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Kiniviliame Radaveta Kiniviliame Radaveta (born 17 March 1975 in Naitasiri, Fiji) is a Fijian rugby union footballer, who has played at flanker, centre, and hooker. He has been capped once for Fiji in a match against neighbours Tonga.
Kinji Imanishi Kinji Imanishi (ä»ŠčĄżéŚ¦ĺŹ¸) (January 6 1902 - June 15 1992) was a Japanese ecologist and anthropologist. He was the founder of Kyoto University's Primate Research Institute, and together with Junichiro Itani is considered the founder of Japanese primatology.
Kink (Electronic Musician) Originally from Toronto, Canada and classically trained in music since the age of 8, Paul Mendes (aka Kink) has been musically creative for almost 15 years. With over 10 years experience in electronic music starting in 1993 with his debut release "Freelance Phukup", Kink has worked on various production projects including self producing 5 dance music albums, remixing for a variety of artists across the globe, working on sound design projects and movie scores and rocking dancefloors worldwide.
Kink Aware Professionals Kink Aware Professionals (KAP) is a privately funded, non-profit service dedicated to providing the community with referrals to psychotherapeutic, medical, and legal professionals who are knowledgeable about and sensitive to diverse expressions of sexuality: BDSM, fetish, and the leather community.
Kinkeshi Kinkeshi (ă‚ăłć¶ă—, lit. "KinnikuEraser") is a popular and extended collectible monochromatic keshi line based on the Kinnikuman (ă‚ăłč‚‰ăžăł) anime and manga franchise, the primary motif of which is professional wrestling, that has existed since 1979, as well as the name of the main character, a wrestler.
Kinki University , or , is a private non-sectarian and coeducational university located in Higashiosaka, Osaka, Japan and in five other locations: Nara City; Osakasayama, Osaka; Uchita, Wakayama; Higashihiroshima, Hiroshima; and Iizuka, Fukuoka.
Kinkotsuman Kinkotsuman (ă‚ăłéŞ¨ăžăł, Bone-and-tendon Man), known as Skullduggery in America and real name Sharekoube (ă‚·ăŁă¬ă‚łă‚¦ă™), was a character in Yudetamago's manga/anime series Kinnikuman. He was Kinnikuman's arch nemesis in the early chapters.
Kinky Boots (song) "Kinky Boots" is a song released by Patrick Macnee and Honor Blackman, stars of the 1960s television series The Avengers, based on their characters in the program. The song stayed on the British single charts for a significant time in 1990, mainly due to the promotion of DJ Simon Mayo.
Kinlaza Kinlaza is the name of one of the two branches into which the Kongo royal family divided during the succession crisis that developed following the death of King Antonio I at the Battle of Mbwila in 1665. Its rival other branch was called Kimpanzu.
Kinlet Kinlet, parish of Shropshire and in the district of Bridgenorth. Most of the land within Kinlet, including Kinlet Church and Kinlet Hall are the inheritance of the Childe family, dating back to the Doomsday Records Book.
Kinley Kinley is a brand of still or carbonated water owned by The Coca-Cola Company and sold in many Central European countries and India. Its carbonated forms are used for mixers, and also available in a variety of fruit flavors.
Kinloch Castle Kinloch Castle, located in the Isle of Rum, was built as a private residence for Sir George Bullough, a textile tycoon from Lancashire whose father bought the Isle as his summer residence. construction began in 1898, and was finished in 1901.
Kinloch Rannoch Kinloch Rannoch (Gaelic: Ceann Loch Raineach) is a village in Perth and Kinross, Scotland, which lies at the eastern end of Loch Rannoch, 18 miles (29 km) west of Pitlochry, and sits on the banks of the River Tummel.
Kinlochaline Castle Kinlochaline Castle is a 12th century Scottish fortress in Morvern, Lochaber, Highland. It is also known as Caisteal an Ime (Scottish Gaelic: Castle of Butter) because a Lady of Clan MacInnes, Dubh Chal (Lady of the Black Veil), is said to have paid the builder with butter equal to the volume of the castle.
