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Kel·lie

(kel'ē),
George, 18th-century Scottish anatomist. See: Monro-Kellie doctrine.
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They added: "There's been a lot of interest in it and now Kellie is hoping to secure a commission.
Kellie, from Solihull, was even sent home after an hospital X-ray when staff said there was nothing wrong, despite her previously battling skin cancer.
Brandon's first wife Kellie was now married to Shawn, and they had two children of their own - but the two couples still disagreed about visitation rights.
Kellie, of GraceKellie Photography, says to get the perfect foetal position, post birth, the baby should be photographed in its first ten days.
The Wanted's Jay McGuiness, presenter Anita Rani, ex-Corrie star Georgia May Foote and news reader Katie Derham joined Kellie in the dance for survival.
Explaining what an achievement her semi-final place is, Kellie said: "I've had a left hip issue since the cha-cha in week two and it's never really gone away.
But Kellie, 39, said: "Linda can't talk about it now as it would just be a bit weird.
Under the guidance of David, Kellie has followed rigorous herbal, supplemental, energetic and dietary recommendations that have saved her life.
Her astonishing confession saw Kellie become the most high profile British sports personality to embark on a sex change.
Kellie Phillips, a senior nursing student at Montana State University (MSU) graduating in May, was nominated by Terry Lee Altemus, BSN, BA, MPH, Nurse Mentor for the Caring for Our Own Program (COOP) at MSU.
Kellie suffered from stiff person syndrome, a rare neurological disorder which results in rigidity of the body and increasing amount of chronic pain.