The science of intentional drug use for enhanced athletic performance is a boutique business, says Kent Sepkowitz.
Dr. Kent Sepkowitz on how humiliation has joined factors like depression and financial problems in pushing people over the edge.
Internist Kent Sepkowitz on the truth about love lives in lab coats.
Dr. Kent Sepkowitz on the most likely suspect, sarcoma, a possible prognosis—and whether Chávez could be saved in the U.S.
But Kent will not let us off the familiar horror hook so easily.
But she wanted to please Kent, and she did not know what name would gratify him.
If ye had Kent my Alick, ye wadna wonder at me for what I did.
Drovers came from so far east as Kent, there to obtain food and drink unobtainable elsewhere.
Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex, and Kent are the most rich in this respect.
Brought up at sea, you might say, before he could walk on land—nigh Chatham in Kent.
Old English, from Latin Canticum, Greek Kantion (51 B.C.E.), an ancient Celtic name often explained as "coastal district," but possibly "land of the hosts or armies." Related: Kentish.
"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]