This defendant was charged with having a kilo of heroin, serious dealer weight, but he had not been indicted.
That about a kilo is at issue in Moldova makes talk of a warhead far off, but it is hardly harmless.
The best horsetail hair comes from Latin America, at $25 a kilo.
Well, sir, kilo is chuck full of Sir Walter; full as a goat.
Magkupras mig ipatimbang, We will make copra to sell by the kilo.
There are chickens and ducks and wild-fowl: at eleven and twelve and fourteen francs a kilo.
kilo rakes a coal from the fire and blows the ashes from it.
kilo knows the civilizing and Christianizing influence of books.
On Tom's kilo there was a small, electrical searchlight which he had not yet switched on.
Tom, with a fierce feeling of resentment at the fellow, was about to shift the course of the kilo, but he was too late.
word-forming element meaning "one thousand," introduced in French 1795, when the metric system was officially adopted there, from Greek khilioi "thousand," of unknown origin.
One thousand (103): kilogram.