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  • proper n. A female given name, a modern invention possibly based on Kay or Michaela


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  • Police said the arrests were related to attacks carried out under the nickname "Kayla."

    Two Arrested for Computer-Hacking

  • In the near future Kayla is a chameleon, a person who has nanos injected into her to record the experiences for others.


  • Kayla is also refreshing as a flawed, normal working-class girl who as the heroine has stumbled into the supernatural world and must survive without any powers or special abilities.

    “The Last Angel” by Natasha Rhodes

  • Admittedly, Kayla is a Drama Queen par excellence.

    Brave New World

  • Once home, every time we called Kayla or she called us, we always put Tad on.

    Chicken Soup for the Soul: Loving Our Dogs

  • I called Kayla that night and asked her to call Tad and leave him a message.

    Chicken Soup for the Soul: Loving Our Dogs

  • There was a little girl on that bus called Kayla who was held back from flying out the window by her seatbelt.

    24th October '05

  • And when I attempted to explain Kayla’s request to Brian (in as delicate a terms as I could manage), he finally nodded knowingly.

    Brave New World

  • Heading to the subway in tears, she pulled a cell phone from her tiny purse and called Kayla.

    Sin in Soul's Kitchen

  • Jinger repeatedly tried to call Kayla back, but Kayla wasn't answering. | news


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