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Kai

 

a group of islands in the northwestern part of the Arafura Sea, south of New Guinea. They belong to the Moluccas of the Malay Archipelago and are part of Indonesia. The island group consists of two large islands (Kai Besar and Kai Ketjil) and several small ones. Total area, approximately 1,500 sq km. Kai Besar, a volcanic island with an elevation of up to 800 m, is covered with dense tropical forest; Kai Ketjil is a low coral island with coconut palm groves. Sweet potatoes, corn, rice, and tobacco are cultivated, and there is fishing.

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Kai seemed devastated after killing his sister, but in order to maintain power, he had to show no mercy to anyone who went against him.
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But first Kai, from East Kilbride, is heading down to England for today's final of the TeenStar talent show, where he will compete against kids twice his age in the pre-teen category.
In fact, Kai Hang realized that she had no photographic sense at all and couldn't understand how cameras worked, but she wanted to know more about visual perception on the scale of black, white, and gray.
Kai was already microchipped by the rescue, but we registered the microchip in our name online when we got home.
Mum Pamela Neilson, 38, of Edinburgh, said: "The doctors told us maybe we should give up treatment for Kai - his chances are so slim and he's been through so much.
It involved removing part of his pancreas and taking it to the Centre for Life, while Kai remained in theatre.
Dad may be playing it for laughs but it was Kai who scored with the crowd.
Wayne Rooney shares a picture of himself and his sons, Kai and Klay, in the swimming pool; and, | | inset, above, left, Coleen's snap of the boys in Wizard of Oz outfits
But as Wayne, 28, and the rest of the England squad licked their wounds after their World Cup humbling, Kai showed he may be the future solution to our persistent left-side problem.
Matt Harrison, WMAS clinical team mentor and paramedic, said: "It's excellent to see that Kai is doing so well.