- Jack,1901–69, U.S. writer and playwright.
- a town in central Washington.
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Examples from the Web for kirkland
He looked up at the sentry towers dotting the campus as the bus entered Kirkland.
After Sean accepted his 10-year sentence, he was taken by bus to Kirkland maximum security prison in Columbia, S.C.
It is important to note that Kirkland was a very great ballerina before she unraveled—not, sadly, after.
Suffice it to say that no real ballerina, Kirkland included, would survive, much less succeed, with such an illness.
The Chicago-based Kirkland has long been renowned for its ties to powerful Republicans.The Man Who Brought Down Spitzer
December 9, 2008
Also to the other dears on both sides of the Kirkland driveway.The Letters of William James, Vol. 1
There is to be a very large Indian congress; Mr. Kirkland accompanies me.George Whitefield
It is possible that this Kirkland may not have been the same as Kirkland of Megginch.Gairloch In North-West Ross-Shire
John H. Dixon, F.S.A. Scot
Mr. Kirkland, the head of this department, will tell you all about it.The Secret Mark
Roy J. Snell
His back was not white and smooth, like Kirkland's had been, but hard and seamed.For the Term of His Natural Life