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Kelly said she was locked out for over a week from teaching her students remotely, until the district reversed course and approved her accommodation.

Reich led the Bills to another victory the following week, but Kelly returned for the AFC championship game and Super Bowl.

“The shape and color of the tissue that’s preserved suggests that these animals might have used both odor and visual signals to interact with other members of their species,” Kelly said in an email.

The scenario describes Megyn Kelly’s departure from Fox in 2017 and her subsequent flameout at NBC.

Pitching advertisers on a campaign that can be run across a portfolio of sites — and tailored to each context, as needed — “makes a more compelling story back to the advertiser,” said Kelly.

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He stood holding his 21-month-old son, Jamison, his wife, Kelly, at his side.

Iggy Azalea was born Amethyst Amelia Kelly in New South Wales.

Thanks to CompStat and strategies added by Police Commissioner Ray Kelly, crime continued to decline.

“Jenny Packham has proven an ideal fit for the Duchess,” Kelly said.

So I wrote that sketch with Chris Kelly and Sarah Schneider.

Joe Kelly and a Mr. Peter Alley were fast asleep in their chairs, close to the wall.

Meyer had observed the danger of his officer, and had ordered Kelly to fire, blazing away too himself.

Mr. Kelly approved of this measure as far as it went, but contended for the superiority of his own more comprehensive measure.

I haf sent Kelly along to look after them a leetle und make them keep a goot watch.

Thurstane posted Kelly and one of the Mexicans on the exterior wall to watch the movements of the savage horde in the plain below.


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On this page you'll find 28 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to kelly, such as: blue-green, olive, apple, aquamarine, beryl, and chartreuse.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.