Kinlochbervie High School Kinlochbervie High School is located in Kinlochbervie, in the county of Sutherland in the northwest of Scotland. Opened in 1995, it is attended by around 90 pupils from a catchment area that extends from Scourie to Durness.
Kinlochleven Kinlochleven ( Ceann Loch LĂ¬obhann in Gaelic ) is a village in Lochaber, Highland, Scotland and lies at the eastern end of Loch Leven, a sea loch cutting into the western Scottish Highlands. To the north lies the Mamores ridge; to the south lie the mountains flanking Glen Coe.
Kinlochshiel Kinlochshiel Shinty Club is a shinty club based in Balmacara, near Kyle of Lochalash, Lochalsh, Scotland. The club has two sides, a senior team which plays in North Division One and a reserve team in North Division Three.
Kinma Primary and Preschool Kinma is an alternative and progressive school in Sydney where children from zero to twelve years enjoy learning in a stimulating environment. Established in 1972 as a non-profit, non-denominational, co-educational, Primary and Preschool, Kinma is managed by parents and teachers.
Kinman Guitar Electrix Kinman Guitar Electrix is a small boutique Australian company that specializes in the design and manufacture of hi-tech innovative NoNoise pickups that solve noise problems as well as a line of No Soldering harness for electric guitar. One of its most acclaimed products is the Kinman Hx pickup, a patented noiseless pickup design developed in 1996 by its inventor, Chris Kinman, as a direct drop-in replacement for Fender Stratocaster style single coil pickups.
Kinmen Kinmen (; POJ: Kim-mnĚ‚g; also romanized Quemoy from Southern Min (in early Spanish romanization); literally "Golden Door" or "Golden Gate"), located at , is a small archipelago of several islands administered by the Republic of China (ROC) government on Taiwan: Greater Quemoy (ĺ¤§é‡‘é–€), Lesser Quemoy (ĺ°Źé‡‘é–€), and some islets. Administratively, it is Kinmen County of Fujian (Fuchien) province, Republic of China.
Kinmen National Park Kinmen National Park (é‡‘é–€ĺś‹ĺ®¶ĺ…¬ĺś’) is a national park on the islands of Greater Kinmen (also known as Greater Quemoy) and Lesser Kinmen, administratively part of Fukien Province of the Republic of China (Taiwan). Kinmen National Park includes five areas: Taiwu Mountain, Guningtou, Gugang, Mashan Hill and Lieyu.
Kinmount, Ontario The village of Kinmount is located on the Burnt River, in Ontario, Canada. While lying within the City of Kawartha Lakes, it is the shopping and cultural center of large sections of both Haliburton and Peterborough counties.
Kinnara Kingdom Kinnaras were a group of exotic tribes, mentioned along with others like Devas (including Rudras, Maruts, Vasus and Adityas), Asuras (including Daityas, Danavas and Kalakeyas), Pisachas, Gandharvas, Kimpurushas, Vanaras, Suparnas, Rakshasas, Bhutas and Yakshas. They along with others, were inhabitants of the Himalaya mountains.
Kinnaraya Kinnaraya or Kinnarayo also Kinnara are a social group or caste amongst the Sinhalese of Sri Lanka. Like the Burakumin of Japan and Paraiyar of the neighboring Tamil ethnic group in Sri Lanka as well as Tamil Nadu state in South India they were segregated from the mainstream society yet played a vital role as mat weavers for the mainstream community.
Kinnaur Kailash The Kinnaur Kailash (locally known as Kinner Kailash) is a mountain in the Kinnaur district of the Indian state Himachal Pradesh. The Kinnaur Kailash has a height of 6050 meters and is considered as sacred by both Hindu and Buddhist Kinnauris.
Kinnauri language Kinnauri, also known as Kanauri, Kanor, Koonawur, or Kunawar is a Tibeto-Burman language (Sino-Tibetan stock) spoken in the Kinnaur district of the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh by approximately 49,000 native speakers.
