noun, plural kir·bies. Angling.
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“The team has assessed that there far fewer Yazidis on Mount Sinjar than previously feared,” Kirby said in a statement Wednesday.Trapped in an ISIS Prison, And There May Be No U.S. Rescue|Kimberly Dozier|August 14, 2014|DAILY BEAST
“Neutralization will be conducted in a safe and environmentally sound manner,” Kirby said in a statement.Syria’s Chemical Weapons Arrive in Notorious Mafia Port|Barbie Latza Nadeau, Christopher Dickey|July 1, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Kirby relocated to Moscow from Cleveland and now hosts shows both on RT and the state-controlled Radio Mayak.
But listening to Kirby, this man now realizes “that things are worse or the same over there.”
Kirby said this would include "exercises, bilateral meetings, port visits and planning conferences."Pentagon Freezing Its Relationship With Russian Military|Eli Lake|March 4, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Kirby, looking down at these legions, did not wonder that cold sweat wetted his back.
Then the reins of mule and horse were twisted from his stiff fingers, and Kirby's drawl broke through the coughing.Ride Proud, Rebel!|Andre Alice Norton
I doubt if Kirby even glanced toward me, although if he did he saw only an ill-defined figure, with no glimpse of my face.The Devil's Own|Randall Parrish
Doctor Kirby would of thought of something to say right off.
He wouldn't of had 'em know fur anything he didn't believe it was the finest poetry ever wrote, Doctor Kirby wouldn't.