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Kim Mantzouratou Kim Mantzoutarou (Greek: ÎšÎąÎĽ ÎśÎ±Î˝Ď„Î¶ÎżĎ…ĎÎ¬Ď„ÎżĎ…) succeeded in winning the Greeceâ€™s Miss Young (Greek: ÎśÎąĎ‚ Î“ÎąÎ±Î˝ÎłÎş) title, at the 2003 Miss Star Hellas pageant. She then went to Johannesburg in South Africa to compete in the Miss Junior Queen of the Universe 2003 contest where she won the titles of Miss Photogenic 2003 and Miss Personality 2003.
Kim Marchant Kim Marchant (previously Tate, nĂ©e Barker) was a fictional character in the popular soap opera Emmerdale. She was a classic soap character and had storylines including having an affair with Neil Kincaid in 1992.
Kim McLagan Kim McLagan, nĂ©e Maryse Elizabeth Patricia (Patsy) Kerrigan, (born Leicester, Leicestershire, United Kingdom, December 30, 1948; died August 2, 2006, Travis County, Texas) was an English fashion model during the 1960s, most notably appearing in the global broadcast of The Beatles' All You Need Is Love from Abbey Road Studios in 1967. She later became an cosmetologist.
Kim Moon-soo Kim Moon-soo (born August, 1951) is a South Korean politician, the current governor of Gyeonggi-do. He is a member of the Grand National Party and has been harshly critical of the Roh Moo-hyun administration's stance on human rights in North Korea; in his third term in the National Assembly he submitted the North Korean Human Rights Bill Enactment on the 60th anniversary of Korean liberation from Japan.
Kim Mullen Kimberly Danielle Mullen (born March 13, 1979 in California and later based in Huber Heights, Ohio) is a former beauty queen who has competed in the Miss USA pageant. She was also the fourth contestant to be voted out of Survivor: Palau.
Kim Myeong-won Kim Myeong-won (1534-1602) was a high official of the Joseon Dynasty, who served King Seonjo during the Seven Year War. Born to a yangban family of the Gyeongju Kim lineage, he was the son of another high-ranking official, Kim Man-gyun.
Kim Nasmyth Professor Kim Nasmyth FRS is the Whitley Professor of Biochemistry (Trinity College, Oxford) and the Head of the Biochemistry Department of the University of Oxford. Professor Nasmyth was formerly the Director of the Research Institute of Molecular Pathology (IMP) in Vienna, Austria.
Kim Newman Kim Newman (born July 31, 1959) is an English journalist, film critic, and fiction writer. Recurring interests visible in his work include film history and horror fiction â€” both of which he attributes to seeing Tod Browning's Dracula at the age of eleven â€” and alternate fictional versions of history.
Kim Ng Kim Ng (; born November 17, 1968; Ng is pronounced as a velar nasal) is a United States baseball executive for the Major League Baseball Los Angeles Dodgers organization. She was the youngest person, and first woman, to present a salary arbitration case in the major leagues when she worked for the Chicago White Sox, regarding the case of Alex Fernandez.
Kim Ok Kim Ok is a North Korean, occasionally regarded (unofficially) as "North Korea's first lady", and has served as Kim Jong-il's personal secretary since the 1980s. She is reported to have started living with Kim Jong-il at some point after the death of Kim's third wife Ko Young-hee.
Kim Okgyun Kim Okgyun (1851-1894) was a reformist (Gaehwa-pa, ę°śí™”íŚŚ) activist during the Joseon Dynasty of Korea. He served under the national civil service under King Gojong, and actively participated to advance Western ideas and sciences in Korea.
Kim Parlee Kim Parlee is an anchor and host at Report on Business Television and co-anchors Stars and Dogs, After Hours and Talking Tax. Since starting with the channel in 2001, she has worked in a number of capacities including anchor, markets editor and technology reporter.
Kim Perrot Sportsmanship Award The Kim Perrot Sportsmanship Award is an annual award is given by the Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA) to the WNBA player who has exhibited the best sportsmanship in the league during the season. Formerly known simply as the WNBA Sportsmanship Award, the distinction was renamed for Houston Comets player Kim Perrot after her death in 1999.
