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  • proper noun A female given name, a modern invention that can be explained as a feminine form of Kyle.

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Examples

  • We started working on a play called Kyla's Journey.

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  • Libby who just happens to have a four year old daughter called Kyla and a niece called Madison.

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  • I read your blog all the time and yet, Kyla had to point out to me after I wrote a post about my friend whose 12 month old son was JUST diagnosed with DMD and is seeking information/support/anything really, that this was the same diagnosis of your sweet nephew Tanner.

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  • Recently, my colleagues at Johns Hopkins' International Vaccine Access Center IVAC, Kyla Hayford and Lois Privor-Dumm, and I joined together with a team of experts at McKinsey & Co to try to put some evidence behind the anecdote.

    Dr. Orin Levine: What Can Global Health Learn From Coca-Cola?

  • I didn't even know about it, said Kyla Holley of Madison, Wis., who along with husband Rob was in town for the Labor Day weekend holiday.

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  • Watch out Kyla - you might just tempt me to come move in with you!

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  • Recently, my colleagues at Johns Hopkins' International Vaccine Access Center IVAC, Kyla Hayford and Lois Privor-Dumm, and I joined together with a team of experts at McKinsey & Co to try to put some evidence behind the anecdote.

    Dr. Orin Levine: What Can Global Health Learn From Coca-Cola?

  • Recently, my colleagues at Johns Hopkins' International Vaccine Access Center IVAC, Kyla Hayford and Lois Privor-Dumm, and I joined together with a team of experts at McKinsey & Co to try to put some evidence behind the anecdote.

    Dr. Orin Levine: What Can Global Health Learn From Coca-Cola?

  • Kyla Burd, a third-grade teacher at Carrollwood Elementary in Tampa, Fla., said students who struggle to read at third grade are "painfully aware" they are behind, and she said holding them back can be beneficial if they receive targeted attention.

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  • Recently, my colleagues at Johns Hopkins' International Vaccine Access Center IVAC, Kyla Hayford and Lois Privor-Dumm, and I joined together with a team of experts at McKinsey & Co to try to put some evidence behind the anecdote.

    Dr. Orin Levine: What Can Global Health Learn From Coca-Cola?

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