Kinnear's Mills, Quebec Kinnear's Mills is a small village of about 350 people located in the Chaudiere-Appalaches region of Quebec. It is known as the village of churches as 4 churches are located very close to each other in the tiny village.
Kinnekullebanan Kinnekullebanan is an unelectrified single track railway that stretches from HĂĄkantorp via LidkĂ¶ping and Mariestad to GĂĄrdsjĂ¶ where it connects to VĂ¤stra stambanan. The track lacks both ATC and a remote traffic management system.
Kinnelon High School Kinnelon High School is a four-year comprehensive public high school that serves students in ninth through twelfth grades from Kinnelon in Morris County, New Jersey, United States, as part of the Kinnelon Public Schools.
Kinnelon Public Schools The Kinnelon Public Schools is a comprehensive community public school district that serves approximately 2,200 students in kindergarten through 12th grade from Kinnelon, in Morris County, New Jersey, United States.
Kinner Airplane & Motor Corporation Kinner Airplane & Motor Corp was an airplane and engine manufacturer, founded in Glendale, California by Bert Kinner in the mid-1920s. It went bankrupt in 1937 and the aircraft rights were sold to Timm Aircraft Co.
Kinnettles Kinnettles is located in Angus, a Council Area in the northeast of Scotland. The Parish is bounded on the north and east by Forfar, on the southeast and south by Inverarity and the southwest and northwest by Glamis.
Kino Kino has more than one meaning, several derived from the fact that it stands for "movie theater" or "cinema" in several European languages, while "kinĹŤ" means "yesterday" in Japanese:
Kino (movement) Kino is a movement created as a means of providing amateur filmmakers with a place to screen their short-films. Founded in a spirit of collaboration and motivation, the movement stimulates the production of short-films by small crews with little to no budget.
Kino (UK rock band) Kino (not to be mistaken with the similarly named Russian group) is a British progressive rock band made up of members from other progressive rock acts (John Mitchell from Arena and The Urbane; Pete Trewavas from Marillion and Transatlantic; John Beck from It Bites; Bob Dalton also from It Bites; Chris Maitland from Porcupine Tree).
Kino International Kino International is a film and video distributor based in New York City which specializes in art house films, such as low-budget current films, classic films from earlier periods in the history of cinema, and world cinema. Some silent classics which are otherwise difficult to find are available in DVD and/or 35-mm format from Kino.
Kino mutai Kino mutai (or kina mutai) is a specialized sub-section of some Filipino martial arts that emphasizes biting and also covers eye-gouging. It involves extensive use of grappling, so as to allow the practitioner to control the opponent while applying the techniques.
Kinocilia The apical surface of a sensory fish hair cell usually has numerous stereocilia and a single, much longer kinocilium. Deflection of the stereocilia toward or away from the kinocilium causes an increase or decrease in the firing rate of the sensory neuron innervating the hair cell at its basal surface.
Kinoko Nasu is a Japanese author, best known for writing the visual novels, Tsukihime and Fate/stay night. Renowned for a unique style of storytelling and prose, Nasu is amongst the most prominent visual novelists in Japan.
Kinome In molecular biology, the kinome is the ensemble of kinases that are expressed in a particular cell or present in the genome of an organism. Kinases are enzymes that catalyze phosphorylation reactions and fall into several families, e.
Kinondoni Kinondoni District is the northernmost of three districts in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, the others being Temeke (to the far Southeast) and Ilala (downtown Dar es Salaam). To the east is the Indian Ocean, to the north and west the Pwani Region of Tanzania.
Kinopanorama Kinopanorama is a three-lens, three-film widescreen film format. Kinopanorama was originally known as Panorama by Soviet filmmakers (Russian: Panoramikh Filmov) in the Soviet Union, and, elsewhere, as Soviet Cinerama, since the format is for the most part identical in operation to that of Fred Waller's American-designed Cinerama format.
Kinosternidae Kinosternidae is a family of mostly small turtles that includes the mud and musk turtles. The family Kinosternidae contains 25 species within 4 genera, but taxonomic reclassification is an ongoing process so many sources vary on the exact numbers of species and subspecies.
