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kyne

(kaɪn)
pl n
(Animals) archaic poetic cows
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Ten years ago today, Jamie Kyne, 18, and Jan Wilson, 19, were killed in a fire in Norton, near Malton, that was started by Peter Brown, who was convicted of manslaughter eight months later.
24 May 2019 - New York, US-based communications agency Evoke has acquired Dublin-based specialty health communications agency KYNE, the company said.
M2 EQUITYBITES-May 24, 2019-Evoke Acquires KYNE Specialty Health Communications Agency to Form Evoke KYNE
Irish Minister of Municipal Development, Natural Resources and Digital Development SeA n Kyne will visit the Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Forestry, the Ministry of Environment and Water, the Ministry of Transport, Information Technology and Communications as well as the National Assembly.
DECLAN KYNE believes Galway have the beating of Dublin on a given day, despite their All-Ireland semifinal mauling last year.
Two years ago Milly Kyne, a young volunteer at Newcastle's Hat-Trick charity was awarded the honour.
Leominster coach Chris Kyne, in his second season as the Blue Devils' coach, understands this.
POSITIONED IN a packed NOC programme as the middle of three keynote speakers, Pathfinder Healthcare Developments CEO, Dee Kyne gave delegates a passionate call to action.
The relatives of Jamie Kyne, 18, and Jan Wilson, 19, said Peter Brown had robbed the families of "two wonderfully young people who had so much to live for".
Peta Jane Kyne of Ffordd Caernarfon, Felinheli admitted breaching a noise abatement notice issued by Gwynedd Council last September when she appeared at Caernarfon Magistrates Court yesterday.
Peter Brown, 37, is accused of setting light to a block of flats in Norton, Yorkshire, and murdering Jamie Kyne, 18, of Kiltrogue, Co Galway, and Jan Wilson, 19, of Forfar, Angus.
The blaze claimed the lives of apprentice jockeys Jamie Kyne, 18, and Miss Wilson, 19.