"K" for "Kicking."
"K" for "Kick Ball."

Swim kicking is an example of plenty of kicking that happens in a lot of sports. In a running race, the "kick" is the final burst of speed as the finish line nears. Professional runners and those that want to win races need to have an exceptional kick, and that comes with lots of fitness and knowing yourself and your limits, then going beyond them.
"K" for "Karaoke"
In karaoke, getting kicked off the stage isn't a good thing.

"K" for "Kick"

"K" for "Kilometer"
Camp Faison student mentions Kayak, Knee pads.

"K" for "Kilomter"

"K" for "Kick"

"K" for "Karate."
Karate lessons is a good place to learn how to kick too.

"K" for "Kick" artists.

"K" is for "Kick." Jashauh knows that the kick is one of the best ways to propel oneself in the water. Close lips, get flat like a boat, and kick.

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"K" for "Kick Ball"

Kenylah

"K" for "Keneth."

Kyla

Kaliyah

Kamren

Keneliah

Khwan

Kiera

Kencraveyon

Kendrell

Kanylah

Kamaal

Keimoni

Khiron

Kiaira

Kyrique

Keheng

Keasia

Kaizen, defined


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