KOD

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KODKing of Darkness (Tech N9ne album)
KODKill Our Demons (J. Cole album)
KODKingdom of Drakkar
KODKill or Die (gaming clan)
KODKiss of Death (technical Internet vulnerability through fragmented IGMP)
KODKing Overdose (J. Cole song)
KODKiss of the Dragon (Jet Li movie)
KODKaraoke On Demand (Jukebox)
KODKing of Diamonds
KODKnife of Dreams (book)
KODKenkyusha Online Dictionary (website; Japan)
KODKnights of Darkness (gaming)
KODKings of Destruction (gaming)
KODKnock Out Drum (gas and oil plants)
KODKnight of the Order of Dannebrog (Denmark)
KODKillers of Dawn (gaming clan)
KODKeep Out, Danger
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Figure 3 shows a Screenshot for Episode 1, The King of Diamonds multimedia video.
Our source confirms the night, which will be popping up in high end venues across the UK, is a joint venture between Ashley, Soul Unique (music producer/DJ for Nelly, August Alsina and Nelly Furtado) and Matthew Walsh (CEO of men's clothing brand King Of Diamonds).
The special event for the 'King of Diamonds' trophy was won by skipper Stuart Robson.
NEWCASTLE Diamonds fans' minds were on Wolverhampton last night as the new "King of Diamonds" Danny King contested the British Final - but despite being tipped for success his plans took a disastrous turn, writes LAWRENCE HEPPELL.
Her fun day off included a visit to the King of Diamonds Gentlemen's Club in Miami, where she threw dollar bills on the floor as she partied.
KING OF DIAMONDS: Elvis impersonator Dave Dixon, from Wyken, Coventry, will be appearing at The Walsgrave pub on August 28, to help raise money for the Multiple Sclerosis Society.
Bergren folded his big blind and the flop came an ace of diamonds, king of diamonds and five of hearts.
Supreme champion in the Welsh Pony and Cob section went to a Section D stallion, Budore King of Diamonds, by Mr D Jones, Bryn Hedydd, Lloc, Holy-well.
Let's say you're holding the Queen and Jack of spades and the flop shows the King of diamonds, 10 of hearts and seven of clubs.
When the store obtained some of the French crown jewels in 1887, Tiffany's fame spread far and wide, prompting the press to christen Charles Tiffany 'the king of diamonds'.
In the hope that King of Diamonds is less exposed and in the knowledge that he has been working well at home he is taken to do the business.
One declarer took the view that had West held the king of diamonds he would certainly cover on the second round.