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kemp

[kemp]
(textiles)
Short, wavy, coarse wool or hair fibers, usually white, which contain air spaces so that they resist dyeing and spinning.
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While Kemps Nine Daies Wonder proves that the London star Will Kemp can adapt to, even embrace, cultures of female performance familiar across England, he comes to the world of women's performance by way of his own self-interest.
Foes of the plan are likely to argue that Kemps Creek cannot legally accept potentially hazardous waste, and to point to reports of cancer in the area where the debris now lies.
The five-piece - Hadley, percussionist Steve Norman, drummer John Keeble and brothers Gary and Martin Kemp, on guitar and bass - scored a string of top ten hits during the 80s including Gold and True.
KEMPs LoadMaster includes several methods of load balancing, SSL offloading and easy configuration.
In 1990, Hadley and other group members Steve Norman and John Keeble sued Gary Kemp for a pounds 1million share of songwriting royalties - but lost.
But Octavia (Kerry Condon, left) is gorgeous, there's more violence and plotting than a night out with the Kemps, and there's enough sex and gratuitous nudity here to keep lonely viewers fiddling while Rome burns.
Word is the Kemps could now settle their differences with singer Tony Hadley and drummer John Keeble for a comeback tour.
s Dough Boy and Kemps Ice Cream, both headquartered in Minneapolis, join forces to launch Pillsbury Ice Cream in seven indulgent flavors, with an emphasis on bakery flavors.
who will pay $400,000, with one senior executive paying $50,000, and Kemps LLC, who agreed to pay $150,000, and its chief executive and financial vice president each paying $50,000.
Kemps LLC, a Minneapolis-based dairy supplier, agreed to pay $150,000, and its chief executive and a financial vice president each will pay $50,000.
WESTLAKE VILLAGE - Rose Kemps wants to bring matzo to the masses.
The Kemps live at Stradishall, just outside Newmarket, and Stuart Kemp retired after 22 years in the army to work at the Meddler Stud.