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Kent

(kent),
Albert F.S., English physiologist, 1863-1958. See: Kent bundle, Kent-His bundle.
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With its attendant charts and graphs, and its bringing together of disparate fields of inquiry under one Kentish roof, Early Modern Kent is a valuable addition to the understanding of early modern England in a time of change.
Ek (1975) also uses, as abase for his Kentish data Wallenberg's Place names of Kent.
Mark Smith, Andy Parker, Steve Kentish and Trusha Kachhela; David Gandee, Rob Metcalfe, Steve Kentish, Ian Mansell and Steve Drury
Akmal Shaikh, 53, from Kentish Town in north London
HALL WE NEED Reese Parkin in the new park at Castleside and, top left, Dawn Kentish, secretary of the village hall
Major organization : KENTISH COUNCIL, SHIRE OF KENT
Fair put Ajax one up only to see Nick Kentish equalise after 30 minutes.
Kentish Lifelong Learning Centre has been recognised with an Excellent rating from the Australian Children s Education and Care Quality Authority (ACECQA).
One such feedback I received was from Liz Kentish, managing director, Kentish and Co, a UK-based firm that is one of the leading providers of coaching and training services to the FM industry.
Justin Timberlake performed an intimate gig at the Forum in Kentish Town, while Roc Nation had yet another bash at Soho's Hakkasan.
Local community website Tunbridge Wells People said that the Kentish Apeman - or British Bigfoot - was first seen 70 years ago during World War Two, but has "now returned".
NEWMARKET trainer George Margarson yesterday paid tribute to owner/breeder Mike Kentish, who has died at his Old Barn Farm stud in Edenbridge, Kent, aged 88.