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kibe

(kīb)
n.
A chapped or inflamed area on the skin, especially on the heel, resulting from exposure to cold; an ulcerated chillblain.
A dermatopathy due to cold, damp climates, i.e., in the UK; presumed due to prolonged arteriolar constriction
At risk groups Infants, elderly, alcoholics
Management Proper clothing, smoking cessation, corticosteroids
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Mr Kibe, who was ferrying sand to Nairobi, was Wednesday still stuck next to the washed out part as engineers embarked on major repairs.
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Speaking during a luncheon he hosted for the delegates attending the 2014 ITU Plenipotentiary Conference in Busan, Republic of Korea, Matiangi said Kenya fully endorsed the re-election of Kibe, whose performance in the last four years had been outstanding.
It was this latest assignment, Kibe says, that has been his greatest challenge.
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Aunque las relaciones diplomaticas con Japon se iniciaron en 1868, mas tardiamente que los otros paises europeos, habia aumentado el intercambio comercial con el archipielago desde l870, con los buques espanoles que zarpaban con destino a Yokoama, Kibe y Nagasaki.
A student called Kibe sporting a fedora made out of Kenyan beer cans transforms water bottles into cat proof bird feeders.
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Keating J, Macintyre K, Mbogo CM, Githeko A, Regens JL, Swalm C, Ndenga B, Steinberg LJ, Kibe L, Githure JI, Beier JC.
Today, horticulture leads as the largest contributor to the country's agriculture export earnings," says David Kibe, an economist with the Ministry of Planning and National Development.
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