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K 92

the moniker of at least three radio stations in the U.SSource: Wikipedia

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K A SOMAN

K.A.Soman (born in 1953), popularly known as Somji in Art circle, is one of the renowned artists of KeralaSource: Wikipedia

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K Automotive Racing

an auto racing team that competes in the ARCA RE/MAX Series and the NASCAR Nationwide SeriesSource: Wikipedia

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K B High School

a high school in Mymensingh, BangladeshSource: Wikipedia

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K band

The designation "K-band" stems from the German word "kurz" meaning shortSource: Wikipedia

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K Brosas

known widely as K Brosas, is a famous singer and actress in the Philippines known for singing jazz blues musicSource: Wikipedia

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K bullet

Also: Patrone SmK 7.92x57 mm Mauser The K bullet is a 7.92x57 mm Mauser caliber armor-piercing bullet which has a tool steel core and which was designed to be fired from a standard Mauser rifleSource: Wikipedia

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K C Jena

Prior to his appointment as Chairman, Indian Railway Board, Mr. Jena was Member (Staff) of Indian Railway BoardSource: Wikipedia

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K C Rastogi

from 09-10-90 to 12-31-91Source: Wikipedia

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K Callan

an American actress known for playing Clark Kent's mother Martha in the ABC television series Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of SupermanSource: Wikipedia

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K Carinae

(K Car) is a star in the constellation CarinaSource: Wikipedia

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K Centauri

(K Cen) is a star in the constellation CentaurusSource: Wikipedia

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K Cera Cera

a presentation of The Red Army Choir by the K Foundation (Bill Drummond and Jimmy Cauty), was released as a limited edition single in Israel and Palestine in November 1993Source: Wikipedia

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K class

in the fictional Star Trek planet classificationsSource: Wikipedia

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K class blimp

During the life of the K-Class airship the US Navy used three different designation systemsSource: Wikipedia

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K class ferry

The "K-Class" ferries are an informally named group of similarly designed inter-island ferries operated by BC FerriesSource: Wikipedia

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K class submarine

The K class were the largest submarines built for the Soviet Navy in the World War II eraSource: Wikipedia

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K Club

The Palmer Course, also known as the North Course or Old CourseSource: Wikipedia

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K correction

a correction to an astronomical object's magnitude (or equivalently, its flux) that allows a measurement of a quantity of light from an object at a redshift z to be converted to an equivalent measurement in the rest frame of the objectSource: Wikipedia

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K Dub Shine

a Japanese hip hop artist and rapperSource: Wikipedia

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K factor

(tennis racquet), a line of rackets by Wilson Sporting GoodsSource: Wikipedia

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K Fest

an annual event (since 1994) hosted by WSPK, a Top-40 radio station in New YorkSource: Wikipedia

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K FM Radio

a radio station broadcasting from Karangahape Road in Auckland, New ZealandSource: Wikipedia

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K For Kishore

an Indian television popular singing contest that aired on Sony TV, from December 21, 2007 to May 4, 2008, with a four hour grand finaleSource: Wikipedia

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K Foundation

an art foundation set up by Bill Drummond and Jimmy Cauty (The KLF) in 1993, following their 'retirement' from the music industrySource: Wikipedia

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K Foundation art award

The 1994 K Foundation award was an award given by the K Foundation to the "worst artist of the year"Source: Wikipedia

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K Foundation Burn a Million Quid

On September 17, 1997, a new film, This Brick, was premieredSource: Wikipedia

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K G Ginde

Pandit K G Ginde was a vaggeyakar : Hindustani singer, teacher, composer, and scholarSource: Wikipedia

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K G Suresh

Suresh is considered an authority in right wing politics with his over decade long experience in covering the Hindu nationalist BJP and its right wing Sangh Parivar organizationsSource: Wikipedia

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K Ingleside

a Muni Metro line in San Francisco, California mainly serving the West Portal and Ingleside neighborhoodsSource: Wikipedia

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K is for Killing

The novel begins in 1940. Nazi Germany is at war with Great Britain, but the conflict has yet to spread beyond Europe. President Charles Lindbergh has declared the United States (now called the New American Republic) officially neutralSource: Wikipedia

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K Line

the tenth largest container transportation and shipping company in the worldSource: Wikipedia

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K M George

founded the political party Kerala Congress in Kerala, IndiaSource: Wikipedia

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K M Shafiullah

Major General K M Shafiullah (Bir Uttam) was the Second in Command of Second East Bengal Regiment that revolted with 6 officer on the night of March 25, 1971Source: Wikipedia

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K N Chandrasekharan Pillai

Present Positions held by Pr K N Chandrasekaran Pillai are the Director of the Indian Law Institute, Part time Member of the Law Commission of India, Member of the syndicate of Cochin University of Science and Techniology represnting the University GSource: Wikipedia

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K One

a Taiwanese boy bandSource: Wikipedia

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K Panzerkampfwagen

The Gro├čkampfwagen or "K-Wagen" was a German super-heavy tank, two prototypes of which were almost completed by the end of World War ISource: Wikipedia

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K Puppis

Pup / k PuppisSource: Wikipedia

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K r buxey

an English photographer and video artistSource: Wikipedia

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K Records

an independent record label in Olympia, Washington, co-founded, owned, and operated by Calvin Johnson, formerly of the bands Cool Rays, Beat Happening, The Go Team, The Halo Benders and presently in the band Dub Narcotic Sound SystemSource: Wikipedia

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K S Hegde Medical Academy

commonly referred to as KSHEMA, is a medical college located in Deralakatte, near the city of MangalooruSource: Wikipedia

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K S R Swamy

an Indian director and cinematographer in TollywoodSource: Wikipedia

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K Scene Magazine

a bi-weekly English-language arts and entertainment magazine based in Seoul, South KoreaSource: Wikipedia

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K Street

can refer toSource: Wikipedia

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K Street

Each episode was largely improvised, usually focused around the major political news of the weekSource: Wikipedia

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K Street

a major thoroughfare in the United States capital of Washington, D.C. known for the numerous think tanks, lobbyists, and advocacy groups that exercise influence from its locationSource: Wikipedia

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K Street Project

an effort by the Republican Party (GOP) to pressure Washington lobbying firms to hire Republicans in top positions, and to reward loyal GOP lobbyists with access to influential officialsSource: Wikipedia

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K Studios

an entertainment multimedia production company founded in 1993 by Sean Tiedeman & Scott KryciaSource: Wikipedia

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