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  1. Kismet is a city in Seward County, Kansas, United States. As of the census, the city population was Kismet is located at 37°12′18″N °42′4″W / °N °W / ; (, ).
  2. Kismet PEO is a professional employer organization in Western PA. Let us help with your admin, compliance, and risks so you can grow your business.
  3. KISMET means fate, or good karma. This is the heart of our philosophy, and is in the food that we hope may nurture and inspire a whole community. KISMET is a farm to table restaurant, chef owned and operated since Our menus are created with whole foods and we are proud to accommodate special diets including vegan, paleo, and gluten free.
  4. kis·met (kĭz′mĕt′, -mĭt) n. Fate; fortune. [Turkish, from Persian qismat, from Arabic qisma, qismat-, lot, from qasama, to divide, allot; see qsm in Semitic roots.] kismet (ˈkɪzmɛt; ˈkɪs-) n 1. (Islam) Islam the will of Allah 2. fate or destiny [C from Turkish, from Persian qismat, from Arabic qasama he divided] kis•met (ˈkɪz mɪt.
  5. Kismet Has Arabic Roots Is it your fate to tie macramé while drinking coffee and eating sherbet in a minaret? That would be an unusual destiny, but if it turns out to be your kismet, you will owe much to Turkish and Arabic. We borrowed kismet .
  6. 1 day ago · Which is why I knew I had to check out Kismet Rotisserie the last time I was in Los Angeles. It’s run by two very talented chefs, Sara Kramer and Sarah Hymanson—the duo behind Kismet.
  7. Dec 23,  · Storyline Like a tale spun by Scheherazade, Kismet follows the remarkable and repeated changes of fortune that engulf a poor poet. It all happens in one incredible day when Kismet (Fate) takes a hand. Written by Betty Frayne/10(K).
  8. Kismet, KS Staving off nursing home abuse in Kismet {state_abrv} by choosing an appropriate facility that will support residents’ rights and maintain basic human dignity.
  9. The events in Kismet, though complete fantasy, were said to be "in the time of the Arabian Nights." The Arabian Nights stories were certainly enjoying popularity in the 12th-century, at least in the Middle East. Prince Igor, the Arabian Nights and Kismet were all possibly set in the same fantastical 12th-century/5().

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