Kim Possible: A Sitch in Time Disney's Kim Possible: A Sitch in Time is the first feature-length animated movie of the Kim Possible series, originally broadcast on November 28, 2003, and released on home video on March 16 of the following year. The Disney Channel Original Movie is about Kim Possible going back and forward in time, in order to save the present.
Kim Possible: Kimmunicator Disney's Kim Possible: Kimmunicator is the fourth video game of the Kim Possible series. After Doctor Drakken kidnaps Wade, Kim needs the player's help to rescue Wade and stop Drakken's plan to build yet another Doomsday Device.
Kim Rae Won Kim Rae Won is a Korean-born actor and model who started his career as a teenager in the television series Me with Ahn Jae Mo. His childhood dream was to become a basketball player but his dream was shattered when he hurt his ankle tendon while on a basketball drill.
Kim Saiki Kim Saiki (born January 24, 1966 in Inglewood, CA) is a Japanese American LPGA golfer who has been on the tour since 1992. She was a college All-America at the University of Southern California and won the 1983 United States Girls Junior Amateur Golf Championship.
Kim Salmon and the Surrealists Kim Salmon and the Surrealists was an Australian indie rock band formed by Kim Salmon in 1987 when he was living in Perth between the final two tours by The Scientists. When the Scientists stopped, Salmon continued the Surrealists as his main band, while also playing in The Beasts Of Bourbon.
Kim Sang-Sik Kim Sang-Sik (born December 17, 1976) is a South Korean football player, who currently plays for the K-League team Ilhwa Chunma. Currently, he plays for the South Korean National Team as a central defender, but he has drawn much blames and criticisms from the Koreans due to several blunders he made during international matches.
Kim Serafin Kim Serafin is an actress and radio talk show host based in Los Angeles. She worked with Rudy Giuliani as a spokesperson and produced his weekly radio show on WABC in New York, and later aided Richard Riordan in both his mayoral administration and gubernatorial campaign.
Kim Spencer Kim Spencer, President of Link Media, has managed non-profit media companies for 20 years and produced more than 50 hours of live TV productions and documentaries. Kim continues this work today managing a national television channel that he founded with a small group of colleagues.
Kim Stanley Robinson Kim Stanley Robinson (born March 23 1952) is an American science fiction writer, probably best known for his award-winning Mars trilogy. He has been widely acclaimed by readers and critics since the beginning of his career, and is considered by many to be one of the finest living writers of science fiction.
Kim Strauss Kim Strauss (born in Chicago, Illinois, USA) is a singer, songwriter, actor, voiceover artist, and Amazon.com Bestselling author with his children's book "Kalan the Mighty Warrior: Book One - Braxus the Owl: Guardian of the Forest.
Kim U-Gil Kim U-Gil (born October 17, 1949) is a former boxer from North Korea who won the silver medal in the light flyweight division (â€“ 48 kg) at the 1972 Summer Olympics in Munich, West Germany. In the final he was deafeted by Hungary's GyĂ¶rgy GedĂł on points (5:0).
Kim Vilfort Kim Vilfort (born November 15, 1962) is a former Danish professional football (soccer) player who is now head talent scout at Danish football club BrĂ¸ndby IF. In his playing career, Kim Vilfort played as a midfielder and he was a part of the Danish national football team which won the 1992 European Championships (Euro 92) tournament, following Vilfort's goal for the 2-0 result in the final game.
Kim Warp Kim Warp is a cartoonist whose work has appeared in Barron's Magazine, Harvard Business Review, The New Yorker, Reader's Digest, and elsewhere. She received the National Cartoonist Society Gag Cartoon Award for 2000.
Kim Warwick Kim Warwick (born April 8, 1952 in Sydney, Australia) is a former Australian pro male tennis player mostly known for his doubles titles with Mark Edmondson and for reaching the final of the singles Australian Open 1980 where he defeated players as John Fitzgerald and defending champion Guillermo Vilas in a hard 5 sets semifinal before losing in the final against american Brian Teacher in straight sets. He won 3 singles titles and 26 doubles including Australian Open 1978 (with Wojtek Fibak) and Australian Open 1980 and 1981, Roland Garros 1986 and also a runner-up in Australian Open 1985 all of them partnering fellow countryman Mark Edmondson.
