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Kelly

1. Gene, full name Eugene Curran Kelly. 1912--96, US dancer, choreographer, film actor, and director. His many films include An American in Paris (1951) and Singin' in the Rain (1952)
2. Grace. 1929--82, US film actress. Her films included High Noon (1952) and High Society (1956). She married Prince Rainier III of Monaco in 1956 and died following a car crash
3. Ned. 1855--80, Australian horse and cattle thief and bushranger, active in Victoria: captured by the police and hanged

kelly

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(petroleum engineering)
A pipe attached to the top of a drill string and turned during drilling; transmits twisting torque from the rotary machinery to the drill string and ultimately to the bit.
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Earlier studies which found evidence of the existence of the noctcaelador construct (Kelly, 2003; Kelly & Kelly, 2003) used measures other than the NI which examined different aspects of night-sky watching.
Jeffrey Nemshin, a principal of Paragon Group LLC, and Paragon associate Gerald Widen, represented Kelly Rode Kelly in lease negotiations with the building's landlord, North Arrowhead-Mineola Inc.
Kelly projects the company's revenues will hit the $1 million mark for 2005.
The artist's thoughts wander from the pageant's emphasis on "teeth and leg-length" to the activities outside the Royal Albert Hall, which hosted the event, where demonstrators--described cheekily by Kelly as "women with abnormal finger-length"--gathered, protested, and performed.
Of the former Kelly Girls who got in touch, it seems that most have gone on to bigger and better things since they worked for Kelly back in the 1970's.
So Kelly runs New York-based Niteo and its 140 employees as he sees fit.
Kelly heard the accident and, after calling 911, shed her outer clothing and rushed to the scene, jumping a fence on the way.
I am aware that of all the couples, Toni and Kelly stand the most to lose," Apted says of the only same-sex couple in the documentary.
Colleen Kelly knows exactly how it feels because her only brother died in the World Trade Center.
In the most recent chapter of The New Republic's saga, this fall, editor Michael Kelly was unceremoniously canned, becoming the magazine's fourth editor in the past eight years to exit the scene.