Kinosternon Kinosternon is a genus of aquatic turtle known commonly as the mud turtle. They are found throughout the United States, Mexico and Central America, south into South America in Colombia, Ecuador and northern Peru.
Kinoton HDFS Kinoton HDFS (High Definition Film System) was a prototype 35 mm motion picture film format proposed by German projector company Kinoton and developed with the film camera company ARRI and the Swiss company Studer. The format was developed between 1988 and 1990.
Kinpira Kinpira (Japanese: é‡‘ĺął) is a Japanese cooking style that can be summarised as a technique of "sautĂ© and simmer". It is commonly used to cook root vegetables such as carrot, burdock and lotus root, seaweeds such as arame and hiziki and other foods including tofu and namafu (ç”źéş¸) (wheat gluten).
Kinpo, Kagoshima Kinpo (é‡‘ĺł°ç”ş; KimpĹŤ-chĹŤ) was a town located in Hioki District, Kagoshima, Japan. On November 7, 2005, the town merged with the city of Kasada and three towns from Kawanabe District forming the city of Minamisatsuma and no longer exists as an independent municipality.
Kinsale Kinsale (Cionn tSĂˇile in Irish) is a town in County Cork, Ireland. It is located some 25 km south of Cork City on the coast near the Old Head of Kinsale, sits at the mouth of the River Bandon and has a population of 2,257.
Kinsale (UK Parliament constituency) Kinsale was a former United Kingdom Parliament constituency, in Ireland, returning one MP. It was an original constituency represented in Parliament when the Union of Great Britain and Ireland took effect on 1 January, 1801.
Kinsale road roundabout The Kinsale Road Roundabout is a five-arm signalised junction and is located approximately 3 km south of Cork City in Ireland at the junction of the N25 South Ring Road, the N27 Airport Road/Frankfield Road and the South City Link Road.
Kinsbourne Green Kinsbourne Green is a small hamlet on the north side of Harpenden, Hertfordshire. It has many attractions such as the common which even has a small wooded area at the bottom,lovely for a walk on a Sunday and if you're lucky you may even find a tramp or gypsy down there.
Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender and Reproduction The Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender and Reproduction, often shortened to Kinsey Institute, exists "to promote interdisciplinary research and scholarship in the fields of human sexuality, gender, and reproduction".
Kinsey Millhone Kinsey Millhone (born 5 May, 1950) is a fictional female private investigator created by Sue Grafton, and is the protagonist of Grafton's "alphabet mysteries" series of novels. In addition, Millhone appears in a number of short stories written by Grafton.
Kinsey scale The Kinsey scale attempts to measure sexual orientation, from 0 (exclusively heterosexual) to 6 (exclusively homosexual). It was first published in Sexual Behavior in the Human Male (1948) by Alfred Kinsey, Wardell Pomeroy and others, and was also prominent in the complementary work Sexual Behavior in the Human Female (1953).
Kinshasa Declaration on Great Apes The Kinshasa Declaration on Great Apes was a high-level political statement on the future of great apes. It was signed during the Intergovernmental Meeting on Great Apes and the first council meeting of the Great Apes Survival Project (GRASP) in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo on September 9, 2005.
Kinship terminology Kinship terminology refers to the words used in a specific culture to describe a specific system of familial relationships. Kinship terminologies include the terms of address used in different languages or communities for different relatives and the terms of reference used to identify the relationship of these relatives to ego or to each other.
Kinski (band) Kinski is a rock band from Seattle, Washington, in the United States. They formed in 1998 in a pub, when bartender and drummer Dave Weeks overheard a conversation between two customers, Chris Martin (guitar) and Lucy Atkinson (bassist) about analog recording.
Kinsky The Kinsky family of the Counts and later Princes Kinsky (formerly Wchinsky or Tynsky, in Czech KinskĂ˝, plural KinĹˇtĂ, old name VchynskĂ©) was one of the oldest and most illustrious dynasties originating from Bohemia, now the Czech Republic. The family is recorded in both the Almanach de Gotha and Genealogisches Handbuch des Adels.