Kim Weston Kim Weston (born Agatha Natalie Weston, December 20 1939, in Detroit, Michigan) is an African American soul singer, and Motown Records alumna. She was signed to the record label in 1963, scoring a minor hit with "Love Me All the Way (R&B #24, Pop #88).
Kim Wilde Kim Wilde (born Kim Smith, November 18, 1960 in Chiswick, West London) is an English pop singer, professional gardener, and pop cultural figure. She debuted in 1981 with the hit "Kids in America", which was number two in the UK Singles Chart.
Kim Wilkins Kim Wilkins (1970â€”) is an Australian writer of horror fiction based in Brisbane, Queensland. She is the author of several mass-market novels, including her debut novel, The Infernal (1997), which won Aurealis Awards for both horror and fantasy.
Kim Wolfe Kim Wolfe is the Sheriff of Cabell County, West Virginia and has been with the Huntington Police Department for 26 years. In 2006, he was the Republican candidate for West Virginia's 3rd congressional district, losing to incumbent Nick Rahall.
Kim Won-yong Kim Won-yong (1922 - 1993) was a Korean archaeologist and art historian. Considered a giant in the discipline of Korean archaeology and ancient art history, he was one of the first people recognized as an archaeologist in Korea to receive a Doctor of Philosophy degree.
Kim Yale Kim Yale was a writer and editor of comic books for multiple comic book companies, including Marvel, DC, First and Warp Graphics. She was married to fellow comics creator, and frequent collaborator, John Ostrander.
Kim Yates Kim Yates (born June 6, 1969 in Elizabeth, New Jersey), was a show girl for jubilee at Bally's Las Vegas and used to work as a nude model for sculptors. She also appeared in several movies during the late 1990s, mostly in B movies and softcore type shows and movies such as Dangerous Invitation and Erotic Confessions.
Kim Yoo Taek Kim You Taek (born October 10, 1963 in Pochun, Gyeonggi Province, South Korea) is a former South Korean basketball player. Listed at 197cm, Kim You Taek was the big man with guard-like skills and was perfectly capable of playing inside and outside.
Kim You Taek Kim You Taek (Hangul : ęą€ěś íť born October 10, 1963 in Pochun, Gyeonggi Province, South Korea) is a former South Korean basketball player. Listed at 197cm (6 ft 6 in), Kim You Taek was the big man with guard-like skills and was perfectly capable of playing inside and outside.
Kim Young-Chul Kim Young-Chul (born June 30, 1976) is a South Korean footballer player who plays as a defender for Ilhwa Chunma in the K-League and for the South Korean national team. Since moving to Ilhwa Chunma from Konkuk University, he has remained loyal to the Seongnam club, except for spells with Gwangju Sangmu Phoenix and Icheon Sangmu during his mandatory two-year period of military service.
Kim Young-sik Kim Young-sik is a Seoul engraver of Oriental seals who impersonates North Korean leader Kim Jong-il. Ever since his sister-in-law teased the businessman's sagging form as a likeness to the chairman, Kim Young-sik has portrayed Kim Jong-il at every opportunity, in movies, television shows, commercials, and for personal appearances.
Kim Yun-sik Yeongrang Kim Yun-sik (1903-1950) was a Korean writer from Gangjin county, South Jeolla province, in present-day South Korea. He participated in the Korean independence movement as a teenager, was jailed for six months in Daegu, and lived in Japan from 1920-1923.
Kim Zetter Kim Zetter is an American freelance journalist in Oakland, California. She has written on a wide variety of subjects from the Kabbalah to dining out in San Francisco to Israel to cryptography and electronic voting, and her work has been published in newspapers and magazines all over the world, including the Los Angeles Times, San Francisco Chronicle, Jerusalem Post, San Jose Mercury News, Detroit Free Press, and the Sydney Morning Herald.
