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kane

(ˈkɑːneɪ; ˈkɑːniː)
n
(Classical Myth & Legend) (in Hawaiian mythology)the god of procreation
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It is even possible that the Selenites have already planted the flag on one of their poles, while Franklin, Ross, Kane, Dumont, d'Urville, and Lambert have never yet been able to attain that unknown point of the terrestrial globe.
That means that the Kane County Health Department and its partners are in the process of completing a Community Health Assessment and creating a Community Health Improvement Plan.
Kane sat on the turf initially before jumping to his feet and putting his hand on the back of his leg with a slight grimace as he spoke to boss Mauricio Pochettino.
Harry Kane might consider PS120,000 a week is plenty for him and his family to live on and might not give a hoot about salaries elsewhere.
Kane, a Republican, filed his candidacy with the Knox County Election Commission and has hired a treasurer to facilitate his campaign.
McCabe said he hates to "throw asparagus at anybody," but Tim Kane "got lost in the shuffle.
What has transpired with Attorney General Kane is unfortunate.
Kane was promoting the latest Last Shadow Puppets album in an interview with journalist Rachel Brodsky from the SPIN music website.
And Friday in Calgary, Kane was alone at his locker, awaiting the swarm of reporters who would enter -- just as he did two days before in Edmonton.
Both men were comic-book royalty, but Kane spent much of the ride needling Lee, reveling in the knowledge that the Dark Knight had made it to the silver screen before Stan's own co-creation, "Spider-Man.
Kane conducted an online survey of West Point graduates from six different classes at different stages of their careers.
In addition to his parents, he is survived by his maternal grandparents, Kathleen Kane of Clinton and William Kane of Worcester; paternal grandparents, Gerry and Carole Gaw of Clinton; maternal great-grandmothers Joanne O'Malley and Jane Kane, both of Clinton; paternal great-grandparents Martin and Helen McNamara of Clinton; aunts and uncles, Erin Kane of Worcester, Eddie Kane, Michael Gaw and Bryan Gaw, all of Clinton; and numerous cousins, notably Bailey Kane and Andrew Bourque.