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Kells, Book of

[kelz] /kɛlz/
noun
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  • Smith was lame from his ride, and Joan gathered that kells would have left camp but for the fact that Smith needed rest.

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  • But no one in the village or from any of the camps ever admitted having seen this kells.

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  • Bate Wood had raised a warning hand to kells, who stood up, facing the door.

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  • "Well, Roberts, if you've no objection we'll camp here with you," continued kells.

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  • kells is the only man I've seen who can throw a gun quicker than I. Gulden is a big bull.

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  • kells was tightening the cinch on her saddle while he spoke.

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  • kells dragged the rude door into position, and then, mounting, he called to Joan to follow.

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  • It struck her forcibly that she had lost some of her fear of kells and she did not know why.

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  • Then, resolutely, she got up and crossed over to where kells was unpacking.

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  • kells suddenly came to her, treading noiselessly, and he leaned over her.

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British Dictionary definitions for kells

Kells

/kɛlz/
noun
1.
a town in the Republic of Ireland, in Co Meath: The Book of Kells, an illuminated manuscript of the Gospels, was produced at the monastery here in the 8th century. Pop: 4421 (2002)
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