Kim Zmeskal Kimberly Lyn Zmeskal (Burdette, born February 6, 1976 in Houston, Texas) is an American gymnast and coach. As a young girl, Zmeskal was one of the first to sign up for gymnastics classes under the tutelage of coaching great BĂ©la KĂˇrolyi who had recently bought a run-down gym in her Houston neighbourhood.
Kim-Lian Kim-Lian van der Meij (born October 1 1980, Beverwijk) is Dutch musical actress, presenter and a singer-songwriter. She is famous for her hit single "Teenage Superstar" and for presenting the popular children's program Kids Top 20.
Kimani Maruge Kimani Ng'ang'a Maruge holds the Guinness World Record for being the oldest person to start primary school -- he enrolled first grade in 2004 aged 84. Although he has no papers to prove his age, Maruge believes he was born in 1920].
Kimara Cretak Kimara Cretak was a representative of the Romulan empire for a short time aboard Deep Space Nine. She was accused of treason against the Star empire and imprisoned later in the episode 'Inter Arma Enim Silent Leges'.
Kimaris Kimaris, also known by the alternate names Cimeies, Cimejes and Cimeries, is most widely known as the 66th demon of the third part of the Lemegeton (popularly known as the Ars Goetia). He is described as a goodly warrior riding a black horse, and possesses the abilities of locating lost or hidden treasures, teaching trivium (grammar, logic and rhetoric) and making a man into a warrior of his own likeness.
Kimarite Kimarite (ć±şăľă‚Šć‰‹ Kimari-te) are winning techniques in a sumo bout. For each bout in a Grand Sumo tournament (or ćś¬ĺ ´ć‰€ honbasho), a sumo referee, or gyoji, will decide and announce the type of kimarite used by the winner.
Kimathi Donkor Kimathi Donkor (born 1965 in Bournemouth) is a British artist, art teacher, publisher and human rights campaigner. Donkor studied fine art at Goldsmiths College, London, later becoming associated with Britain's 'Black Art Movement'.
Kimba the White Lion Kimba the White Lion (Japanese: ă‚¸ăŁăłă‚°ă«ĺ¤§ĺ¸ť/Janguru Taitei "Jungle Emperor") is a Japanese animated series from the 1960s, created by Osamu Tezuka, based on his manga of the same title which started in 1950. It was the first color TV animation series created in Japan.
Kimba, South Australia Kimba (, population 800) is a rural service town on the Eyre Highway at the top of Eyre Peninsula in South Australia. There is 7 metre tall statue of a big galah beside the highway marking halfway between the east and west coasts of Australia.
Kimball Camp YMCA Nature Center Kimball Camp YMCA Nature Center, located in Reading, Michigan, is one of a few independent YMCA camps in the nation. Kimball Camp YMCA provides recreational and education activities for youth and adults year-round, including Summer Day Camps and Resident Camps, Conferencing and Retreats, Environmental Education and Teambuilding.
Kimball Medical Center Kimball Medical Center is a hospital located in Lakewood Township, New Jersey that serves parts of northern Ocean County and southern Monmouth County. The hospital is part of the Saint Barnabas Health Care System.
Kimbanguism Kimbanguism is a branch of Christianity founded by Simon Kimbangu in what was then the Belgian Congo (now the Democratic Republic of Congo). The church's name is the Kimbanguist Church (fully Ă‰glise de Jesus Christ sur Terre par le ProphĂ¨te Simon Kimbangu, or The Church of Christ on Earth by the Prophet Simon Kimbangu), and is a large, independent African Initiated Church with an estimated one to three million believers.
Kimbe Kimbe is the capital of the provincial island of West New Britain in Papua New Guinea. It is a port town on the great Kimbe Bay which boasts more than 60 percent of the coral species of the entire Indo-Pacific.
Kimbe Bay Kimbe Bay is a large bay in West New Britain Province, off the northern coast of New Britain, Papua New Guinea, at . Bay is an important nature biodiverse site, 60 percent of the coral species of the entire Indo-Pacific region live here.
Kimbell Art Museum The Kimbell Art Museum is situated in the Cultural District of Fort Worth, Texas, USA. It houses a small but exquisite collection of European, Asian and Pre-Columbian works, as well as hosting travelling art exhibitions.
