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1 LaserMotive’s founders, Jordin Kare, reckons that a similar laser could deliver about as much energy 20km up if the photovoltaic panel were only a few times larger.
2 There were problems with the way that Kare Log was advertised.
3 lasers would target only mosquitoes, although Dr Kare says some work still needs to be done to ensure that the laser is safe for people and animals.
4 Kare said the lasers could be mounted on lamp post-type poles and put around the circumference of villages, to create a kind of "fence" against mosquitoes.
5 We both are pretty skeptical of its near-term prospects," Kare said of an elevator.
6 Swami Vivekananda, the legendary Hindu monk, has said -"Jive prem kare jeijon, Seijon sebiche Iswar" (Whoever loves any living being, is serving god.).
7 Bleek's coinage was inspired by the anthropological observation of groups frequently self-identifying as 'people' or 'the true people' (as is the case, for example, with the term Khoekhoe, but this is a kare 'praise address' and not an ethnic name).
8 The claim that the accusations against Lomborg were unjustified was challenged in the next issue of Journal of Information Ethics by Kåre Fog, one of the original plaintiffs.
9 Japanese curry (カレー, karē) is usually eaten as karē raisu — curry, rice, and often pickled vegetables, served on the same plate and eaten with a spoon, a common lunchtime canteen dish.
10 During Kåre Willoch's premiership in the 1980s, much emphasis was laid on liberalizing the credit and housing market, and abolishing the NRK TV and radio monopoly, while supporting law and order in criminal justice and traditional norms in education.
11 Oshima's Cruel Story of Youth, Night and Fog in Japan and Death By Hanging, along with Shindo's Onibaba, Hani's Kanojo to kare and Imamura's The Insect Woman, became some of the better-known examples of Japanese New Wave filmmaking.
12 a son, Kåre was born in 1897 followed by a daughter, Irmelin, in 1900 and a second son Odd in 1901.
13 (grammatically incorrect insertion of a pronoun) But one can grammatically say essentially the same thing in Japanese: 驚いた彼は道を走っていった。 Odoroita kare wa michi o hashitte itta.
14 彼は変だ。 Kare wa hen da. "He's strange."
15 (Daimeishi can be considered a subset of nouns.) Strictly speaking, pronouns do not take modifiers, but Japanese daimeishi do: 背の高い彼 se no takai kare (lit.
16 NBC affiliate KARE has a sprawling broadcasting complex in west suburban Golden Valley.
17 For much of the last two decades, WCCO and KARE have shared in having the most popular evening newscasts of the area channels.
18 The original post office was called Kinsey City and ran from 1881 to 1885, with Kare Kremmling the first postmaster.
19 Well-known aerial footage of the tornado was filmed by a KARE 11 television news helicopter passing through the area.
20 A video of the attempt was broadcast on Minnesota NBC News affiliate KARE 11 and edited by a YouTube user named Physics314Nerd.
21 In modern Japanese, kare (彼) is the male and kanojo (彼女) the female third-person pronouns.
22 Historically, kare was a word in the demonstrative paradigm (i.e., a system involving demonstrative prefixes, ko-, so-, a-, and do-), used to point to an object that is physically far but psychologically near.
23 It was not until the Meiji period that kare and kanojo were commonly used as the masculine and feminine pronoun in the same way as their Western equivalents.
24 In some cases, the program is moved to a sister station of the ABC affiliate to air live instead (for example, until 2011 in the Minneapolis–St. Paul market, when NBC affiliate KARE took over as the local broadcaster of MNF games, if the Minnesota Vikings were playing a game being simulcast on local ABC affiliate KSTP-TV, sister independent station KSTC-TV aired DWTS live).
25 Patassé's mother, Véronique Goumba, belonged to the Kare ethnic group of northwestern Ubangi-Shari.
26 He had the support of most of his own sara-kaba people, the largest ethno-linguistic group in the Central African Republic, as well as the Souma people of his "hometown" of Paoua and the Kare people of his mother.
27 Japanese curry, or karē (カレー), is made from a roux made by frying yellow curry powder, butter or oil, and flour together.
28 Subsequently, those culinary traditions displayed typical Indian culinary influences, such as kare (curry), roti cane and gulai.
29 Amongst these are curry dishes known as kare or gulai, which are rich, coconut-based dishes traditionally made with beef, goat, fish or poultry, but are now also made with tofu, vegetables, and jackfruit.
30 On July 4, 1985, Gannett rebranded Channel 11 as WUSA, but after the company purchased WDVM-TV in Washington, D.C. the same year, it transferred the call letters to that station on July 4, 1986, and changed channel 11's call sign on the same day to the current KARE (acquired from an AM radio station in Atchison, Kansas) that sounds like "care".