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Kyd

or Kid  (kĭd), Thomas 1558-1594.
English dramatist whose only surviving play, The Spanish Tragedy (c. 1584), appears to have significantly influenced Shakespeare's Hamlet.
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Kyd

(kɪd) or

Kid

n
(Biography) Thomas. 1558–94, English dramatist, noted for his revenge play The Spanish Tragedy (1586)
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Kyd

(kɪd)

n.
Thomas, 1558–94, English playwright.
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PEELE, GREENE, AND KYD. Of the most important early contemporaries of Shakspere we have already mentioned two as noteworthy in other fields of literature.
In Figure 1(a), the distribution of KYDS group and HC group differed obviously, although partially overlapped.
These results (Figures 1(b) and 1(c)) demonstrated the existence of different plasma biological signatures between infertile males in the KYDS group and fertile males in the HC group.