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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

[′kel·ē]
(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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Our strategic priorities remain the highest commitment to quality, growth, and a focus on our people as an employer and partnership of choice," O'Kelly said.
The Lions had hoped O'Kelly would recover to play in one of the early tour matches, but an Auckland-based specialist today confirmed the worst.
Sagent's turnkey solution -- offering both best-of-breed products along with exceptional professional services -- is proving to be a global answer to the problem of bringing corporate information closer to decision makers," said O'Kelly.
O'Kelly had just completed his best-ever season when he wrecked his knee in a freak accident in a game for London Irish in the opening weeks of the new campaign.
IRELAND lock Malcolm O'Kelly has hailed Paul O'Connell's appointment as skipper.
Ireland lock Malcolm O'Kelly yesterday applauded Paul O'Connell's appointment as skipper for the 2004 RBS Six Nations opener against France and revealed he first sensed his leadership qualities during the World Cup.
O'Kelly follows in the footsteps of team-mate Girvan Dempsey, with the full-back also set to retire at the end of the current campaign.
Mr Wood said the third offence, in May 2002, was committed while O'Kelly was a barman at The Red Lion, in Ansty Road, when he took pounds 300 from the till.
Coach Eddie O'Sullivan has made two changes following that 35-17 reversal, axing Bath centre Kevin Maggs and Leinster lock Malcolm O'Kelly.
Leinster second row Malcolm O'Kelly replaces Donncha O'Callaghan, who strained knee ligaments against Wales.
Her offspring frequently put O'Kelly at the top of the vendors' table at Goffs, most famously at the 1993 Orby Sale with a son of Sadler's Wells and Song Of Tara who sold for IEUR1.