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KIKiribati (ISO country code, top level domain)
KIPotassium Iodide
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KIKarolinska Institutet
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KIKünstliche Intelligenz (German: Artificial Intelligence)
KIKiller Instinct
KIKey Informant (data collection)
KIKibi (kilobinary, 2^10)
KIKing's Island (amusement park, Cincinnati, Ohio)
KIKoito Industries (Japan)
KIKeithley Instruments, Inc. (Solon, OH)
KIKiwanis International
KIKunstmatige Intelligentie
KIKnown Issue
KIKing Island (Tasmania, Australia)
KIKnowledge Information
KIKinsey Institute
KIKodiak Island (Alaska)
KIKey Indicator (encryption seed used in GSM/PCN and derivative systems call setup)
KIreceptor affinity (pchemistry)
KIKing's Indian (chess)
KIKunstmatige Inseminatie
KIKurchatov Institute (Russia)
KIKeane, Inc.
KIKennedy Information
KIKlaksvíkar Ítróttarfelag (Klaksvík, Faroe Islands soccer club)
KIKaizen Institute (Mauritius)
KIKøbenhavns Idrætsanlæg
KIKingdom Interlinear (Jehovah's Witnesses)
KIKnee Immobilizer
KIKinetic Interceptor
KIKinderberg International
KIKinetic Inhibitor (chemistry)
KIKonami Industry Co., Ltd.
KIKasse Initiatives
KIKlean Industries Inc (Vancouver, BC, Canada)
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Approximately 40,000 km of trackline were surveyed in the Gulf of Alaska during January through October, with fairly intensive surveys occurring south of the Alaska Peninsula and extending from Kodiak Island west to the Aleutian Islands.
From Kodiak, we flew to a bay on the west side of Kodiak Island, where we met transporter Stan Duncan on his 40-foot fishing boat.
Alaska's Kodiak Island, just below Cook Inlet, supports the largest land-based carnivores in the world.
Miller (history, College of the Holy Cross, Worcester, Massachusetts) describes the new society that was created on Alaska's Kodiak Island during the 18th century as Russian settlers serving the fur trade and Russian imperial expansion, married and raised families with the indigenous Alutiiq.
For me, it required a flight from California to Anchorage, a connection to Kodiak Island, and finally a 30-minute hop to our final destination.
In the western Gulf of Alaska, the Kodiak Island vicinity may be particularly well suited as a pollock nursery because of a prey-rich nearshore environment.
Excavations from 1963 on Kodiak Island, Alaska represent an early regional phase of the Kachemak tradition called "Early Kachemak" and a local phase called "Old Kiavak." Information remains insufficient to fully outline this phase of the third and fourth millennium B.P.
There are 193 miles of terrain between Robert and Denise May, who live in the village of Port Lions on Kodiak Island, and Charlotte Nicolet and son Nick Koerber, who reside in Seward--but the two families have much in common.