from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. kiloliter
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- n. Symbol for the kiloliter (kilolitre), an SI unit of fluid measure equal to 103 liters (litres).
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. For old English words so beginning, see cl-.
- n. An abbreviation of kiloliter.
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Baby elephant (regine), u have so much time to comment ba? back in kl still online, might as well u stay here. .haha
Haven't had a chance to visit the other newer bookshops in kl, since I'm hardly in m'sia and I don't come from kl.
There are two phrases in Pali - one is called klésa bhumi and the other is called pañña bhumi.
On weekends, ultrathin sajj bread, like lavash, is baked on the patio over a vast heated surface, wrapped around grilled meat or made into the thin, crisp, thyme-scented Arab quesadillas called kl'leg.
Drag the "kl" directory into memory stick root or ms0:/
Three write-ups by a user who had replaced all of their content with the letters "kl".
(To make the story simpler to understand, I am abandoning the Amtorian plural prefix, "kl" or akloo, "and am forming the plural of nouns in the regular Earth fashion -- by adding" s. ")
Craft beer, or ji-biiru as it was called, was receiving great attention in Japan at the time because it was a brand new thing -- small-scale brewing was made possible with deregulation that happened during the Hosokawa government in which minimum production requirements necessary for a brewing license were lowered dramatically from 2000 kl per year to 60 kl.
March 29th, 2010 - 9:56:58 AM follow you on twitter @raggammuffin kl jasus
March 29th, 2010 - 9:55:24 AM i'd bring my awesome husband kl jasus