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Killing field (disambiguation)
A killing field, in military science, is a field of fire in front of a defensive position.Killing Field or The Killing Field may also refer to:

Killing Fields (album)
Killing Fields is an album by the American production triplet called the Molemen. The album boasts a wide variety of guests from New York as well as the midwest.-Track listing:# "Intro"#* Performed by DJ Presyce#* Produced by DJ Presyce

Killing Floor (mod)
Killing Floor is a total conversion mod for the Unreal Tournament 2004 video game, first released in 2005 as a demo, and full version, later that year. The mod acquired popularity after appearing in several game magazines. It is a survival horror first-person shooter based game, with Co-op multiplayer action

Killing Floor (novel)
Killing Floor is the debut novel by Lee Child, first published in 1997 by Putnam. The book won the Anthony Award and Barry Award for best first novel

Killings is a short tale written by Andre Dubus in 1979. In 2001 the story was adapted into Todd Field's film In the Bedroom. The film starred Sissy Spacek, Tom Wilkinson, and Marisa Tomei

Killjoy is the second full-length album released by New Zealand band, Shihad. This album was released in May 1995.It is their first album to go gold in New Zealand

A killjoy is a person who is anti-fun, or prevents others from having fun. Killjoy may refer to:In music:* Killjoy , an album by Shihad* Killjoy , an American musician with the bands Necrophagia and Viking Crown

Killjoy (2000 film)
Killjoy is a 2000 slasher film directed by Craig Ross, starring Ángel Vargas. Its sequel, Killjoy 2: Deliverance from Evil was released in 2002

A kiln is a thermally insulated chamber, or oven, in which a controlled temperature regime is produced. Uses include the hardening, burning or drying of materials

Kilo- is a unit prefix in the metric system denoting multiplication of the unit by one thousand.For example:* one kilogram is 1000 grams* one kilometre is 1000 metres* one kilojoule is 1000 joules

KILO is a radio station broadcasting in Colorado Springs and Pueblo, Colorado. It also streams online at its website.KILO features a current active rock format. The station is known for playing new bands well before many other stations will add them to their playlist and is usually one of the higher rated stations in Colorado Springs, always in the top five

Kilo may refer to:*kilo-, a prefix meaning a thousand*Kilo, Espoo, a district of Espoo, Finland**Kilo railway station, a commuter rail network in Kilo, Espoo, Finland*KILO, a Colorado radio station

The kilobyte is a multiple of the unit byte for digital information. Although the prefix kilo- means 1000, the term kilobyte and symbol KB have historically been used to refer to either 1024 bytes or 1000 bytes, dependent upon context, in the fields of computer science and information technology.For example, the HP 21MX real-time computer

The kilogram or kilogramme , also known as the kilo, is the base unit of mass in the International System of Units and is defined as being equal to the mass of the International Prototype Kilogram , which is almost exactly equal to the mass of one liter of water

The kilometre is a unit of length in the metric system, equal to one thousand metres and is therefore exactly equal to the distance travelled by light in free space in of a second

Kilroy (television series)
Kilroy is a BBC1 daytime chat show hosted by Robert Kilroy-Silk that began in 8 September 1986 and finished on 29 January 2004 after 18 years.

The kilt is a knee-length garment with pleats at the rear, originating in the traditional dress of men and boys in the Scottish Highlands of the 16th century. Since the 19th century it has become associated with the wider culture of Scotland in general, or with Celtic heritage even more broadly

KILT may refer to:* KILT-FM, a radio station licensed to Houston, Texas, United States* KILT , a radio station licensed to Houston, Texas, United States

KILT is a Sports/Talk formatted radio station in the Houston, Texas, metropolitan area. The station is currently owned by CBS Radio. KILT shares its call letters with sister station 100.3 FM, a country music station.

Kim (song)
"Kim" is a song by American rapper Eminem which appears on his 2000 album The Marshall Mathers LP. The song reflects intense anger and hatred toward Eminem's then-wife Kim Mathers

Kim (TV film)
Kim is a 1984 British television film directed by John Howard Davies and based on Rudyard Kipling's novel Kim. The film stars Peter O'Toole, Bryan Brown, John Rhys-Davies, Nadira, Jalal Agha, Raj Kapoor and Ravi Sheth in the title role.-Plot:

Kimberlite is a type of potassic volcanic rock best known for sometimes containing diamonds. It is named after the town of Kimberley in South Africa, where the discovery of an diamond in 1871 spawned a diamond rush, eventually creating the Big Hole.

