kayser


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kayser

[′kī·zər]
(spectroscopy)
A unit of reciprocal length, especially wave number, equal to the reciprocal of 1 centimeter. Also known as rydberg.
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April Kayser, Drew Kayser, Julie Keep, Kimberly Kelsay, Janae King, Sean Koble, Brittany Kronholm, Erin Kruit, Tyler Kumm, Carly Kupka, Amanda Kuroda, Ryan Larsen, Deanna Latkowski, Alycia Lively, Corinna Lobecke, Kailee Luell, Erik Lundgren, Jeffrey Martin, Michelle Mayhue,
Kayser's two brothers: Awil, aged 19, and Bashir, aged 18, and sisters Sarah, aged 13 and Sagal, aged 11, stood to say their goodbyes together with their parents as the evening light around them faded in the still and quiet of the cemetery.
After the verdict, Kayser's father Abdul Osman, a writer, wept as his solicitor Louise Christian read a statement on behalf of him and the boy's mother Marian Abdullah.
Somalian immigrant Kayser, 15, was found stabbed in Willsesden, North London, last week.
"We examined the complex workings of the ECS and found evidence from animal and human studies supporting a link between OCD symptoms and the ECS," Kayser said.
Kayser said continuing operations results are lagging last year due to higher steel and transportation costs.
Kayser remembers her dog as an 'astounding canine who brought joy to many more people than just her immediate family.'
Recent Berklee College of Music graduate Jas Kayser will open the show.
Determined to make these delicacies doable in any kitchen, Eric Kayser--a fourth-generation French baker, esteemed pastry chef and founder of Maison Kayser bakeries--shares more than 70 of his famous recipes, all expertly detailed with step-by-step instructions, in Maison Kayser's French Pastry Workshop (Black Dog & Leventhal, $29.99, 256 pages, ISBN 9780316439275).