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KPLKirkwood Public Library (Missouri)
KPLKids Programming Language (2005-2008)
KPLKhaosan Pathet Lao (News Agency, Laos)
KPLKorporaal (Dutch)
KPLKappa Phi Lambda (sorority)
KPLKorporal (German)
KPLKörber Paperlink GmbH (Hamburg, Germany)
KPLKDDI Pacific Link (cable ship; Japan)
KPLKent Public Library (Carmel, NY)
KPLKansas Power & Light
KPLKerry Properties Limited
KPLKnowledge Proficiency Level (US Navy)
KPLKunzang Palchen Ling (Tibetan Buddhist center; Red Hook, NY)
KPLKit Parts List
KPLKobe Paints, Ltd. (Japan)
KPLKriminal Polis Laboratuarlari (Police Forensic Laboratories of Turkey)
KPLKingsville Public Library (Ohio)
KPLKey Project List
KPLKilometer(s) Per Liter (fuel consumption)
KPLKiddie Play Land
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(15.) Brantingham J, Globe G, Pollard H, Hicks M, Korporaal C, Hoskins W.
(15) Glenda Korporaal, 'The Man Who Must Sell The Liberals', Australian Financial Review, 26 May 1993, 14.
He said: "As soon as the aircraft lands at Eindhoven Airport, the victims will be transported to the Korporaal van Oudheusden barracks in Hilversum, and once a positive identification has been made, the immediate next step will be to inform the next of kin.
The foremost body in the first years of the Australian internet, Australia's National Research and Education Network (AARNET), commissioned business journalist Glenda Korporaal to write AARNET: 20 Years of the Internet in Australia (Korporaal, 2009).
Korporaal, 'Miners Welcome ACTU Uranium Policy', Australian Financial Re-view, 13 February 1978, p.
I jump to my feet and stand stiff as the sarmajoor and the Korporaal come in.
(11.) Brantingham JW, Globe G, Pollard H, Hicks M, Korporaal C, Hoskins W.
Not so the Australian and British Teams, who have refused to be stifled and insist on the rights to free speech (Korporaal 2008).
Mexico's "only hope" lies in independent artists, such as Adolfo Garnica and Giovanni Korporaal, who in the tradition of Luis Bunuel work on the margins tackling serious national interests in innovative approaches and counteract the dependency that modernizationism and industrial development impose (32).
(7) Nicholas Roeg, Walkabout DVD commentary and Glenda Korporaal, 'Roeg retraces his footsteps', The Sydney Morning Herald, 31 March, 1998, p.12.