Kinsky horse The Kinsky horse or Equus Kinsky Europe's original sport horse was bred until the middle of the 20th century in Bohemia, a part of the modern-day Czech Republic. At one time it was the most prominent breed in that part of the world.
Kinsman The English surname Kinsman is occupational in origin, since it is one of those names based on the type of work a man once did or the profession he pursued. In this case Kinsman is derivative of "the king's man," this was a name given to the "King" and "Queen" May-Day, and the proceedings were helped along by the chosen Kinsmen.
Kinsmen Foundation The Kinsmen Foundation was established in 1971. Its sole purpose is to assist Saskatchewan residents with physical, mental, or other challenges, as well as regional and provincial organizations serving the people with disabilities, where there is no other source of funding.
Kinsmod kinsmod is a program written by Silvio Cesare which, in the Linux operating system, allows the insertion of a potentially malicious Linux Kernel Module by writing to the /dev/kmem device, regardless of whether the kernel has been compiled with Linux Kernel Module support. The Grsecurity linux kernel patch provides a safe guard against this security hole, as it provides an option for "Deny writing to /dev/kmem".
Kinston High School (North Carolina) Kinston High School is a high school located in Kinston, North Carolina. It is is the largest school in the Lenoir County Public School System, serving approximately 1,200 students, with the freshmen class being the largest.
Kinta Kinta is an administrative district of the state of Perak, Malaysia, and it is divided into three major councils. Ipoh City Council (Majlis Bandaraya Ipoh), based in Ipoh, is also the capital of the state of Perak.
Kinta Kellas Kinta Kellas is partly owned by UEM World Berhad of Malaysia, and mainly manages construction and maintains large-scale projects including roadways, airports, and mixed-use developments. The company operates primarily in Malaysia, Vietnam, and New Zealand.
Kintail Kintail is an area of mountains in the Northwest Highlands of Scotland. It consists of the mountains to the north of Glen Shiel and the A87 road between the heads of Loch Duich and Loch Cluanie; its boundaries, other than Glen Shiel, are generally taken to be the valleys of Strath Croe and Gleann Gaorsaic to the north and An Caorann MĂ˛r to the east.
Kintampo The Kintampo archeological site in Ghana dates back to 1400 BCE and is one of the earliest known sites for the cultivation of the cowpea. Evidence of polished stone axes, stone beads, buildings of stone, domestic pots, ceramin sculptures of humans and animals indicate that Kintampo was the product of established practitioners of pastoralism and horticulture.
Kintampo District The Kintampo District was a district in the Brong Ahafo Region of Ghana. It was split into the two districts of Kintampo South and Kintampo North by a decree of president John Agyekum Kufuor on November 12, 2003.
Kintampo North District The Kintampo North District is a district in the Brong Ahafo Region of Ghana. It is the remainder of the former Kintampo District after the Kintampo South District had been split off by a decree of president John Agyekum Kufuor on November 12, 2003.
Kintampo South District The Kintampo South District is a district in the Brong Ahafo Region of Ghana. It was split off the former Kintampo District (which is since then called Kintampo North District) by a decree of president John Agyekum Kufuor on November 12, 2003.
Kintaro Ohki KintarĹŤ ĹŚki (Japanese: ĺ¤§ćś¨é‡‘ĺ¤ŞéŽ, Korean: ęą€ěťĽ, Hanja: é‡‘ä¸€, born February 24, 1929 Jeollanam-do, South Korea (then just Korea), died October 26, 2006 Seoul, South Korea) was arguably the greatest South Korean professional wrestler of all time, also known professionally as Kim Il or KIM Il during his career in the Japan Wrestling Association, All Japan Pro Wrestling and International Pro Wrestling from the 1950s to the 1980s.
