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  • proper n. A female given name, variant of Kaylee.


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  • The serious case review into the killing of Ryan Lovell-Hancox found 14 agencies missed opportunities to save the child, who died from a brain injury he suffered at Christopher Taylor and Kayley Boleyn's home in Bilston, near Wolverhampton, in December 2008.

    Child protection agencies 'failed' boy killed by babysitters

  • Kayley, like the description, was sweet-tempered and could be scooped up without fuss by simply bending over and sliding a hand or two under his soft breast.

    The Chicken Chronicles

  • As I lugged in the wooden cage holding Kayley and Athena, Lily looked up at me with sparkling eyes.

    The Chicken Chronicles

  • Then, as I went to get Kayley, I asked Lily if she'd help with Athena.

    The Chicken Chronicles

  • I wasn't sure who was at the very top, it was either Zora's Kayley or Lily's Garrett — but Aphrodite asserted her dominance right away.

    The Chicken Chronicles

  • Halfway through third week the Sebrights sported fully feathered wings, Kayley had a tiny comb and a few snow-white wing and leg feathers, Julianna had black tail feathers, distinct but tiny, sticking straight up, and the Silkies 'down was even fluffier, especially on their large blackish-grey feet.

    The Chicken Chronicles

  • I decided to bring the three gentlest birds, Kayley, Jane, and, of course, our egg-layer Athena.

    The Chicken Chronicles

  • Kaley American an alternate form of Caleigh, Caley, Kayley.

    15,000 Baby Names

  • Caleigh, Caley American alternate forms of Kayley, Kaylie, Kelly.

    15,000 Baby Names

  • Warners 'own animated feature concerns young Kayley battling to save King Arthur's Court.

    Early Warning 2


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