Days before Bank of America CEO ken Lewis announced he was stepping down, he lawyered up.
Both Walters, as well as Linda and ken Kogelman, all have their suspicions about where Obama was really born.
You have mentioned in interview that Dale Eaglesham and ken Lashley are joining you on the new Secret Six.
And her partner ken Lerer, another old friend, has also been a total mensch about the birthing of our beast.
Fear not—in reality, the “dead” dude was just his friend ken Burmeister.
I ken I could never get oot o' their neighbourhood, an' mony a shift an' change I hae made for that express purpose.
Life's naked brutalities had theretofore been largely out of his ken.
ken fired rapidly and carefully as he saw them exposed momentarily in their move to new positions.
I'm thinkin we dee mair things in faith than we ken—but no eneuch!
The grandeur of the achievement was quite beyond the ken of the generation that witnessed it.
"to know," Scottish dialect, from Old English cennan "make known, declare, acknowledge" (in late Old English also "to know"), originally "make to know," causative of cunnan "to become acquainted with, to know" (see can (v.)). Cognate with German kennen, Danish kjende, Swedish känna. Related: Kenned; kenning.
"range of sight," 1580s, a nautical abbreviation of kenning.
"house where thieves meet," 1560s, vagabonds' slang, probably a shortening of kennel.
A conformist, conventional man; a man lacking any but bland typical characteristics: Mr Quayle has been called a sort of Ken/ Bergin, the male villain, is reprising his role as the Ken-doll monster of Sleeping With the Enemy
[fr the male counterpart of the Barbie doll]