Kenny


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Ken·ny

(ken'ē),
Elizabeth, Australian nurse, 1880-1952. See: Kenny treatment.

Kenny,

name of a rehabilitation institute in Minneapolis, MN.
Kenny rating - Synonym(s): Kenny self-care evaluation
Kenny score - Synonym(s): Kenny self-care evaluation
Kenny self-care evaluation - a system of numeric ratings for evaluating a patient's ability to perform 17 activities. Synonym(s): Kenny rating; Kenny score
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Kenny got up the next morning, bent down to put on his boots, and his back went.
The next day, as Michael studies his fixtures list, me and Kenny meet in the serene surroundings of Balbirnie House Hotel in the Fife countryside.
Kenny is the co-host on NASCAR Raceday, NASCAR Victory Lane, and NASCAR Coverage on FOX Sports 1 each week.
And now as he prepares to return to work three men who helped Kenny, including his friends Nathan Bell and Anthony Corrie, have been charged with affray.
One-time costs related to the acquisition of Kenny are estimated to be approximately $5 million and will be recorded in the fourth quarter 2012.
Kenny was painfully shy and incredibly private, as viewers will discover this week in a new BBC dramatisation of his life and career as cutting-edge comic and radio DJ.
Bauge asked Kenny three questions in the post-race press conference, relating to the 24-year-old's preparation, a quarter-final meeting at the 2009 Track Cycling World Championships in Poland and looking ahead to the 2016 Games in Rio de Janeiro.
The one rider per nation rule introduced by the International Cycling Union and International Olympic Committee weakened the field and saw Kenny selected ahead of Hoy.
Kenny had no trouble keeping his hunters in Line, but the muskrats were a different story They tunneled through his dikes, left unwanted deposits in his blinds, and generally wreaked havoc throughout the 160 acres.
Mrs Eithne Kenny is survived by her four sons - John, Henry, Enda and Ciaran and her daughter, Marie Hastings, who I have no doubt will miss her dearly.
Blake carries an unwieldy rucksack, Kenny an unwieldy map.
Kenny was living with parents Kathleen and John and brother and sister, also called Kathleen and John, during the Second World War.