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Katastate
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Katastate: (Physiol.) A substance formed by a katabolic process opposed to anastate. See Katabolic.
Kate Winslet
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Kate Winslet: (born 1975) English film actress who starred in "Titanic"
Katerina
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Katerina: Female first name Hurricane Katerina, devastating and most destructive hurricane ever in the United States that hit the Mississippi and Louisiana states (and o
Kathakali
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Kathakali: Expressive form of drama from Kerala in India that interprets tales from Hindu classical literature using dance and mime
Katharsis
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Katharsis: Purging, purification (Medicine) emotional cleansing through drama (Psychiatry) relief of tension and anxiety through the expression of repressed thoughts and
Katherine Dunham
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Katherine Dunham: (1909-2006) United States dancer and choreographer, one of the first African Americans who attended the University of Chicago and earned bachelor and m
Kathetal
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Kathetal: Making a right angle perpendicular, as two lines or two sides of a triangle, which include a right angle.
Kathetometer
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Kathetometer: Same as Cathetometer.
Kathleen
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Kathleen: Female first name family name town in Florida (USA) town in Georgia (USA)
Kathode
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Kathode: Cathode, negatively-charged electrode, negative pole of a current (Electricity)
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