A kilogram (about 2.2 pounds) of a narcotic: enough opium to produce a key (kilo) of heroin/ Anybody who can handle a key of pure coke is dealing big
[Narcotics; fr kilo]
“kee will look into it,” Lora said, with one of her gentle smiles.
kee had said she was high-handed, and might she not elect to go about unescorted at any hour?
“Too many suspects,” said Lora, as kee finished his recital.
We turned then, and started off toward the spot where kee elected to do his fishing.
kee seemed to give her courage by his sympathy, and she began her story.
“Whoever killed that man, it was not Mrs. Dallas,” kee declared.
“All right, Lora,” I managed to say, and kee understandingly refrained from any further words on the subject.
“The keynote is the missing waistcoats,” kee announced, oracularly.
Trent always spoke of the girl as his "brother," although it was tacitly understood that kee Meng knew she was not a man.
kee will see into it,” she said, confidently, and I could only respond: “I hope to Heaven he will.