How to use Kean in a sentence
Kean’s main opponents are former evangelical pastor Phil Rizzo, state Assemblyman Erik Peterson and businessman John Henry Iseman, all of whom garnered some support at county conventions ahead of the primary.16 Primaries To Watch In Iowa, Mississippi, Montana, New Jersey, New Mexico And South Dakota | Geoffrey Skelley (firstname.lastname@example.org) | June 7, 2022 | FiveThirtyEight
“I thought I had full power, and Lee thought I had full power, because he came from Congress, and in Congress the committee chairman has all the power and the vice chairman doesn’t,” Kean said.
After meeting with me, Kean very much welcomed and accepted Hamilton’s suggestion.
In selecting other staff, I had an important role, but always with the approval of both Kean and Hamilton, working together.
A May 2014 Slate article by Sam Kean details the tragic changes he suffered “from a virtuous foreman to a sociopathic drifter.”Understanding Tracy Morgan’s Traumatic Brain Injury | Jean Kim | November 20, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
“There can be no more failure of imagination,” said former New Jersey Governor and Commission co-chair Tom Kean.
Kean recalled his first Meet the Press invitation, when he said he would appear only with Hamilton.
Without them, and there were several in the audience, there would not have been a commission, both Kean and Hamilton agreed.
Tom Kean: The perfect caretaker candidate, Kean is a broadly respected icon in New Jersey politics and a Christie mentor.Keans & Co.: 5 Picks Chris Christie Could Make to Replace Frank Lautenberg | John Avlon | June 3, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
I shall like to see Kean again excessively, and to see him with you too.Jane Austen, Her Life and Letters | William Austen-Leigh and Richard Arthur Austen-Leigh
Contemporaries seem agreed in attributing to Kean more genius, more talent to Macready.
I may say of them, following Mr. Archer: of the two, Kean was the greater actor and Macready the greater artist.
It may be supposed from all this that Kean was in the habit of abandoning himself entirely to the inspiration of the moment.
All that was greatest in Shakespeare, the very soul of his poetry, was revealed through Kean.
British Dictionary definitions for Kean
Edmund. ?1789–1833, English actor, noted for his Shakespearean roles
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