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Kent

(kent),
Albert F.S., English physiologist, 1863-1958. See: Kent bundle, Kent-His bundle.
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Public transport connecting the Kentish region to Devonport will provide increased job opportunities, allow increased visitation and the potential for business growth for the region.
This is the case with sceal 'shall' in West-Saxon, but scel or scael in Northumbrian, Kentish and Mercian.
You keep all the balls in the air until he comes," Kentish Barnes says.
Mum Dawn Kentish is secretary of Castleside Village Hall and helped make the ideas of residents become a reality.
A candlelit vigil was being held outside the Chinese embassy in central London calling for a last-minute reprieve for 53-year-old Akmal Shaikh from Kentish Town, north London, on the grounds that he is seriously mentally ill.
Akmal Shaikh, 53, from Kentish Town, north London, is to be executed on Tuesday after losing a final appeal this week.
Never mind those tales of submerged Kentish villages whose church bells peal underwater in times of national peril.
The new partners, Trusha Kachhela, Steve Kentish and Andy Parker, were officially welcomed by Midlands chairman Mark Smith, who gave a speech at the event held at the firm's Cornwall Court offices.
THE FLAT in Kentish town has a fireplace full of empty wine bottles, a TV the size of a football pitch and a white kitchen with numerous alarmingly high tech stainless steel implements to open yet more bottles.
Michelle vanished on Wednesday evening while playing hide and seek with two friends outside her block of flats at Lismorn Circus, Kentish Town, North London.
Edwin, who was King of Northumbria from 616 until 633, married the Kentish princess Ethelburga.
The Kent Messenger, Kentish Gazette and Kentish Express are going online at the same time of day that they go on retail sale, with the remaining 18 titles and editions available online within just a few weeks.