Kate Smith

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Noun1.Kate Smith - United States singer noted for her rendition of patriotic songs (1909-1986)
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Interestingly, the same edition of the paper had a story about a lady called Kate Smith who has lost 15 stone with Slimming World.
Among the 50 was Abbott and Costello's first recorded broadcast of Who's on First?, from the Kate Smith show in 1938.
Kate Smith, CCW marine conservation officer, said: ``The area supports rare and vulnerable plants and animals and water clarity is one of the most important factors.
Kate Smith, head of pensions at Aegon, says: "Someone on an average salary of PS27,000 will have lost a minimum of PS635 in employer contributions and PS127 tax top-up from the Government.
Kate Smith, of Liberty Property Trust UK, which develops and manages Blythe Valley Park in partnership with Doughty Hanson & Co Real Estate, said: "We wanted all the agents in the region just to see the extent of the development opportunities we have here - and they certainly know the plots very well know.''
Wishing (If I had a Photograph of You), which reached the UK Top 10 for Liverpool band, A Flock of Seagulls, in 1982, was newly arranged and sung by Liverpool musician, Kate Smith, pictured, especially for the It's Liverpool campaign film.
New base: Kate Smith, of Liberty Property Trust, with Paul Bates and Lesley Bevan, from Esko Artwork.
Pupil Kate Smith, nine, said: "On school days I like to eat toast but at the weekend I have a cooked breakfast.
Leamington 2nds remain deep in relegation trouble after suffering a 3-1 defeat against Warwick University despite a Turner consolation and an outstanding midfield display by Kate Smith.
BUNDLES OF JOY: Jack Stephen O'Donnell, top, with his mum Rachel and ,from left,Alysha Rose Robinson, Isobel Arnold Grace and her mum Donna and Kate Smith the first born at Liverpool Women's Hospital; Picture: COLIN LANE
Foreign Office Director for the Americas Kate Smith said: "Mexico and Colombia are among our close relationships and the ones which we have the greatest degree of like-mindedness across a range of issues."
Pictured are Ken Barker, Martin Conlon (both Shirley Lions Club), Kate Smith (Liberty Property Trust UK), Clare Gadd, James Watkins (both Marie Curie) and Steve Bosworth (Virgin Active).