In the street outside, runners were stretching and signing in for the five K race, which would begin shortly.
Of course, K. You like adventures, right?
"K-K!" she cooed, trying to pry Kiera's grip off her and break through her babbling.
"That's sweet, K-K," Evelyn answered.
"I'm so sorry, K. I'll go with you," Evelyn offered.
One of them probably pulled the other over to ask directions, Dean said as he backed into a K-turn.
Two spider webs are stretched across the forks, one (t) being cemented in a fine groove cut in the inner fork k, the other (s) in a similar groove cut in the outer fork 1.
K is the clamp in position angle, P the slow motion screw in position-angle; pp is the position circle, R, R its two readers.
The nawab Sir Amir-ud-din-Ahmad Khan, K.C.I.E., who is a member of the viceroy's legislative council, was until 1905 administrator and adviser of the state of Maler Kotla.
The values of the constant k 2 z (a 2 +b 2) and 2a2 respectively.
==Agriculture== In 1878 the production of wheat was insufficient for home consumption, the amount of Indian corn grown barely Live stoc covered local necessities, and the only market for live stock k, &c. was in the slaughtering establishments, where the meat &c was cut into strips and cured, making the so-called " jerked beef " for the Brazilian and Cuban markets.
Robert Joseph) Phillimore succeeded his father as judge of the court from 1855 to 1875, being succeeded by Mr Arthur Cohen, K.C. As Sir R.
Recent analyses prove the presence of a small but variable amount of potassium (K 2 O, 2.68-4.13°/x) in the Cornish crystals, though in those from Hungary there is only a trace; this constituent appears to take the place of basic hydrogen in the above formula.
He was the recipient of many medals and honorary degrees and was created K.C.B.
When she had learned in this way to associate raised words with things, in much the same manner, he says, as a dog learns tricks, he began to resolve the words into their letter elements and to teach her to put together "k-e-y," "c-a-p."
I showed Helen the cake and spelled "c-a-k-e" in her hand, holding the cake toward her.
I finished the word "c-a-k-e" and obeyed her command.
"M-u-g" and "m-i-l-k," have given her more trouble than other words.
At the end of the first lesson she was able to pronounce distinctly the following sounds: a, a, a^, e, i, o, c soft like s and hard like k, g hard, b, l, n, m, t, p, s, u, k, f and d.
A b c d e f g h i k 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 l m n o p q r s 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 t u v w x y 100 110 120 130 140 150 z 160