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Now, more than 1 million people have registered for Zwift, an app where they can obsess daily over their watts per kilo, heart rate, and cadence.
“The type of graphene we are looking at for packaging will currently cost in bulk around $200 per kilo,” says Juliussen.Graphene gets real: Meet the entrepreneurs bringing the wonder substance to market|David Meyer|December 13, 2020|Fortune
Just a few months ago, an average chicken cost 110 rubles per kilo and Monday it is 130 rubles.
Greason said that an old-fashioned NASA-type government launch costs between $5000 and $8000 per kilo.
This defendant was charged with having a kilo of heroin, serious dealer weight, but he had not been indicted.A Sax Player, Then a Suspect After Philip Seymour Hoffman’s Final Act|Michael Daly|February 7, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The best horsetail hair comes from Latin America, at $25 a kilo.Savoir Beds’ Royal State Bed: Just Perfect, If You Have $175,000|Daniel Gross|June 27, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Rhino horn can fetch up to $60,000 per kilo on the black market.William Attacks 'Selfish and Ignorant' Rhino Poachers|Tom Sykes|June 19, 2012|DAILY BEAST
In twenty years the average price fell from about 235 to 135 marks the 1000 kilo.
On the other side of the fire, reclining upon his elbow, the gnome Kilo is poking the coals with a stick.The Saxons|Edwin Davies Schoonmaker
One kilo of indigo yields in this manner a very concentrated vat of from 10 to 15 litres.
Look at those great clusters of dates—ten francs a kilo, and we pay sixteen.Sea and Sardinia|D. H. Lawrence
Let those who haste to decry modern institutions remember that to-day you can buy bread in Tournus for a few sous the kilo.Burgundy: The Splendid Duchy|Percy Allen