kye


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kye

(kaɪ)
n
(Agriculture) (functioning as plural) a Scottish and Northern English variant of kine

kye

(keɪ)
n.
a private Korean-American banking club to which members pay contributions and from which they may take out loans, usu. to start small businesses.
[1985–90; < Korean]
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The victim claimed she had no idea her close friend Gayle and her "fiance" Kye were the same person - or that the prosthetic sex toy was not a real penis throughout around 10 sexual encounters.
A court heard she spent two years posing as Kye after creating a "disturbingly complex" fake profile on Facebook.
The defendant spent "hundreds" of hours talking on the telephone to her friend as Kye and more than 100 hours in each other's company.
All she wanted was to lay Kye to rest and she fought so hard to get his ashes back.
Kye came to us from a local dog pound as concerns were raised that he wasn't coping so well in kennels and may need veterinary treatment.
Little Kye has a habit of getting out of bed and curling up on the floor during the night, his mum said.
The court heard that the alleged victim received a Facebook friend request in 2011 from a Kye Fortune who purported to be a half-Filipino, half-Latino young male.
Kye is thought to have bought industrial pumps to empty water from the house in Chertsey, Surrey.
Nearest the pins: Kye Ingham (hole 12) & Ali Jassim (hole 16).
People can complain about my decision but, at the end of the day, if they really wanted Kye in then they should've voted.
But Kye admits he is shocked by the new label because he never had any confidence in the way he looked.
Kye told the judges: "I don't just want the songs I write to end up on pads of paper around my flat, you know, I want to be heard.