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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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Commanding officer Captain Jerry Kyd told the BBC that the carrier "sends the right signals to our allies and indeed potentially to our enemies that we mean business."
Doing Kyd is dedicated to the late Philip Edwards, editor of the 1959 Revels edition of The Spanish Tragedy.
Captain Kyd said: "As a naval officer I always want more ships and more aircraft carriers, but I can't see in the foreseeable future two more ships of this scale being built in the United Kingdom.
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"One of the most interesting collaborations Shakespeare had was with Thomas Kyd, who wrote a tragedy called The Spanish Tragedy - a story of revenge that really set the style for revenge tragedies like Hamlet.
Washington, August 18 ( ANI ): An English professor has claimed that he has found evidence suggesting that he five additional passages in Thomas Kyd's 'The Spanish Tragedy?' has indeed been written by William