Kimbembe Mazunga Kimbembe Mazunga is born in Kinshasa on Dec 11th 1956; he is Civil Engineer in Mechanis and has been working at "Office des routes" since 1986; he has been the governor of the city-province of Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo, since November 15, 2005. Originally from the province of Bas-Congo (now Kongo Central as of the 2005 Constitution), he is a member of the People's Party for Reconstruction and Development (PPRD), the party of the DRC's current president, Joseph Kabila.
Kimber Rickabaugh Kimber Rickabaugh of RickMill Productions (founded 1991), along with her partner Paul Miller, co-produced a number of television shows for Comedy Central and other networks. She first produced George Carlin: What Am I Doing In New Jersey?
Kimber Sissons Kimber Sissons was one of the original spudettes in the series of Budweiser beer commercials featuring Spuds MacKenzie in 1987. Since that time she has appeared in various television and movie roles including Empire Records, Baywatch and Erotic Confessions.
Kimberlee Weatherall Kimberlee (Kim) Weatherall is a leading Australian Intellectual Property lawyer, blogger and academic. She studied at Oxford and Yale, then worked for Mallesons Stephen Jaques in Sydney before becoming a lecturer at the Melbourne Law School.
Kimberley Boys' High School Kimberley Boys' High School is a high school located in Kimberley, Northern Cape South Africa. It is over a hundred years old and has loose affiliations with Kimberley Girls' High School and Kimberley Junior School.
Kimberley Park railway station Kimberley Park railway station is a railway station in the village of Kimberley in the English county of Norfolk. The station is served by heritage services operated by the Mid-Norfolk Railway on the line from Dereham to Wymondham Abbey station.
Kimberley Process Certification Scheme The Kimberley Process Certification Scheme (KPCS) is a process designed to certify the origin of diamonds from sources which are free of conflict.The Kimberley Process World Diamond Council Website - Diamondfacts.
Kimberley region of Western Australia The Kimberley is one of the nine regions of Western Australia, consisting of the local government areas of Broome, Derby-West Kimberley, Halls Creek and Wyndham-East Kimberley. It is located in the northern part of Western Australia, bordered on the west by the Indian Ocean, on the north by the Timor Sea, on the south by the Great Sandy and Tanami Deserts, and on the east by the Northern Territory.
Kimberley Simms Kimberley Simms (born July 27, 1963 in Toledo, Ohio) is an American actress, best known for her role as "Mindy Lewis" on Guiding Light. Replacing actress Krista Tesreau in the role, Simms played the role from July 1989 until her departure in 1992.
Kimberley Stadium Kimberley Stadium will be a new world-class stadium to be built in the diamond city of Kimberley, South Africa in 2007 for the Football World Cup 2010. It will entirely replace a venue used for football and athletics and will become a symbol of pride for the often deprived communities of the Northern Cape.
Kimberley Starr Kimberley Starr (born 1970 in Morgantown, West Virginia) is a novelist who moved to Australia as a young child. She began her education at the Armidale Demonstration School, moving on to Garran Primary School, and Padua Catholic High School, ACT (now MacKillop Catholic College), before completing her secondary education at Loreto Normanhurst.
Kimberley Street Kimberley Street () is a street in Tsim Sha Tsui of Hong Kong. Located between Observatory Road and Carnarvon Road, the street is famous for some Korean cuisine restaurants and grocery stores, especially after the advent of Korean Wave (éź“ćµ) in Hong Kong, which make the street nicknamed the mini Koreatown (ĺ°Źéź“ĺś‹).
Kimberlin Brown Kimberlin Brown (born June 29, 1961 in Hayward, California) is an Emmy Award-nominated American actress, best known for her role as the vengeful Sheila Carter on The Young and the Restless and The Bold and the Beautiful. She started on Y&R in 1990 and moved to B&B in 1992 playing the same character on both soaps.
Kimberly Ann Moore Kimberly Ann Moore (nĂ©e Pace; born 1968 in Baltimore, Maryland) is a American federal judge on the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit who was confirmed on September 5, 2006. She is the second judge appointed by President George W.
