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  • proper n. A female given name, Scottish diminutive of Christine.


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  • In March, Vince came to Cardiff and told our conference about what he called the Kirsty Williams welcome. - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • I see that Kirsty, Kirsty, Kirsty, is defending the indefensible as well as ever.

    Archive 2008-08-01

  • Over on Glyn Davies 'blog there is some intrigue about Black's future role in Kirsty's campaign!

    Peter Black runs the gauntlet

  • Kleenex Kirsty is known for doing exactly the same only in the Assembly Chamber!

    Peter Black runs the gauntlet

  • If Kirsty is right that there's too much consensus in the Bay one could argue that it is a liberal consensus.

    Archive 2008-09-01

  • According to this website which allows users to find out which celebrities they resemble, Kirsty is a 76% ringer for Rachel McAdams, 73% similar to Michelle Pfeiffer, 72% alike to LeeAnn Rimes, 71% akin to Miriam Yeung, a 70% doppelganger of Holly Marie Combs and Liza Minelli, 68% similar to Judy Garland, and a 67% look-alike of Jane Birkin, Mischa Barton and Amanda Seyfried.

    Archive 2008-10-01

  • "Who is it?" called Kirsty, freezing in mid act of opening the door.

    The Body Ricardo

  • Turkey, as the valiant man of the party, farthest from the centre of safety, namely Kirsty, who was at the same time to be the source of all the delightful horror.

    Ranald Bannerman's Boyhood

  • Weel, me an 'Kirsty's mither took a jaunt an' gaed till't.

    St. Cuthbert's

  • The fraud only came to light when Mrs Singleton, of Morpeth, Nothumberland, spotted her name had been written as 'Kirsty' on the legal papers, and set about trying to change it. - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph


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