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Kel·ly

(kel'ē),
Adam B., British otolaryngologist, 1865-1941. See: Paterson-Kelly syndrome, Paterson-Brown-Kelly syndrome.

Kel·ly

(kel'ē),
Howard A., U.S. gynecologist, 1858-1943. See: Kelly clamp, Kelly operation, Kelly rectal speculum.
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I've been out of the game so long that in some ways it seems like I'm having to start all over again," says O'Kelly.
And O'Kelly could emerge as a key figure after fellow second row Leo Cullen was ruled out of the clash yesterday after suffering a shoulder injury at the end of Leinster's exciting victory over Edinburgh on Sunday.
O'Kelly was finally arrested in July this year and admitted all the offences.
With Quins prop Marc O'Kelly charging over from close-range after just five minutes, it promised to be tries galore.
Memorial donations may be sent to the "Eugene O'Kelly Cancer Survivor's Fund," with checks made payable to the Schwab Fund for Charitable Giving (Specify: Eugene O'Kelly Cancer Survivor's Fund, Account No.
2) Excavation has been conducted at Dowth in 1847-8 (Frith 1848), 1885-6 (Deane 1886-7, cited in O'Kelly & O'Kelly 1983) and 1932 (Leask 1933).
Gladiator: As the Irish seek Six Nations glory in Rome, Leinster's Malcolm O'Kelly eyes a British Lions call-up
along Former Ireland and Munster star Wallace - who launched the Halo 4 game alongside Malcolm O'Kelly yesterday - believes Sexton (inset) is in the right spot to be making the crucial onfield calls.