Kimberly Devine Transsexual entertainer Kimberly Devine was born in Louisiana in July, 1975. She felt restrained by her fatherâ€™s position (a locomotive engineer), her motherâ€™s businesses (childcare centers), and her uncleâ€™s political position (mayor of her hometown) from indulging her identification with the female sex, which she felt from her earliest childhood.
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Kimberly Dozier Kimberly Dozier (born July 6, 1966 in Honolulu, Hawaii, United States) is a reporter and correspondent for CBS News, who holds both American and British citizenship. She was stationed in Baghdad as the chief reporter in Iraq for CBS News for nearly three years prior to being critically wounded on May 29, 2006.
Kimberly Guilfoyle Kimberly Ann Guilfoyle (born March 8 1969) is the ex-wife of San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom and a cable news personality. She is currently the anchor of The Lineup, a weekend crime show that airs on Fox News Channel, and was previously an anchor at Court TV and a legal analyst/commentator for CNN and ABC.
Kimberly Hampton Captain Kimberly Nicole Hampton (August 18, 1976 in Greenville, South Carolina â€“ January 2, 2004 in Fallujah, Iraq) was a graduate of Easley High School and Presbyterian College. Her home was in Easley, South Carolina, where she grew up.
Kimberly Hart Kimberly Ann Hart (commonly referred to as just Kimberly or Kim in the series) is a fictional character in the Power Rangers universe. She was the Pink Ranger on the television series Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, and was played by actress Amy Jo Johnson (teen/young adult) and Maxxe Sternbaum (young girl).
Kimberly Kevon Williams Kimberly Kevon Williams (born October 8, 1985 in California) is an American actress who is perhaps best known for her recurring role as Shayne Thomas in the HBO series The Comeback. Her television credits include Phil of the Future, Just for Kicks, Boston Public, CSI: Miami and a few others.
Kimberly Mason Kimberly Mason (born 19 September, 1989 in Manly, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia) is Australia's current premier Rhythmic Gymnast (as of Commonwealth Games, 2006). She started rhythmic gymnastics in 1996 originally at PLC Sydney New South Wales, under head coach Nicole Higham, herself an ex rhythmic gymnast.
Kimberly McCullough Kimberly McCullough (born March 5, 1978 in Bellflower, California, USA) is an Emmy Award-winning actress. She starred as Robin Scorpio on the soap opera General Hospital from 1985 to 1996 and from 1997 to 1998, and returned to the role in 2000 and 2004, and returned again October 12, 2005.
Kimberly Osorio Kimberly Osorio (age 32, born in Bronx, New York City) filed a lawsuit against The Source magazine alleging; sexual harassment, gender discrimination, defamation, retalitory discharge and maintaining a hostile work environment. Osorio began working at The Source magazine in 2000 and was later promoted in 2003 to the position of editor-in-chief, the first female EIC in the history of the publication.
Kimberly Po Kimberly Po-Messerli (born October 20 1971, in Los Angeles, California) is a former professional tennis player from the United States. During her career, she won the mixed doubles title at Wimbledon in 2000 (partnering Donald Johnson).
Kimberly Quinn Kimberly Quinn (born 1961 as Kimberly Solomon, also formerly known as Kimberly Fortier) is an American journalist, commentator, and magazine publisher. Latterly the publisher of British conservative news magazine The Spectator, the controversy surrounding her affair with British Labour Home Secretary David Blunkett led to his December 2004 resignation.
Kimberly Rogers Kimberly Rogers (c. 1961 â€” August 9, 2001) was a Canadian woman, whose death in 2001 while under house arrest for welfare fraud caused extensive controversy around Ontario Works, the Ontario government's welfare system, leading to an inquest which recommended significant changes to the system.
Kimberly Severson Kimberly ("Kim") Severson (born August 22, 1973 in Tucson, Arizona) is an international event rider, who began riding at a young age. She took several years of dressage lessons before training in eventing, and began with a background in Pony Club.
