How to use Kaye in a sentence
Harvey J. Kaye is Professor of Democracy and Justice Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay.
Armed with the gruesome tools of the trade, Kaye and Armstrong did the dirty work before students arrived.
“Even though they've passed away, you have an opportunity to give them a new life,” says Kaye.
Chef Alex Armstrong prepared the meal for participants while Kaye schooled them in the art of reconstructing ex-rabbits.
Kaye says that while faddish taxidermy is still with us, it has taken a slightly different shape.
She led Isabel over to Mrs. Kaye, who sat alone on a small sofa, sipping her coffee and absently puffing at a cigarette.
In spite of her sharpened wits, Mrs. Kaye smiled radiantly into Isabel's guileless eyes.
Mrs. Kaye, without turning her head, murmured something indistinctly, and lit another cigarette.
Mrs. Kaye admitted her promptly and presented an unstained front, although her color was lower than usual.
Mrs. Kaye's expressive eyes, which had dwelt on Isabel with flattering attention, fell to the tip of her cigarette.