Kimberly (given name)
Kimberly is a unisex given name originated from a South African place. The name was derived from an English title, which was in turn derived from an English place name. A variant spelling of the name is Kimberley, borne by both males and females. The form Kimberly is more common in North America than Kimberley

Kimera (singer)
Kimera is South Korean-born popera singer. Her music style was that of pop opera . She created the style of "popera", consisting of a medley of opera arias set to a mid-80's form of disco and High N-R-G beats

- Japanese words : may refer to:* One of names for the Emperor of Japan* An honorific title. One of the names for one's lord or master in the Middle Ages.* One of the second-person personal pronouns in Japanese language - People :

Kimmo is a given name, and may refer to:* Kimmo Kapanen , Finnish professional ice hockey goaltender* Kimmo Kiljunen , member of the Finnish parliament* Kimmo Kinnunen , former Finnish javelin thrower

Kimo (band)
Kimo are a New Zealand based alternative musical group consisting of David Mulcahy and Rob Mayes .

Kimo (website)
Kimo was a Taiwanese portal site based in the United States and was acquired by Yahoo! in February, 2001. The name probably is based on the Japanese word kimochi .

The is a Japanese traditional garment worn by men, women and children. The word "kimono", which literally means a "thing to wear" , has come to denote these full-length robes

-Places:* Kin, Okinawa, a town in Okinawa, Japan* Kin, Pakistan, a village along the Indus in Pakistan* Kin, Mogok, a village in Mogok Township, Burma * Kin, Ye, a village in Ye Township, Burma

KIN could refer to:* Kingston Railroad Station, Rhode Island, United States; Amtrak station code KIN.* Norman Manley International Airport, Kingston, Jamaica; IATA airport code KIN.* Kids In Need Foundation, abbreviation KIN.* Microsoft KIN Phone

Kin (comics)
Kin is a 6 issues comics-book limited series created in 2000 by Gary Frank and published by Top Cow/Image Comics. A secret government agency S.I.A. finds out that the neanderthals still exist hidden in Alaskan mountains and proceed to eliminate them in order to obtain their technology that developed differently from the rest of the world. A S.I.A

KIN (gene)
DNA/RNA-binding protein KIN17 is a protein that in humans is encoded by the KIN gene.-Further reading:

Kin (short story)
"Kin" is a science fiction short story written in 2006 by Bruce McAllister.The story is about a small boy who hires a dreadful Antalou alien to kill the man responsible for his unborn sister's scheduled death.

Kina can refer to:* Kina * Kina * Kina, Name of People's Republic of China in Bosnian, Croatian, Danish, Montenegrin, Norwegian, Serbian and Swedish language

Kind can mean:* Kind , the type of types in a type system* Natural kind, in philosophy a grouping of things which is a natural grouping, not an artificial one.* KIND is the ICAO designation for Indianapolis International Airport

Kinda may refer to:*Kinda , a 1982 serial from the television programme Doctor Who*Kinda Municipality, a municipality in Sweden*Kinda Hundred, a hundred in Sweden*Kindah, an ancient central Arabian kingdom

Kinder (goat)
The Kinder is a breed of goat, originating from a cross between a pygmy goat and a Nubian goat in 1985 at Zederkamm Farm. As of 7 April 2009, there were about three thousand Kinder goats registered with the Kinder Goat Breeders Association.- History :

Kindling is a term to describe small pieces of wood and twigs used to start a fire.Kindling may also refer to:* Kindling, a 1915 film directed by Cecil B

Kindling (album)
Kindling is the debut solo album by Country rock musician Gene Parsons recorded in 1973. Guest musicians on this album include former Byrds bandmate Clarence White, plus Vassar Clements, Ralph Stanley, Bill Payne, and Gib Guilbeau.-Track listing:

Kindling (film)
Kindling is a 1915 drama film produced and directed by Cecil B. DeMille and starring Charlotte Walker, in her film debut. The film is based on a 1911 Broadway play by Charles A

Kindness is the act or the state of being kind, being marked by good and charitable behaviour, pleasant disposition, and concern for others. It is known as a virtue, and recognized as a value in many cultures and religions .

In the Heathen movements, a kindred is a local worship group and organisational unit. Other terms used are hearth, theod , blotgroup, sippe, and other less popular ones such as garth, stead, and others.

