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  • Although Kira is quite young, and somewhat of the adventurous tomboy sort with treeclimbing and leaping and exploring of more interest to her in the past, there is an attraction to a Protector named Kest.

    Science Fiction, Fantasy, Horror: The Whisper of Leaves - K. S. Nikakis

  • "The next time Lord Seftu invites Kest-eman for a feast, I'm to come along," boasted one, to the apparent envy of his peers.

    Joust

  • COHEN: Kest says many people find the reason they're eating is stress and yoga can help with that.

    CNN Transcript Aug 4, 2001

  • Kest was not to be hoped for meantime in the boat, on the miserable couch which was the best the cabin could furnish; but Fleda was so thankful to have finished the voyage in safety that she took thankfully everything else, even lying awake.

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  • The Saybrook Plaza was built during the 1950s and was the place to shop on the west side of Ashtabula, Kest said.

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  • Kest, the Hodges professor, doesn't believe we'll continue to see low food prices.

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  • "The plaza has been in those families for 40 to 50 years," Kest said.

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  • Ray Kest, a business professor at Hodges University in Fort Myers, said the decrease in food prices isn't surprising because of the nation's low inflation rate.

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  • Kest, who owns Kest Property Management Group, in Cleveland, has been associated with the plaza since his childhood.

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  • "We are now seeing stores leaving the malls to seek out reasonable rents in the plazas," Kest said.

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