[ US /ˈkɹɪs/ ]
[ UK /kɹˈɪs/ ]
  1. a Malayan dagger with a wavy blade
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  • choco-lemon's diary choco-lemon's Diaryland Diary nerves up until lunch this was a completely horrible day. it picked up when me, lindsay, and krist stopped at murray to buy a quatch. once we smoked i bowl i felt a million times better. and that scares me. Nerves
  • Dr. Kristina Durante of The University of Texas at Austin and colleagues found that young women felt more attractive when they had high levels of an estrogen known as estradiol, and they acted on those feelings.
  • The document was put together in September of 2000 by The Project for the New American Century, a conservative think-tank fathered by Bill Kristol of the Weekly Standard.
  • jiddu Krishnamurti, lndia-born religious philosop Aman who does not know what passion is will never knowlove because love can come into being only when there is total self aban -donment . 
  • Kristen would run out to get a blood test while I watched an online tutorial; she would pop Clomid while I conjured up the courage to give myself a shot. Times Two
  • For the past three years, Mr. Uluvi ran from pillar to post to get Mr. Krishna's promise redeemed.
  • In the year 2000, all three Laureates presented high resolution structures of ribosomal subunits, Steitz of the large, Ramakrishnan and Yonath of the small ribosomal subunit. The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2009 - Presentation Speech
  • Some of my favorite food bloggerati including Jane Black, Mark Bittman, Tom Philpott, and Kristin Wartman among several others all wrote compelling pieces urging those of us in the "food movement" to start to align ourselves squarely within the ranks of the 99%. Ben Grossman-Cohen: Action > Anger
  • Kristin arranged that a primo surf photographer give some of our group surfing lessons on Manley beach.
  • Kristen Fennimore of New Egypt, N.J., counts herself among the than 35 million Americans plagued by seasonal allergic rhinitis — also known as hay fever, a condition characterized by sneezing, stuffiness, a runny nose and the telltale itchiness in the nose, roof of the mouth, throat, eyes or ears. The nose knows: Allergy season here with vengeance
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