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“Hussein Kamil Al-Majid, who happened to be both Hussein’s cousin and son-in-law, became chief weapons buyer, and responsible for the development of nuclear and chemical weapons and missiles.”
“We walked to the nearest corner, and called Kamil on the cell phone.”
“The 45-meter-wide and 16-meter-deep crater, called Kamil, was probably formed by the impact of an iron meteorite, and was first noticed on Google Earth images in 2008 by Vincenzo de Michele, former curator of the Civico Museo di Storia Naturale, in Milan, Italy.”
“The crater, called Kamil, is positively pristine when compared to most holes in the Earth gouged by impacting meteorites.”
“Farid Kamil akan menggalas tanggungjawab lebih besar apabila diberi peranan sebagai hero disamping pelakon-pelakon lain.”
“Kamil," she said in a low voice after several hours, "you don't need to wait with me.”
“Anthem, the insurer running the new hip and knee program for Calpers, says it will track the outcomes to make sure "they are at least as good" as what was seen before the change, says medical director Jeff Kamil.”
“About 77% of the covered workers having the procedure since launch have gone to a reference-price hospital, Kamil says.”
“This is the future for select procedures where people can shop, says Kamil.”
“Kamil says the $30,000 limit for hips and knees is not a median but was selected after looking at the range in costs and taking off the really high and really low numbers.”
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