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What does KET stand for?
KET stands for Kentucky Educational Television
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We have 14 other meanings of KET in our Acronym Attic
- Kidder Emmons Senior Services (North Dakota)
- Kinetic Energy Storage System (Urenco Power Technologies Limited)
- Kuriakose Elias Service Society (India)
- Kuroshio Extension System Study
- Keystone English Springer Spaniel Club, Inc (Pennsylvania)
- Kenya Education Sector Support Programme (Ministry of Education, Kenya)
- Koorie Education Strategy Team (Australia)
- King Edward's School (Witley, UK)
- Knowledge Exploitation South West (UK)
- Katedra Energetickej Techniky (Slovak: Department of Energy Techniques; University of Zilina)
- Key Enabling Technology
- Key English Test
- Kinetic Energy Transfer
- Kodály Educators of Texas
- Korea Electric Terminal Co., Ltd. (est. 1973; South Korea)
- Knee Extension Torque/Body Mass Ratio
- Kansas Electric Transmission Authority (Topeka, KS)
- Kerala Electrical Traders Association (India)
- Kiwi Exporters to Australia (New Zealand)
- Kentucky Education Technology Conference
Samples in periodicals archive:
The program caught the attention of our local Kentucky Educational Television (KET) station.
Kentucky Educational Television spokesman Tim Bischoff told The Kentucky Enquirer that College Courses will stop airing after the fall 2008 semester.
Kentucky Educational Television (KET) has launched a digital broadcast system that could serve as a model communications network for regional and national homeland security preparedness.
The KWTC conducts a quarterly series called "Get Ready for International Trade Sessions" (GRITS), which is staged centrally and broadcasts over the Kentucky Educational Television network to 16 sites in the state.