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Kil

 

(from Turkish kil, “clay”), the name of a bentonitic clay found in the Upper Cretaceous deposits of the Crimea (near Simferopol’ and in the vicinity of Bakhchisarai). Kil has high adsorption; it was used for making soap that would lather in seawater. Kil formed as a result of the subaqueous decomposition (halmyrolysis) of volcanic ash layers.

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18, 2010, Kwak asked Kil, an information technology worker, to help him with his computer and attacked him with a stun gun.
For the past two years, Kil and Assan have tried to seek refugee status in Korea However, they were rejected at their initial screening the very first year The two submitted a petition against the Ministry of Justice's decision, and finally won refugee status last year, in November and August, respectively.
Ladies' Nett: 1 Valerie Lim (73 nett), 2 Pauline Jeakings (76), 3 Kil Ja Yang (77 c/b).
Bulboz uretranin normalden genis oldugu, uretra lumeninde kil yumagi icerisinde yaklasik 10x13 mm boyutlarinda kirec tasi seklinde kalkulun bulundugu gozlendi.
Yong Bok Chun clinched the Silver Division 'B' (handicap 13-20) with a net 77, one shot clear of Mihee Kil. Janet Curtis matched that tally to win Bronze Division (handicap 21-36).
THE HISTORY OF KOREA by Djun Kil Kim (0313332967, $45.00) is also key to understanding Korea's place in the modern world: part of Greenwood's 'Histories of Modern Nations' series, it surveys the social and political changes Korea has experienced over the centuries.
He and his wife, the former Kim Kil Sun of Mokpo, Korea, have two daughters and will continue to reside in the Washington metropolitan area.
The local authorities were the Swedish municipalities of Kristinehamn, Storfors, Karlskoga, Filipstad, Degerfors, Eda, Kil, Forshaga and Grums.
of Winston-Salem, North Carolina, has introduced the 4400 Oracode KIL lock, the first electronic push-button lock that is completely time sensitive without hard wiring.