Synonyms for kyoo or Related words with kyoo

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Examples of "kyoo"
Han Kyoo-hee (; born March 29, 1944 – died December 18, 2014) is a South Korean voice actor.
KYOO is a radio station airing a country music format, simulcasting KYOO-FM 99.1 Halfway, Missouri. The station is licensed to Bolivar, Missouri, broadcasting on 1200 kHz AM. The station is owned by Dennis Benne, through licensee Benne Broadcasting of Bolivar, LLC.
On October 10, 1989, KYOO-FM 106.3 was sold. The station was moved to 105.9 and became the current KGBX-FM primarily serving Springfield.
And there is the very intriguing paper "The Coevolution of Parochial Altruism and War" by Jung-Kyoo Choi and Samuel Bowles. From their summary:
The station went on the air as KBLR-FM on April 23, 1979. On July 18, 1979, the station changed its call letters to KYOO-FM. This station served the Bolivar, Missouri area but could be heard in Springfield.
He had two birth names: as Brian Gintaek Joo for American, and Joo Jin-taek () for Korean. Later, he changed both of his real names to Brian Minkyu Joo for American and Joo Min-kyoo () for Korean.
Shin Yung-Kyoo (born 30 March 1942) is a North Korean football defender who played for North Korea in the 1966 FIFA World Cup. He also played for Moranbong Sports Team.
Dacula (duh-KYOO-luh) is a city in Gwinnett County, Georgia, United States. The population as of the 2010 census was 4,442, and the U.S. Census Bureau estimated the population to be 5,330 as of 2015.
Lee Young-Hwa, Hwangbo Young, Kim Eun-Jin, Choi Bo-Young, Jo Kyoo-Young, Lee Kyou-Sun, Ko Chea-Ryung, Han Soo-Jin, Han Jae-Yeon, Park Da-Yun, Hong Yong-Joo, Shin So-Jung, Yong Hwa-Yeon, Ahn Kun-Young, Lee Min-Ji, Lee Yeon-Jeong, Han Do-Hee, Ko Hye-In
The Aquarium also houses 6 northern fur seals ("Meechi", "Tikva", "Tuku", "Kyoo", "Aya", and "Ani"), and four female Steller sea lions ("Willo", "Ashby", "Rogue", and "Izzy"). The sea lions actually belong to the University of British Columbia, and are part of a research program aimed at studying the causes for the collapse of the Steller sea lion population in Alaska.
The organization was created in 2004 pursuant to Article 9 of the Act on Internet Address Resources (passed on July 30, 2004), and subsumed the Korea Network Information Center, previously a non-profit organization founded in 1999. The president of the organization as of November 2008 was Dr. Park Syung-Kyoo.
Lee Jae-kyoo (born October 7, 1970) is a South Korean TV and film director. Lee directed the television series "Damo" (2003), "Fashion 70's" (2005), "Beethoven Virus" (2008), and "The King 2 Hearts" (2012), as well as the online movie "The Influence" (2010) and "The Fatal Encounter" (2014).
He continued training at Majang, Seongdong, Seoul in 1957. Who were joining Oh at that time, were also early hapkido practitioners Hwang Deok-Kyoo (; latter day president of the Korea Hapkido Association), Kim Yong-Jin (; founder of the Ulji Kwan), Kang Jong-Soo (), Kim Yong-Whan and Lee Tae-Joon.
This is the feature film debut of director Lee Jae-kyoo; he previously helmed the television series "Damo" (2003), "Fashion 70's" (2005), "Beethoven Virus" (2008), and "The King 2 Hearts" (2012), as well as the online movie "The Influence" (2010).
Jae-gyu, also spelled Jae-kyu or Jae-kyoo, is a Korean unisex given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 20 hanja with the reading "jae" and 20 hanja with the reading "gyu" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Originally the only good thing about Bolivar Missouri, once a great Classic Rock station, KYOO-FM became a radio station airing entirely country music format licensed to Half Way, Missouri, broadcasting on 99.1 MHz FM. The station is owned by Dennis Benne, through licensee Benne Broadcasting of Bolivar, LLC.
The title was instituted on 8 October 1966 by the Supreme People's Assembly. Its establishment was prompted by the North Korea national football team's success in the 1966 FIFA World Cup, where it had reached the quarter-final stage in July. The first people to receive the title were members of the team Pak Doo-ik and Shin Yung-kyoo, as well as Sin Kim-dan, a runner.
By 1965, Ji had received a position as hapkido instructor for the presidential guard at the Blue House and he thereby became acquainted with Park Jong-Kyoo (), the Head of Security Forces for the country. Unhappy with his lack of input in the Daehan Kido Hwe, with political connections and an ever growing support from his Sung Moo Kwan students he decided to form his own organization the Korea Hapkido Association (Daehan Hapkido Hyub Hwe; ). Kim Woo-Joong (), the president of the Daewoo corporation, was elected the KHA's first president.
The natives of the planet appear human, with deceptively primitive-looking technology and a barbaric culture, which satirically resembles that of humans. They are telepathic; the only spoken words normally used in their culture are “ku” (koo) and “kyu” (kyoo), the latter being a swear word. However, the Plukanians are able to quickly adapt to understand and speak Russian and Georgian. The society of Pluke is divided into two categories: "Chatlanians" and "Patsaks". The difference is ascertained only by means of a small handheld device ("visator"), similar to flash drive in appearance; when pointed at a member of the Chatlanian group, an orange light on the device comes on; when pointed at a member of the Patsak group, a green light comes on. It is also noted that the social differences between Patsaks and Chatlanians are not constant: Pluke being a Chatlanian planet, so Chatlanians are privileged, and a system of rituals must be followed by the Patsaks to show flattery; but there are Patsak planets where Patsaks hold the upper hand and Chatlanians are subservient. The visator shows that Uncle Vova and the Violinist are Patsaks.
After less than a year he decided to relocate to Seoul, the nation's capital, in 1957. There he founded the Sung Moo Kwan (), which would become an influential "kwan", or school of hapkido, producing many of the important teachers of the art. His first student was Hwang Deok-Kyoo (; founder of the Korean Hapkido Association) followed shortly after by Myung Kwang-Sik (; founder of the World Hapkido Federation), Lee Tae-Jun, Kang Jeong-soo. In 1958 students Kim Yong-Jin (), Jeong Won-Seon (; Retired 2007-taught in Rockford, Illinois) Han Bong-soo (of Billy Jack movie fame and founder of the International Hapkido Federation), Choi Sea-Oh (First man to teach hapkido in the U.S.) and Myung Jae-Nam (; Founder of the Korea-based International Hapkido Federation and Hankido). It was around this time that Ji began to use the name "hapkido" to promote the art, shortened from the original "Hap Ki Yu Kwon Sool (; 合氣柔拳術)" name employed at the first school run by Choi Yong-Sool and Seo Bok-Seob in Daegu in 1951.