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Definition funny of Kimon:

urbanKimon (noun) Kimonus Eruptus(in latyn) Kimon, is a name for a godlike creature. It's known to bend time and space with his physical strenght. They often haunt the same spot and are likely to interact with any living being. Most Kimon's are positive and friendly.

urbanOnly kimon could pull that off

songs

Songs about Kimon:

songsKimon by D=OUT from the Album Carnival Ukiyo

songsKimon by Africa Massiv Rex from the Album Hit List

songsKimon by D=OUT from the Album Carnival Ukiyo

songsKimon by A Muraqaeda from the Album menarche

songsTitanium & Ghostwitaz (feat. Kimon) [Explicit] by Ghostwritaz from the Album Self Portraits [Explicit]

books

Books about Kimon:

booksKimon: Webster's Timeline History, 476 BC - 2006 by Icon Group International (Apr 16, 2009)

booksHellanikos, Thukydides and the Era of Kimon by Johan Henrik Schreiner (Dec 1, 1997)

booksThe Kimon Friar Lectures in Modern Greek Art and Letters - 1997: Stratis Haviaras: Millennial Afterlives by Kimon Friar (1997)

booksThe Kimon Friar Lectures in Modern Greek Art and Letters - 1999: Stavros Deligiorgis: Kimon Friar and the Graphic... by Kimon Friar (1999)

booksThe Kimon Friar Lectures in Modern Greek Art and Letters - 2001: Marianne Moore: Transformations by Kimon Friar (2001)

booksThe Kimon Friar Lectures in Modern Greek Art and Letters - 2003: Kimon Friar: The Stone Eyes of Medusa by Kimon Friar (2003)

booksKIMON FRIAR & THE GRAPHIC ARTS by Stavros Deligiorgis (1999)

movies

Movies about Kimon:

moviesDir en grey: Kimon 2002 - Runtime: 40 mins Starring: Dir en grey

moviesDir en Grey: Kimon -

wiki

Wiki information Kimon:

Kimono

The kimono is a Japanese traditional garment. The word "kimono", which literally means a "thing to wear", has come to denote these full-length robes. The standard plural of the word kimono in English is kimonos, but the unmarked Japanese plural...

Kimon Georgiev
Politician, Person, Deceased Person

Kimon Georgiev Stoyanov was a Bulgarian general who was Prime Minister of Bulgaria from 1934 to 1935 and again from 1944 to 1946.