KY

NOUN
  1. a state in east central United States; a border state during the American Civil War; famous for breeding race horses
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  • The air had grown thick and smoky.
  • Using a bold colour such as yellow is risky. Times, Sunday Times
  • As a book about a nonoperational aircraft, Valkyrie will probably attract only a limited audience within the Air Force community.
  • Rows of brick garden apartments all backed onto a massive common garden: a shared backyard for children to play, dogs to gambol, and families to eat picnics together. Day of Honey
  • I still date chicks who are lucky to own a bedframe. 15 Annoying Things Most Girlfriends Do (That You Have to Put Up With) | Manolith
  • I blame it all on becca who called me in the middle of the night to talk to me all about how the two best friends names are Kate and Becca and that the main character lives in apartment 601 as my address and other kooky details that i have been trying to forget nightly since i saw that movie, And then every sound is that kid coming out of the television and im only writing about it now in order to expunge as i fear she will grab hold of my foot from under the desk and eat me or turn me into something decomposing or whatever it is she does. i-claudius Diary Entry
  • The building is dark brick topped by pinky-coloured concrete block walls, white plastic-looking fascia board, black plastic guttering and an artificial slate roof.
  • Winky luved tu drinking frum deh water fawsitt…. she liking hur wadder fresh…it wuz a sinky-drinky fur deh winky-binky. Like the new bowl. - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?
  • I can find no legitimate references to the use of metallic, inorganic, or organic silver compounds as a sanitizer, disinfectant, or sterilizing agent. quaternary ammonium chloride compounds - Mixtures of compounds such as alkyl dimethyl benzyl ammonium chloride, didecyl dimethyl ammonium chloride, dioctyl dimethyl ammonium chloride, and octyl decyl dimethyl ammonium chloride are very commonly used as surface sanitizer; if you look at your household cleaners that claim disinfecting properties, there's a high percentage chance that you'll find a "quat". Question ;Microdyne
  • The snow relented and we were back to a rocky descending path.
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