Synonyms for khs or Related words with khs

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Examples of "khs"
Members of the public can purchase KHS memberships, which support the efforts of the KHS and gain members the benefit of free admission to the KHS history campus and reduced admission to KHS events and programs.
Performing arts at KHS include the Kingwood Mighty Mustang Military Marching Band, along with the programs of the KHS Theater Department, Orchestra, and Choir.
In 1985 KHS established the Musix company. KHS established Altus Co., Ltd. to manufacture professional flutes in 1990, and acquired Ross Mallet Instruments in 1994.
KHS was first founded with the "Wan Wu" name in Taiwan in 1930 by Tsu-Cheng Hsieh as an educational products company and was renamed to KHS in 1945. KHS stands for "Kung Hsue She" which means a company helping schools and culture. KHS started harmonica production in 1956 and started band instrument production a year later in 1957. By 1980 KHS was a full-scale musical instrument manufacturer and the Jupiter brand was started to market a complete line of wind instruments and percussion. In 1985 KHS established the Musix company and KHS acquired Altus flutes in 1990, Ross Mallet Instruments in 1994 and Hohner/Sonor percussion in 1997. Altus flute employees and specialists from Japan worked as KHS technical advisors.
KHS Corpoplast and KHS Plasmax in Hamburg are focused on stretch blow molding and barrier technologies and the development of new types of plastic bottle.
KHS offers the following extra curricular activities:
Kankakee High School (KHS) is a public secondary school in Kankakee, Illinois and is part of the Kankakee School District 111. KHS serves grades nine through twelve.
Leblanc added the KHS company of Taiwan as a source for Vito saxophones in 1981. The KHS versions were sold as models 7133, 7136, 7140, and 7190.
KHS Bicycles, Inc. of Los Angeles, California is the designer and U.S. distributor of KHS Bicycles, Manhattan Cruisers and Free Agent BMX Bicycles. KHS stands for Knowledge, Health, and Strength. Founded in 1974 by Wen Hsieh, the KHS bicycle brand is a part of the KHS Co. Ltd., and UEC (United Engineering Cooperation) which manufactures bicycles, motorcycles and Yamaha musical instruments in wholly owned factories located in Taiwan. KHS, Inc. was founded and is located in Southern California. As of 2016 KHS makes more than 90 models of KHS bicycles, 26 models of Free Agent BMX Bicycles, and 25 models of Manhattan Cruisers to serve the needs of recreational as well as enthusiast cyclists in over 33 countries around the world. Making more than 130,000 bicycles a year, KHS Bicycles has many innovative models. Such as mountain & road bikes in XXL & XXXL models for the extra tall cycling enthusiasts. KHS employs 120 associates in Taiwan, as well as 55 associates in the USA. KHS Inc. is also a major distributor for various Parts and Accessories manufacturers in the USA.
KHS Co. Ltd. Was founded in 1953 as part of the KHS Group, privately held by the Hsieh Family. The initial product produced by KHS was motorcycles under Yamaha license. In 1974, the KHS bicycle division was established with technical cooperation from Sukosha of Japan. In 1987, the KHS Co. and Yamaha of Japan established a joint venture operation in order to increase production capacity and explore new markets around the world. Consequently, motorcycles are now exported to Greece, Portugal, Italy, India and Japan. United Engineering Corp. was established in 1988. Formerly known as the KHS Bicycle Factory, United Engineering Corp. now manufactures KHS bicycles, as well as bicycles for other companies throughout the world.
Grishuk coaches at the KHS Arena in Anaheim, California.
The members of the Supervisory Board of KHS GmbH are
In October 2000, several KHS-TV students covered President Bill Clinton's trip to Kingston. Clinton said "Wake Up, KHS!" as he toured Washington Avenue, behind George Washington School, and later did an impromptu interview with several students at the Kingston Airport. Clinton also signed a poster with KHS-TV's original logo.
In 2016, KHS alumnus and author Ernest Hebert spoke to students in the Cheshire Career Center's Television Production Program and KHS A.P. U.S. History students as part of a project for the Cheshire Historical Society.
KHS was first founded with the "Wan Wu" (萬屋株式會社) name in Taiwan in 1930 as an educational products company and was renamed to KHS in 1945.
KHS started harmonica production in 1956 and started band instrument production a year later in 1957.
Between 1941 and 1946, Wilson was also Honorary Surgeon to the King (KHS).
During the 2001-2002 season, the KHS Basketball team was the Pennsylvania AAA State Basketball champion.
KHS is part of the DoDEA (Department of Defense Education Activity) as well as DoDDS (Department of Defense Dependents Schools) system. KHS is located in the Kaiserslautern District, one of the six European school districts run by DoDEA, and is one of the largest DoDDS schools by population in Europe. KHS serves students of the KMC (Kaiserslautern Military Community). With approximately 50,000 American inhabitants, KMC is the largest community of Americans outside the continental US.
May, 1998: 551 seniors graduated from KHS at the Astro Hall in Houston.