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kgf

abbr.
kilogram force
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The new decision increases the limit on total KGF guarantees from TRY10bn to TRY15bn.
The reported conversion of the gold mines into a nuclear waste dump has surprised the KGF residents as well as environmentalists because there had recently been talks of reviving the long closed gold mines into work.
Static loads range from 196 to 887 kgf (432 lbf to 1956 lbf).
Many local people believe that KGF infrastructure could easily absorb a part of the IT industry from Bangalore, easing the pressure on the city.
KGF is Sweden's largest coffee manufacturer, roasting approximately 600,000 bags/year.
KGF expects its R&D operation to roll out and support a tremendous number of new SKUs, more than 600 in 1989-'90 alone.
KGF is consolidating several sales office locations in this move, and is expected to occupy its new space in September.
Joseph Durrett, senior vice president, sales, says the article incorrectly states that KGF has "gone to everyday low pricing.
They have been conducting laboratory test in KGF and we all know that there has been almost closure of (Kolar Gold Fields) and there is every possibility that the Kolar gold field may be used as a dumping yard," Kumar said.
The new accessory operates from ambient temperature up to 100[degrees]C with a maximum capacity of 102 kgf (225 lbf) and a minimum load cell of 10.
KGF contributed the initial capital investment and hired consultants (Pequod Associates, Boston) and contractors (Stahlman Engineering, New London, NH) to assist in-house engineers and project specialists in carrying out the installations.
Taken aback by the prospects of the gold mines turning into a dump yard for hazardous nuclear waste, a number of organisations irrespective of political affiliations commenced a series of protests in the KGF region from November 22.