If you begin with “H,” there are two “KS” and an “H” at the end.
KS: Well, every actor has to get through his Shaw crucible.
KS: But one thinKS of Geraldine Page at her blowziest in that role.
KS: When she was a child though she wanted to train dolphins.
KS: There is such a follow-up question to all that I want to ask you.
Peradventure he had better have done something else, & something wiser; great Confident of Princes and KS.
X begins no English word: it has the sound of KS, as axle, extraneous.
I merely mention that the patronymics ending in kins got abbreviated into kiss, and kes, and KS.
By the 1st of April 1,300 refugees had gathered around Wyandotte, KS.
This (they say) is confest by one Lambe a notorious old rascall that was condemned the last sommer at the KS.