Koz


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Koz

(kŏz, kōts), in the Bible, priestly family. An alternate form is Hakkoz.
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Planned capacity of the open pit mine is 4 mt of ore per annum, producing up to 200 koz of gold annually.
In our current model we project 2011 production to reach 219 koz of gold, 174 koz of this from MNV (around 79% of Highland's 2011 gold output).
Koz, who died of cancer last month, helped lead Army to the semifinals of the NIT - when the NIT was a big deal - as a junior and senior.
Koz, who co-hosts the morning drive-time show on KTWV-FM (94.
Whitt emphasized that KOZ continues to operate with 38 staffers, the same number it cut down to a month ago when it filed for bankruptcy.
Dave Koz is a platinum-selling artist, entrepreneur, radio host and music advocate.
The company's current production guidance is 290-300 kt of nickel, 380-390 kt of copper, 665-675 koz of platinum and 2,800koz of palladium.
Koz Memorial Scholarship Fund" can be sent to 13035 Apple Tree Lane, Dewitt, MI 48820.
In his My Perspective essay "The Beauty of Coming Out" [April 26], Dave Koz talks about his "wall of fear.
And should you find yourself at the Greek Theatre for jazz smoothie Dave Koz, make note of a new addition - Pink's has opened a hot-dog stand at the venue recently voted best small outdoor amphitheater by Pollstar magazine.
While both companies have been seeking additional funding, KOZ.
Today, ION Television announces that Grammy-nominated saxophonist Dave Koz has been named the bandleader for its first original non-scripted series, "The Emeril Lagasse Show.