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kemp

(kɛmp)
n
(Textiles) a coarse hair or strand of hair, esp one in a fleece that resists dyeing
[C14: from Old Norse kampr beard, moustache]
ˈkempy adj
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"I've allowed Kempy, and I've done this before, a bit more time,'' he said.
"I don't know what I've done to suffer Kempy again but I suppose I will have to put up with him," said Pulis.
short, stained kempy) mohair be removed from the main lines and that different grades are kept completely separate.
Bethany Kemp (@Krazy_ Kempy), said: "It's ridiculous, haven't had a signal since 1pm.
"Kempy was with us previously but joined Banbury in the Premier Division last season and had a great time.
"Maggsy, Westy, Kempy and John Caves are working tirelessly and if we show the same effort as those guys do then we have got nothing to worry about."
Highland Emergency Five, 8pm While en route to a special lunch in honour of Kempy's last shift, the RAF guys are diverted to rescue a fallen climber with a suspected head injury.
Growers need to separate that kempy wool out," Bannowsky says.
"He had a go at Kempy and I just turned around and supported Kempy," he said.