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kaas

(kɑːs)
n
a Dutch-style cabinet or wardrobe
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Based on the bestselling novel by Danish writer Christian Jungersen, it follows Frederik (Nikolaj Lie Kaas), a headmaster put on trial for embezzling millions from his school.
CMFG Ventures has invested in companies such as MortgageHippo, Align Income Share Funding and CUnExus, Kaas noted.
"It would be almost a waste of resources for a store like ours to convert to a nonprofit just to continue doing the same thing," Kaas said.
The championship is also covered by beIN Sports, Al Kaas and Al Dawry sports channels.
It summarizes information concerning the known polyplacophoran species: Lepidochitona rolani Kaas & Strack, 1986, Chiton lyratus Sowerby, 1840, Chiton canariensis d'Orbigny, 1839, and Notoplax productus (Carpenter in Pilsbry, 1892).
Widad was born in Aleppo, Syria on November 5, 1932 to AbdulJaleel Atmaj and Zakia Kaas. She married Abdulnour Bakkal in 1952 in Syria; together they lived happily until he preceded her into eternal rest in 1981.
The hero of the story, Inspector Carl M0rck (Nikolaj Lie Kaas) was shot in the line of duty and on his return to work finds he has been reclassified to the newly created Department Q.
He has also been touring for the last six years with French superstar Patricia Kaas. It really is a hell of a sound - and the guys are from Liverpool - which is a plus."
Frank Sinatra and very often it's Edith Piaf and Patricia Kaas. What book's on your bedside table?
Moxhull Hall Hotel owner Bobbie Kalavanas said: "Our events manager Gary Kaas suggested supporting St Giles Hospice.