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Kel·lie

(kel'ē),
George, 18th-century Scottish anatomist. See: Monro-Kellie doctrine.
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Rosemary, Kellie's aunt and caretaker in Moscow, had told Mark that she received the best care from Fedorenko.
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Kellie - who started her career in ITV's The Upper Hand - went straight from playing Me Julie in Ali G in Da House to taking on the role of lesbian City fraudster Cassie Tyler in Bad Girls.
In two episodes, 24-year-old Kellie - who plays medical student Lucy Knight - will be seen by the show's millions of fans dying after becoming brain dead and slipping into a coma.
Seeking peace and quiet, Betty (Kellie Overbey) rents a room in a seaside cottage whose other occupants all turn out to be loony tunes.
Kellie Wilson, 32, has been unable to hear since the age of four and has become a proficient lip reader.