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the expression 'bring the whole kiwatt'
used in an invitation to dinner. What's the origin of 'kiwatt.'
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2014/05/29
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What the origin of the word ‘kiwatt’.

2014/05/31
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What part of the world does this come from? I’ve never heard anything like it.

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