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KKing (playing cards, chess)
KBlack (in CMYK color space)
KKindergarten (as in K-12)
KKelvin (thermodynamic temperature scale)
KKosher (symbol on food labels)
KKilo- (thousand)
KKalium (Potassium)
KOK/Okay
KSpecial K (cereal)
KOver (logging abbreviation)
KQue (Spanish)
KKnowledge
KContract
KKiller (type of white blood cell)
KOkay
KCapital (economics)
KK-Mart (store)
KCarrying Capacity (population studies)
KKerry (Irish car registration)
KCologne (auto license plate)
KKey Generator
KKnot
KKirby
KEastern Ontario (postal code designation, Canada)
KKompressor (band)
KKappa (receptor)
KKicker (football)
KKarat
KConductivity
KCurvature
KLysine (amino acid)
KPermeability (physics)
KCathode (electronics)
KKetamine (animal tranquilizer/disassociative)
KKilobyte
KStrikeout
KKorpus (Russian, building; used in postal addresses)
KKnit Stitch
KKerrang! (British Magazine and TV Channel)
KPhylloquinone (vitamin)
KK Language (Unix-Based programming language)
KKell Blood Group
KKey/Black (printing ink in CMYK model)
KBoltzman Constant
KCoefficient of Thermal Conductivity
KKilohm (unit of electrical resistance; also seen as Kiloohm)
KKiloohm (resistor; electronics schematics)
KLudwig von Köchel (publisher of catalog of the works of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart)
KKlebsiella Pneumoniae Serotype
KFederal Reserve Bank of Dallas, Texas (designates original point of circulation of a dollar bill)
KKeratometric Reading (contact lens fitting term)
KKellogg's Corp (stock symbol)
KConfidential Cryptographic (TMINS)
KUS Offices in China Stamp (Scott Catalogue prefix; philately)
KTanker Aircraft Designation (US military, as in KC-10)
KWreck Less Than $50 Damage (Alabama Public Safety radio code)
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according to the curvature of the earth this is not possible, as there ought to be 595 feet of curve in the way.
In the context of differential geometry, curvature is a critical attribute to describe the shape of a surface [19].
2 March 2017 - US-based middle market private equity firm Quad-C Management, Inc has sold IT services company Curvature LLC, the firm said.
In this note we modify the definition of a Rota-Baxter system by including a curvature term and then derive the conditions that the curvature has to satisfy in order to yield a pre-Lie, associative or curved differential graded algebra structures.
Our search in the literature reveals that no study has been achieved concerning the effect of the baffle curvature.
1) Many modern day topography systems continue to use the technique of Placido disc projection to measure corneal curvature, with information captured using specialised video systems.
One Riemann path or space highway with constant curvature is known, and that is the Riemann path of the earth.
As it is very much clear that the great burden of refractive errors on the society, their complications and dependence of the mode of treatment upon various ocular biometers such as corneal shape, so knowing in detail the association of refractive error with corneal curvature of eye, if found any, would be quite interesting as well as very useful because it will open a number of gates in future for study on this important topic.
Alongside an optimised curvature design, ultra-wide quad high definition (Ultra-WQHD) resolution and a superior contrast ratio, the new 34-inch curved monitor SE790C offers enhanced productivity and entertainment functionality within a sophisticated and ergonomic design, said a statement from Samsung.
Mettauer was one of the first physicians in 1842 to identify and highlight the importance of adequate degloving to correct ventral curvature (VC) caused by skin tethering.
When Reis set out to investigate the natural curvature in flexible rods, he wasn't thinking of hair, but as he studied several small flexible, curved segments of tubing suspended from a structure in his lab, he realized they weren't so different from strands of curly hair hanging on a head.