Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of kilo.

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Examples

  • KILOS LOST 28 KILOS LOST J.SE PRAKASH J. POOJ. J.SHI FERNANDO BEFORE: 74 kilos BEFORE: 113 kilos AFTER: 59 kilos** AFTER: 85 kilos** After my marriage, I gained HERE'S HOW: weight and I could not fit into • Involve your friends.

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  • Considering that one is buying in kilos rather than in pounds and that the current exchange rate from dollars to pesos is a little over $13mp @ $USD, things are more affordable there than they are here in NW WA state.

    fuel, food, utilities, taxes,et cetera.

  • Considering that one is buying in kilos rather than in pounds and that the current exchange rate from dollars to pesos is a little over $13mp @ $USD, things are more affordable there than they are here in NW WA state.

    fuel, food, utilities, taxes,et cetera.

  • Considering that one is buying in kilos rather than in pounds and that the current exchange rate from dollars to pesos is a little over $13mp @ $USD, things are more affordable there than they are here in NW WA state.

    fuel, food, utilities, taxes,et cetera.

  • Considering that one is buying in kilos rather than in pounds and that the current exchange rate from dollars to pesos is a little over $13mp @ $USD, things are more affordable there than they are here in NW WA state.

    fuel, food, utilities, taxes,et cetera.

  • Considering that one is buying in kilos rather than in pounds and that the current exchange rate from dollars to pesos is a little over $13mp @ $USD, things are more affordable there than they are here in NW WA state.

    fuel, food, utilities, taxes,et cetera.

  • Considering that one is buying in kilos rather than in pounds and that the current exchange rate from dollars to pesos is a little over $13mp @ $USD, things are more affordable there than they are here in NW WA state.

    fuel, food, utilities, taxes,et cetera.

  • Considering that one is buying in kilos rather than in pounds and that the current exchange rate from dollars to pesos is a little over $13mp @ $USD, things are more affordable there than they are here in NW WA state.

    fuel, food, utilities, taxes,et cetera.

  • Considering that one is buying in kilos rather than in pounds and that the current exchange rate from dollars to pesos is a little over $13mp @ $USD, things are more affordable there than they are here in NW WA state.

    fuel, food, utilities, taxes,et cetera.

  • Considering that one is buying in kilos rather than in pounds and that the current exchange rate from dollars to pesos is a little over $13mp @ $USD, things are more affordable there than they are here in NW WA state.

    fuel, food, utilities, taxes,et cetera.

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