KAPI


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KAPIKansas Association of Private Investigators
KAPIKids Act Philippines Inc.
KAPIKabalikat Sa Pamamahayag International (Christian community)
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At CES, it won an Honorable Mention for Best Children's App during the KAPi awards.
"Bir Tasit Kayar Kapi Mekanizmasinda Ayarlanabilir Kapi Durdurucu", 7th Automotive Technologies Congress, Bursa, Turkey.
Kapi found it strange when the man does not return for a very long time.
Organisers of the protest had invited people to come to Lielie Kapi Cemetery to remember the prominent people buried there and to "protest the Riga City Council's project to construct the tram line through Lielie Kapi to the Skanste neighbourhood, which is against public interest."
Kapi pa pita kantando uye shimpe a liri vanyakulyendi, vawina navo a va dohoroka muruku rwa mwaka umwe mumwedi wa Nkurupemba mwaka wa 2004.
Kefi has been awarded a "Mining License" valid for a renewable period of 20 years, along with all major permits for the development and operation of the Tulu Kapi mine.
Ajman will be without their top striker and captain, Boris Kapi, who is serving a one-match suspension for collecting three yellow cards.
Boris Kapi scored both goals for the home team, while Edgar levelled twice for the visitors, the second coming in the third minute of injury time.
The South Indian 'Kapi' (coffee) with a dal vada or aloo bonda in the cultural hub of Mylapore, makes for the perfect sundowner to a shopping day in Chennai.
The decision was subsequently announced by Union HRD minister Kapi Sibal.
Picture: (Left to right) Istvan Olivier, Penda Hangala, vice president of NBF, Jo-Ann Manuel, deputy director of marginalised people and women in sports at the Ministry of Youth, National Service, Sport and Culture, Lito Carballo, chairperson of 3 X 3 International Basketball Tournament, Kapi Uakazapi, basketball player, Nora Ndopu of Bank Windhoek and Reginald Sisande, basketball player.
Nyota's flagship project is Tulu Kapi, 500 km (310 miles) west of capital Addis Ababa, not far from what is purported to be the site of the fabled King Solomon's mines.