Kimberly Spreen Kimberly Kay Spreen (born 3 May 1973, Baltimore, Maryland) is the National Group Fitness Director for Lifetime Fitness. She also travels the country as a National Presenter, Motivational speaker, SPRI Elite Fitness Pro, GRAVITY Trainer
Kimberly Williams Kimberly Williams-Paisley (born September 14,1971 in Rye, New York) is an American actress. She is known for her role as Annie Banks in Father of the Bride (1991) and Father of the Bride Part II (1995), with Steve Martin and Diane Keaton.
Kimberly Willis Holt Kimberly Willis Holt (born 1960) is an American chidren's book writer, most famous for writing When Zachary Beaver Came to Town, which won the National Book Award. That book was made into a film of the same name.
Kimberly-Clark Hi-Q Hi-Q is the oldest academic quiz competition in the United States, begun in 1948 in Delaware County, Pennsylvania. It presently takes place as an intracounty competition in four different states (Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Washington, and Alabama).
Kimberwicke The Kimberwicke or kimblewicke is a type of bit with a mouthpiece and D-shaped rings on either side. The "D" ring is offset, so the mouthpiece is on the upper part of the flat side of the D, and the kimberwicke uses a curb chain.
Kimbles The Kimbles are a group of English villages to the south of Aylesbury in the county of Buckinghamshire, sitting at the foot of the Chiltern Hills. The three villages are called Great Kimble, Little Kimble and Kimble Wick.
Kimbolton School Kimbolton School is a independent school in the village of Kimbolton, in rural Cambridgeshire. The main school is based in the grounds of Kimbolton Castle, and a preparatory school is based at the other end of the village.
Kimbolton, Cambridgeshire Kimbolton is a large village in Cambridgeshire, England. It is approximately 7Â miles east of Higham Ferrers, 7Â miles west of St Neots and 24Â miles west of Cambridge, 14 miles north of Bedford and 31Â miles south of Peterborough.
Kimbolton, New Zealand Kimbolton is a rural village north of Feilding in the Manawatu District of the North Island of New Zealand. Kimbolton is named after Kimbolton, Cambridgeshire, a village in England which is the site of Kimbolton Castle, once the home of the Duke of Manchester.
Kime bag A kime bag is a small, tough, conditioning bag for all martial arts, especially kung fu. The 6 1/2 inch (165 mm) bag swings freely from a heavy-duty chain to help improve hand-eye coordination, while strengthening and toughening the user's fingers, hands, forearms, and elbows.
Kime-no-kata Kime no kata is a self-defense oriented series of katas in judo. Kime no kata, also known as Shinken Shobu no Kata (approximate translation is Fight Until Death Combat Forms), was developed at the Kodokan around 1888.
Kimek Kmek or Kimak is one of the Turkic tribes known from Arab and Persian Middle Age geographers and writers as being one of the seven tribes in the Kimak Kaganate in the period of 743-1050 AD. The other six constituent tribes per Abu Said Gardizi (d.
Kimek Khanate The Kimek Khanate, also spelled KimĂ¤k Khanate and Kimak Kaganate was a prominent medieval Turkic state formed by the Kimek and Kipchak people in the area of Ob-Irtysh interfluvial, and existing as Kimak Kaganate during approximately 743-1050 AD and as Kimak Khanate until the Mongol conquest. Arab and Persian geographers, travelers and historians provide abundance of information about KimaksFaizrakhmanov G.
Kimeramon Kimeramon (Chimeramon in Japan) is a fictional character in the Digimon series. He is a Synthetic Digimon created from a mishmash of several different Digimon's physical characteristics (hence the prefix "Chimera ") and parts.
Kimeru Kimeru (most often written either in Romaji (Kimeru) or with Katakana (ă‚ăˇă«), but has been written as ăŤă‚ă‚‹ (Hiragana) and (ć±ş) (Kanji)), is a J-pop musician most famous for his work with The Prince of Tennis. Born June 17, 1980 in Kumamoto-ken in Japan, after graduating from high school, he originally became a mailman, but later decided to pursue a career as a singer.
Kimchi bokkeumbap Kimchi bokkeumbap is a popular Korean dish, made with kimchi and rice among other ingredients such as fried egg, ham, seaweed, and vegetables as their own taste. Its name literally translates as "stir-fried rice made with kimchi.