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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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Former Leinster lock O'Kelly said: "I thought Dev Toner would start, he's been playing well.
O'Kelly recalled the morning their daughters, Catherine and Jacquie (Jacqueline), got up at 5 a.
An experienced media industry executive with a career spanning 20 years, O'Kelly will lead News4Media's UK operations, reporting to the company's CEO Henry Hemming.
Judge Hagler has urged the parties to settle, O'Kelly said, but he claims Howard Hughes seems committed to the fight.
Col O'Kelly said soldiers involved in action were often subject to post-traumatic stress which could have a major impact on their lives.
At Ashton Gate, O'Kelly rejoins Sean O'Driscoll with whom he previously formed a successful partnership at Bournemouth and Doncaster before arriving at the Banks's Stadium last season.
I am disappointed, like everybody else around here, and will have to go away and think about it," said O'Kelly.
Both Kentta's family and the other injured passenger had urged leniency for O'Kelly, Parosa told Lane County Circuit Judge Karsten Rasmussen.
And 1948 is fairly appropriate given that Albion's training facilities - if you could call them that - were probably more post-war than 2009 when O'Kelly was youth team coach under a succession of Baggies managers during the mid-to-late 1990s.
O'Kelly will be available for selection from Thursday, February 5, two days before Ireland launch their Six Nations campaign against France at Croke Park.
O'Kelly has been reported by match citing commissioner Aurwel Morgan for an alleged stamp on Wasps captain Phil Vickery.