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kecks

(kɛks) or

keks

pl n
(Clothing & Fashion) dialect Northern English trousers
[C19: from obsolete kicks breeches]
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You have only to look at Keck, who manages the `Trumpet.' I saw him the other day with Hawley.
And millions of female - and male - fans drooled over Cristiano Ronaldo and Essex model David Gandy when they posed in their designer kecks.
JOHN McCRIRICK kecks factor In a scene reminiscent of a horror movie, the TV horse racing pundit went for saggy, see-through pants in Ultimate Big Brother.
London, Oct 10(ANI): After the immense success of Armani kecks, advertised by David Beckham, the England striker has decided to cash on the factor and launch his own range of men's underwear.
"Turnover for Armani men's kecks more than trebled, from about 10 million pounds a year to 32 million pounds, and now David wants to cash in on the effect he has had," the source added.
Dr Hughes also admitted that on three occasions, after consultations, he wrote the words "leather kecks" or "In leather kecks!" in her medical notes.
Leading the pack are the twin 9.8-m Kecks (above) and the 8.2-m Subaru nearby.
The names Keck, Gemini, VLT, Magellan, and Subaru are already well known in the scientific community, but seeing them firsthand is different.
Probably best known among the new behemoths are the twin Keck telescopes.
It came from the combination of ingenuity, monumental advances in computer and electronic technologies, and loads of cold, hard cash--the Keck twins cost more than $150 million.
An amateur's 6-inch telescope often gets to stare through a column of steady air, but that almost never happens for optical giants like the Keck Observatory's twin 10-meter reflectors.
Two solutions have recently been implemented on Keck's respective reflectors.