Kintaro Walks Japan Kintaro Walks Japan is a documentary film produced and directed by Tyler MacNiven. It is an account of MacNiven's journey walking and backpacking the entire length of Japan from KyĹ«shĹ« to HokkaidĹŤ, more than 2000 miles in 145 days
Kintarou Tooyama Kintarou Tooyama is a fictional character in the Japanese anime/manga Prince of Tennis, otherwise known as Tennis no Oujisama. He is the youngest member of Shitenhouji, a team that is initially introduced during the Nationals Tournament(OVA).
Kintbury railway station Kintbury railway station is a railway station in the village of Kintbury in the county of Berkshire in England. The station is served by local services operated by First Great Western from London Paddington via Reading and Newbury to Great Bedwyn.
Kintetsu Buffaloes The Osaka Kintetsu Buffaloes (ja: ĺ¤§éŞčż‘é‰„ăă•ă‚ˇăăĽă‚ş) was a Nippon Professional Baseball team based in Osaka, Japan, which were in the Pacific League. The team was owned by the Kinki Nippon Railway and later sold to the Orix Group, the owner of the Orix Blue Wave baseball team, in 2004.
Kintetsu Hanazono rugby stadium Kintetsu Hanazono Rugby Stadium(čż‘é‰„čŠ±ĺś’ă©ă‚°ă“ăĽĺ ´, Kintetsu Hanazono RagubÄ«-jĹŤ) is the spiritual home of rugby union in East Osaka. Owned by Kintetsu Corporation, it was Japan's first dedicated rugby union ground when it was opened in 1929.
Kintetsu Nagano Line The Kintetsu Nagano Line (čż‘é‰„é•·é‡Žç·š, -sen) is a railway line of the Kintetsu Corporation connecting Japanese cities of Habikino, Tondabayashi, and Kawachi-Nagano. Most trains go direct to the Minami-Osaka Line.
Kintetsu Nagoya Line The Nagoya Line (ĺŤĺŹ¤ĺ±‹ç·š) is a railway line of the Kintetsu Corporation connecting the Japanese cities of Nagoya, Kuwana, Yokkaichi, Suzuka, and Tsu. At Ise-Nakagawa, the line turns into the Osaka Line, which leads to Uehommachi Station and Kintetsu Namba Station in Osaka.
Kintetsu Nagoya Station Kintetsu-Nagoya Station (čż‘é‰„ĺŤĺŹ¤ĺ±‹é§…, Kintetsu-Nagoya eki) is a terminus of the Kintetsu Nagoya Line. It is connecting to Nagoya Station (JR Central, Aonami Line, and Nagoya City Subway) and Meitetsu Nagoya Station (Nagoya Railroad).
Kintetsu Nara Line The Kintetsu Nara Line (čż‘é‰„ĺĄč‰Żç·š, -sen) is a railway line of the Kintetsu Corporation connecting Higashiosaka, Ikoma, and Nara, Japan. In 1970, the Namba Line was opened, and the actual starting station of the Nara Line moved to Kintetsu Namba Station.
Kintetsu Osaka Line The Kintetsu Osaka Line (čż‘é‰„ĺ¤§éŞç·š, -sen) is a railway line of the Kintetsu Corporation connecting the Japanese cities of Osaka, Higashiosaka, Yao, Kashiwara, Kashiba, Yamato-Takada, Kashihara, Nabari, and Matsusaka.
Kintner-McGrain House The Kintner-McGrain House, also known as Cedar Glade, is on the National Register of Historic Places, located north of downtown Corydon, Indiana. It attained the "Cedar Glade" name due to the giant red cedars Jacob Kinter, the builder, planted in front of the house.
Kintner-Withers House The Kintner-Withers House, also known as Cedar Farm, is on the National Register of Historic Places, south of Laconia, Indiana, along the Ohio River. Jacob Kintner, aided by his wife Elizabeth, built the structure in 1837.
Kinton, Oregon Kinton, Oregon is an unincorporated community in Washington County, Oregon, United States. It is located near the northern shore of the Tualatin River, near the intersection of Oregon State Route 210 and River Road, a major county arterial that runs northwest towards Hillsboro.
