Elizabeth (“Sister Kenny”) 1886–1952, Australian nurse: researcher in poliomyelitis therapy.
Also, Kenney, Kennie. a male given name, form of Kenneth.
Kenneth Earl (“Kenny”) born 1931, U.S. jazz guitarist.
Arthur C(harles) 1917–2008, English science-fiction writer.
Kenneth Spearman [speer-muh n] /ˈspɪər mən/ (Show IPA), (“Kenny”; “Klook”) 1914–85, U.S. jazz drummer, a bebop pioneer.
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Brett. born 1961, Australian rugby league player; scored 10 tries in 17 games for Australia (1982–87)
Yvonne, born 1950, Australian opera singer, noted for her performances in Mozart and Handel operas
Paul. born 1958, British butler and confidant to Diana, Princess of Wales. After her death he was charged with but (2003) acquitted of stealing from her estate. His book, A Royal Duty (2003), revealed intimate details of her life
Sir Arthur C(harles). 1917–2008, British science-fiction writer, who helped to develop the first communications satellites. He scripted the film 2001, A Space Odyssey (1968)
Austin. 1896–1974, Irish poet and verse dramatist. His volumes include The Vengeance of Fionn (1917), Night and Morning (1938), and Ancient Lights (1955)
Jeremiah. ?1673-1707, English composer and organist, best known for his Trumpet Voluntary, formerly attributed to Purcell
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Marcus (Andrew Hislop). 1846–81, Australian novelist born in England, noted for his novel For the Term of His Natural Life, published in serial form (1870–72); other works include Twixt Shadow and Shine (1875)
(since 1917) a member of the present British royal family. Compare Saxe-Coburg-Gotha (def 1). Duke of, Edward VIII. Wallis Warfield, Duchess of (Bessie Wallis Warfield Spencer Simpson) 1896–1986, U.S. socialite: wife of Edward VIII of England, who abdicated the throne to marry her. Official name Windsor and Maidenhead. a city in E Berkshire, in S […]
- Best-ball foursome
a match, scored by holes, between two pairs of players, in which the score of the lower scoring member of each pair is taken as their score for the hole.
- Best ball
noun Historical Examples Baseball Joe, Home Run King Lester Chadwick The Lucky Seventh Ralph Henry Barbour Weatherby’s Inning Ralph Henry Barbour The Armed Forces Officer U. S. Department of Defense A Ball Player’s Career Adrian C. Anson
- Best-ball match
a match, scored by holes, in which one player competing against two or more others must score lower than the lowest scoring opponent to win a hole.