- ElizabethSister Kenny, 1886–1952, Australian nurse: researcher in poliomyelitis therapy.
- Also Ken·ney, Ken·nie. a male given name, form of Kenneth.
- Kenneth EarlKenny, born 1931, U.S. jazz guitarist.
- Arthur C(harles),1917–2008, English science-fiction writer.
- Kenneth Spear·man [speer-muh n] /ˈspɪər mən/, KennyKlook, 1914–85, U.S. jazz drummer, a bebop pioneer.
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Examples from the Web for kenny
Kenny died later that night, shackled to a post like he spent most of his life.
By 1998, their star elephant, Kenny, became ill and was ordered not to perform by a circus veterinarian.
How long had you been trying to get Kenny Loggins on the show?'Archer Creator Adam Reed on 'Vice,' Season 6's 'Unreboot,' and New Characters
August 5, 2014
“The media really started to pay attention when someone died in 2011,” said Kenny Fritch, a 28-year-old from Mesquite, Texas.A Report From the Misunderstood Gathering of the Juggalos
July 28, 2014
One would hope that Kenny obtained some decent data to support such a claim.Girls Love Science. We Tell Them Not To.
July 17, 2014
I opened my eyes and there was Kenny, grinning contemptuously at us.
Bill answered my question slowly, his eyes on Kenny's cropped head.
I might have let myself go a little then if Kenny hadn't seen us.
Few men of his day enjoyed so great a vogue as Kenny Meadows.The History of "Punch"
M. H. Spielmann
Hurstwood was already confronted, and recognised his friend Kenny, the stock-broker.Sister Carrie
- Brett. born 1961, Australian rugby league player; scored 10 tries in 17 games for Australia (1982–87)
- Yvonne, born 1950, Australian opera singer, noted for her performances in Mozart and Handel operas
- Paul . born 1958, British butler and confidant to Diana, Princess of Wales. After her death he was charged with but (2003) acquitted of stealing from her estate. His book, A Royal Duty (2003), revealed intimate details of her life
- Sir Arthur C (harles). 1917–2008, British science-fiction writer, who helped to develop the first communications satellites. He scripted the film 2001, A Space Odyssey (1968)
- Austin. 1896–1974, Irish poet and verse dramatist. His volumes include The Vengeance of Fionn (1917), Night and Morning (1938), and Ancient Lights (1955)
- Jeremiah. ?1673-1707, English composer and organist, best known for his Trumpet Voluntary, formerly attributed to Purcell
- Kenneth Harry. born 1940, British Conservative politician: secretary of state for health (1988-1990); secretary of state for education (1990-1992); home secretary (1992-93); chancellor of the exchequer (1993-97); secretary of state for justice and Lord Chancellor (2010–2012)
- Marcus (Andrew Hislop). 1846–81, Australian novelist born in England, noted for his novel For the Term of His Natural Life, published in serial form (1870–72); other works include Twixt Shadow and Shine (1875)
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