Kindred (Heroes)
"Kindred" is the third episode of the second season of the NBC science fiction drama series Heroes. The episode was written by J. J. Philbin and was directed by Paul Edwards. It originally aired on October 8, 2007.- Plot :

Kine may refer to:* An archaic plural for cow* Kine or kino, Greek-English prefix referring to motion* A pestle used with the Japanese usu* A helper character from the Kirby video game series

KINE may refer to:* KINE , a radio station licensed to Kingsville, Texas, United States* KINE-FM, a radio station licensed to Honolulu, Hawaii, United States

Kinescope , shortened to kine , also known as telerecording in Britain, is a recording of a television program made by filming the picture from a video monitor

Kinesiology, also known as human kinetics is the scientific study of human movement. Kinesiology addresses physiological, mechanical, and psychological mechanisms. Applications of kinesiology to human health include: biomechanics and orthopedics, rehabilitation, such as physical and occupational therapy, as well as sport and exercise

Kinesis, like a taxis, is a movement or activity of a cell or an organism in response to a stimulus. However, unlike taxis, the response to the stimulus provided is non-directional.

-Art and entertainment:* Kinetic * Kinetic art* The 13th episode of the first season of the TV series Smallville* Kinetic, a comic by Allan Heinberg and Kelley Pucklett-Companies:

Kinetics may refer to:In science and medicine:* Kinetics , the study of motion and its causes** Rigid body kinetics, the study of the motion of rigid bodies* Chemical kinetics, the study of chemical reaction rates

Kinetics (physics)
In physics and engineering, kinetics is a term for the branch of classical mechanics that is concerned with the relationship between the motion of bodies and its causes, namely forces and torques

The kinetochore is the protein structure on chromatids where the spindle fibers attach during cell division to pull sister chromatids apart.

King (2008 film)
King is a 2008 Indian Telugu film starring Akkineni Nagarjuna, Trisha Krishnan, Arjan Bajwa , and Mamta Mohandas. The film was directed by Sreenu Vaitla and produced by D Sivaprasad Reddy.-Plot:

King (film)
King is a love-comedy Tamil language movie directed by the Tamil Director Prabu Solomon. It stars Vikram and Sneha in the lead roles. It flopped miserably at the box-office.-Plot:

King (horse)
King, often known as King P-234 was an outstanding early Quarter Horse stallion who influenced the breed throughout the early years of the American Quarter Horse Association .-Life:

King (miniseries)
King is a television miniseries based on the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., the American civil rights leader and 1964 Nobel Laureate. It aired for three consecutive nights on NBC from February 12 through 14, 1978

King (surname)
King is a family name of Scottish and English origin.The English name comes from Old English cyning , which may derive from Brythonic cun or cwn.

King Billy
King Billy may refer to:* King Billy , last surviving male of the Oyster Cove clan* King Billy Cokebottle , Australian comedian

King Cotton (march)
King Cotton is a military march composed in 1895 by John Philip Sousa, for the Cotton States and International Exposition .The expression "King Cotton" in general refers to the historically high importance of cotton as a cash crop in the southern United States.The tune is often included in compilations of Sousa's works

King Cotton (play)
King Cotton was a specially commissioned musical written by Jimmy McGovern and directed by Jude Kelly, with original music by Howard Goodall, based on an idea by Ian Brownbill and designed by Ti Green.

King Kong (comics)
King Kong has been adapted into comic book format a number of times.-RKO comic strips:In 1933, RKO created comic strips for each respective film in their press books. These strips were published by newspapers across the country weeks leading up to each film's release as part of a pre-release publicity compaign

King Kong (disambiguation)
King Kong is a fictional giant ape from Skull Island, who has appeared in several works since 1933.King Kong may also refer to:-Film and television:* King Kong , the original 1933 film* King Kong , the 1976 remake

Python sebae
Python sebae is a large, non-venomous snake of Sub-Saharan Africa. The African rock python is one of seven species in the Python genus. It has two subspecies, one found in Central and Western Africa and the other in Southern Africa.

Pyxis is a small and faint constellation in the southern sky. Its name is Latin for a mariner's compass

PZL-104 Wilga
PZL-104 Wilga is a Polish designed and built short-takeoff-and-landing Civil Aviation utility aircraft manufactured by PZL "Warszawa-Okęcie";

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