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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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LOCK Malcolm O'Kelly will become Ireland's most capped player tomorrow - and his coach Eddie Sullivan insists no one is more deserving of the record.
Ireland almost scored following a powerful forward drive - started by O'Kelly - which swept them to within yards of the Azzurri line and almost repeated the move moments later.
O'Kelly has trawled the county in search of talent since taking over and is looking forward to assessing his squad today.
O'Kelly also complained that DEP will charge nine percent interest for not paying a water bill, but is not required by law to include interest when making a refund for an overpayment.
Jake White is taking a younger outfit to Dublin, but O'Kelly isn't expecting that to make life easy.
Tries: Barton, Morgan, Ellis, Hocking (3), Epton, Davies (3), de Chenu, O'Connor, O'Kelly.
Axing either of the starting second rows against Wales is a tough call for O'Sullivan, given their performances at Lansdowne Road, but O'Kelly said: "We want to give Paul every opportunity because he was our best player over the first two games.
Trained by Jim Bolger, Flame Of Tara showed fairly useful form at two, carrying her ownerbreeder O'Kelly's colours to victory on three occasions.
O'Kelly has become something of a focal point in Eddie O'Sullivan's Irish side over the last three years, after making his debut against New Zealand in 1997.
Quins: Tries - M O'Kelly, C Evans, B Thomas, Ricky Davies.
The decision of Conference chiefs to introduce a salary limit, which has won widespread acclaim, has sounded the death knell on O'Kelly's career.