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n. pl.1.See Kie, Ky, and Kine.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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And Sing Kee could have sold at fifty cents and made money.
"There was a failure of potatoes in other districts, and a corner, and in some strange way Sing Kee was dead on.
Having started the season on loan at Torquay, Kee scored 12 goals in his first 17 league games for Burton and Brewers manager Gary Rowett called him "the most potent striker in the division until his injury."
Kee's clients bought the apartment for its asking price, $2.15 million, in an all-cash deal.
Kia Motors Corporation (Kia) (KSE: 000270), a South Korea-based automaker, is planning to develop a production version of its Kee concept vehicle.
[3] After fleeing from the Fishes, Theo takes Kee and Miriam to safety at Jasper's home.
Liverpool crown court heard mentally-ill Kee had binged on pounds 1,000 worth of cocaine in the four days before he gunned down his stepfather, Thomas Grundy.
Kee, of no fixed address, is awaiting assessment at Scott Clinic in Rainhill.
The court held, inter alia, that it had to conclude that the language of the settlement proposal filed by the hospital limited recovery against the hospital to claims arising in relation to this case, and in no way interfered with the Kees' ability to recover against any third party.
Mr Kee hopes to build on George Eliot Hospital's recent improvements in infection control.
Everyday staffers are curious about whether or not Kee will be replaced or if it will it be a continuation of what happened when Daniel Finney left the newspaper under a cloud of blogs.
Echoing the view of authorities, Kee blamed the latest attack on rebels from the Free Aceh Movement (GAM) seeking funds for their battle for an independent Aceh state in Indonesia's Sumatra Island.