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- n. Alternative form of kie.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n.pl. See kie, ky, and kine.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- A variant of ky.
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Henderson Land said its vice chairman, the elder son of businessman Lee Shau-kee, is considering buying a stake in TBV.
HONG KONG — Henderson Land Development Ltd. said Monday its vice chairman, the elder son of businessman Lee Shau-kee, is studying the possibility of buying a stake in Television Broadcasts Ltd., a deal that could lead to the broadcaster's 102-year-old chairman, Sir Run Run Shaw, relinquishing control of the company he co-founded more than 40 years ago.
The kee kee is the sound a poult makes because it's too young to “break” a yelp.
It was pointed that the name of the country had been derived from the first and third last syllables of the African name for the highest mountain in Kenya, Mount Kerinyaga, now also known as Mount Kenya, in which the first syllable is pronounced 'kee'.
Travel is probably the most used commercial aspect of the Internet and if retail agents want to harness this exciting medium to offer 'the knowledge' and their 'kee' skills to a global audience, not just their local community, they must embrace the changes that are happening.
Don't miss another dozen photos of Italy, coming up in a future edition of my photo blog, Cinéma Vérité. sauve qui peut (sohv kee peuh) expression
Its the same old-boy system at it finest ... once you are cleared of wrong-doing ... sure we will put it in writing and smile and kee-kee with you doing conversations at lunch and social gatherings.
"Yan-kee ship come down de ri-ib-er," was the quavering response.
Billionaire and Sun Hung Kai board member Lee Shau-kee said at the time that Ms. Kwong had asked Walter Kwok to step down because his close relationship with a female friend was causing tensions with his brothers.
Peter Lee, the son of Hong Kong tycoon Lee Shau-kee and vice chairman of Henderson Land Development Co., is in talks with the controlling shareholder of Shaw Brothers (Hong Kong) Ltd. to acquire some or all of its 26% stake in Television Broadcasts Ltd.