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  • proper n. A female given name coined in the latter half of the twentieth century, presumably as a combination of Kenneth and Sandra.


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  • The integrate voiced in June which Kendra is expecting with Hanks baby as well as after words it is voiced that expected baby is a boy.

    Kendra Wilkinson in Labor

  • My great-grandmother was called Kendra, which means—

    Following Magic

  • Although Kendra used to regularly dress in front of the pet parrot that lived in the Foundation's women's locker room, Kendra is uncomfortable with Koko's "demand."

    - Boing Boing

  • And, by the way, can we please stop celebrating the fact that Kendra is the “first female Apprentice?”

    The Apprentice 3 Finale (Spoilers)

  • Kendra is all about the mission, but she's also all about makeup and tight clothes.

    March 7th, 2005

  • Cover some other bases, why do you call Kendra the wild one?

    CNN Transcript Nov 29, 2005

  • It sounded funny to label Kendra by her last name, but O'Donnell was sharing information.

    Missing Justice

  • David, as you will hear in the video above, says that he called Kendra asking for directions and by the end of the conversation the two decided last minute to do a song together at her concert!


  • I’m still laughing about alien jazz hands … Kendra is cracked IN A GOOD WAY.

    My very crafty Saturday. « A Bird’s Nest

  • I've been calling Kendra trying to do it, but Kendra will only talk on the phone with me.

    Missing Justice

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