KAYO


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Idioms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
AcronymDefinition
KAYOKurdish American Youth Organization
References in periodicals archive ?
The collaboration is intended to allow Kayo USA to have the assurance that all dealer websites through Dealer Spike meet brand standards and are up to date with the latest software and platform requirements.
The puerile antics and the pottymouthed exchanges won't be to everyone's taste but at its heart it's the extremely relatable story of two lads, Joshua (Kayo) and Ricky (Theo Barklem-Biggs), who've grown up together and are now trying to find their way in life and love.
P mapupunta pa kayo doon sa mga kay Belo nagpaganda.
Kayo said: "It's wonderful to receive an award in the name of Dylan Thomas, whose work was introduced to me by a really inspirational teacher by the name of Rachel Baroni, who introduced me to Under Milk Wood and I've been fascinated by his work since then.
Curiale said the Insurance Department first discovered monies missing from Kayo's premium account after a 1987 audit.
“As a first generation Afro-Caribbean born in America, the concept of manhood was defined by the amount of children that we could 'breed' and not in the quality of time spent with them,” Kayo said.
Soon Kayo's school announces an opportunity for the children to play at Lords in London.
Do you have a certain audience in mind for Kayo Dot?
Kayo's elder sister told the police she talked with her sister over the phone at around 10 p.m.
Kayo's first book of poetry emerges from the spoken word movement and moves beyond.
After moving to the Johnston yard, Kayo showed plenty of promise at York in early October, since when he has been shrewdly placed to land three decent handicaps in the space of six days.
But that situation changed this summer when Kayo Cards Ltd.