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kiley

(ˈkaɪlɪ)
n
(Arms & Armour (excluding Firearms)) a variant spelling of kylie
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Noun1.kiley - an Australian boomerang; one side flat and the other convex
boomerang, throw stick, throwing stick - a curved piece of wood; when properly thrown will return to thrower
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Agency worker Darran Kiley, 49, was working in The Kingsway on October 29, and was about to go for breakfast.
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Michael Kiley and John Roberts simulate leading macroeconomic models, including the Fed's own forecasting model, assuming that the Fed maintains its current inflation target of 2 percent.
Kiley, Lyla's mum, said her daughter had seen a WaterAid advert on television and wanted to help people who didn't have access to clean drinking water.
All this takes the form of a collection of letters between Charles Kiley and Billee Gray.
The dramatic series offers moments of comedy, and manages to illustrate the irony of self-perception being both the principal conflict and the only evident solution for its main character, played by Kiley.
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Maynard secured the victory with an interception by junior Cal Howes and a fumble recovery by senior captain Bryan Kiley in the last five minutes.
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Paul Kiley, 66, of Tonteg said he watched his wife Janet suffer in "extreme pain" before she passed away on June 7, 2010.