kiley

[ US /ˈkaɪɫi/ ]
NOUN
  1. an Australian boomerang; one side flat and the other convex
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  • R Edelman for HP Kiley Hayward, +1 719-660-1445 kiley. [email protected] or HP Media Hotline +1 866-266-7272 p[email protected] com www. hp.com/go/newsroom TradingMarkets
  • Ryan nodded in acknowledgement, and then proceeded to talk to Kiley about their past Physics class, leaving me to pursue my own train of thoughts.
  • Green boughs are placed over the earth, and upon them are deposited the spears, knife, and hammer of the deceased, together with the ornaments that belonged to him; his throwing-stick on one side, and his curl (kiley) or towk (dowak) on the other side of the mound. Journals of Two Expeditions of Discovery in North-West and Western Australia, Volume 2
  • Mongameli obekekileyo, mandithathe le nxaxheba ukwenza umbulelo kuwe nosekela mongameli, ingakumbi ngokuncedisa ekukhokeleni eli phulo lokubuyisela imo yombane wase Mzantsi Afrika kwimeko yawo yangaphambili. Speech by Buyelwa Sonjica, Minister of Minerals & Energy, during debate on the President’s State of the Nation Address in the National Assembly
  • Anyway, weee rilo kiley! weeee kaiser cheifs! weee femme fatality! weeeeee magazine! hamletwildie Diary Entry
  • Perhaps as fine a sight as can be seen in the whole circle of native sports is the killing cockatoos with the kiley, or boomerang. Journals of Two Expeditions of Discovery in North-West and Western Australia, Volume 2
  • Jack Johnson, and Rilo Kiley have been caught strumming the four-string chordophone in front of large audiences. A ukulele band strikes a chord - latimes.com
  • One might assume Kiley's tough negotiating skills and high standards would make for some prickly dealings with her newspaper colleagues.
  • The kiley is thrown into flights of wild-fowl and cockatoos, and with the dow-uk, a short heavy stick, they knock over the smaller kinds of game much in the same manner that poachers do hares and rabbits in England. Journals of Two Expeditions of Discovery in North-West and Western Australia, Volume 2
  • Now Jindal's office acknowledged to CBS News the governor has not specifically asked for more Guard troops to be deployed. by dontknowitall June 24, 2010 7: 25 PM EDT by sam-kiley June 24, 2010 7: 17 PM EDT coucou .. Breaking News: CBS News
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