Kintore, Northern Territory Kintore is a remote settlement in the Northern Territory of Australia, located approximately 530km west of Alice Springs and close to the border with WA. There were 334 people living there as of the 1996 census.
Kintoun The Kinto'un (, called Flying Nimbus in the English-language adaptation of the anime, is the name of the small flying cloud that GokĹ« and later Gohan and Goten use for transportation in the manga and anime series Dragon Ball and Dragon Ball Z. Travel is accomplished by sitting or standing on the cloud and giving it verbal commands.
Kintsvisi Monastery Kintsvisi Monastery (Georgian: á§ááśá¬á•ááˇá, Qinc'visi) is a Georgian Orthodox monastery in the Shida Kartli region, eastern Georgia, 10 km from the town Kareli, on a forested slope of a high mountain of the Dzama valley.
Kintyre Pursuivant Kintyre Pursuivant of Arms in Ordinary is the title of a Scottish officer of arms. The office is currently vacant, as the reduction in the number of pursuivants in the Court of the Lord Lyon from six to three in the late 19th century means only three titles are in use at any one time.
Kinvara Kinvara (Irish: Cinn Mhara, meaning "head of the sea"), a sea port village located in the south of County Galway in the province of Connacht on the west coast of Ireland. Kinvara is also the name of the parish and townland in which the village is situated.
Kinvara (Moycullen) Kinvara (Irish: Cinn Mhara, meaning "head of the sea") is the name of a townland in the Catholic parish of Cill BhriocĂˇin, civil parish of Kilcummin and barony of Moycullen in the west of County Galway. It is located north of the village of Casla and south of An ScrĂob.
Kinver Kinver is a large village in South Staffordshire district, Staffordshire, England. It is in the south-west of the county, at the end of the narrow finger of land surrounded by the counties of Shropshire, Worcestershire and the West Midlands.
Kinver Edge Kinver Edge is a high heath and woodland escarpment just west of Kinver, about four miles west of Stourbridge, and four miles north of Kidderminster, and is on the border between Worcestershire and Staffordshire, England.
Kinza Clodumar Kinza Godfrey Clodumar (born February 8 1945 in Boe) is a politician in Nauru. He was a member of parliament of that country for many years, was finance minister from 2003 until October 2004, and was President from February 12 1997 until June 18 1998, when he was deposed in a no confidence vote.
Kinzua Dam The Kinzua Dam is one of the largest dams in the United States east of the Mississippi River. Its construction in the 1960s was controversial because it forced the departure of Pennsylvania's last Native Americans, the Senecas, who now live near Salamanca, New York, on the northern shores of land flooded by the dam.
Kioa v West Kioa v West  HCA 81; (1985) 150 CLR 550, was a notable case decided in the High Court of Australia regarding the extent and requirements of natural justice and procedural fairness in administrative decision making.
Kiomars Pourahmad Kiomars Pourahmad (in Persian: Ú©ŰŚŮŮ…Ř±Ř« ŮľŮŘ±Ř§ŘŮ…ŘŻ), Director, Screenwriter, Film Editor, Film Producer, Born 1949, Nadjaf Abad, Iran. Started his career as a film critic and assistant director in a TV series in early 1970s.
Kiondashawa Kiondashawa, or "Flying Fish", lived in the mid-to-late 1700's. He was a chief of the Lenni Lenape (Delaware Nation) and primary chief of The Pymatuning, a series of villages along the Shenango River from New Castle, PA to above the Linesville, PA area near the current Pymatuning Reservoir
Kionga Triangle The Kionga Triangle was a tiny territory on the border between German East Africa (present-day United Republic of Tanzania) and the Portuguese colony of Mozambique (present day Republic of Mozambique), totalling just 1000 kmÂ˛ (400 miÂ˛).
Kiosk In the Mediterranean Basin and the Near East, a kiosk (Turkish KĂ¶Ĺźk; Persian ŮŮŘ´Ů Kushk; French Kiosque) is a small, separated garden pavilion open on some or all sides. Kiosks were common in Persia, India, and in the Ottoman Empire from the 13th century onward.