[kingz-lee] /ˈkɪŋz li/
Charles, 1819–75, English clergyman, novelist, and poet.
Sidney, 1906–1995, U.S. playwright.
a male given name.
Sir Ben. born 1943, British actor. He won an Oscar for his performance in the title role of the film Gandhi (1982); his later films include Schindler’s List (1993) and Sexy Beast (2000)
Charles. 1819–75, British clergyman and author. His works include the historical romances Westward Ho! (1855) and Hereward the Wake (1866) and the children’s story The Water Babies (1863)
his brother, Henry. 1830–76, British novelist, editor, and journalist, who spent some time in Australia. His works include Ravenshoe (1861) and the Anglo-Australian novels The Recollections of Geoffrey Hamlyn (1859) and The Hillyars and the Burtons (1865)
/ˈkɪŋˈsmɪθ/ noun 1. Ronald Gordon, known as Dick. 1922–2011, British writer for children; his numerous books include The Sheep Pig (1984) and the Sophie series
noun 1. a ridge in N South Carolina: American victory over the British 1780.
noun 1. any of several New World constrictors of the genus Lampropeltis, that often feed on other snakes. noun 1. any nonvenomous North American colubrid snake of the genus Lampropeltis, feeding on other snakes, small mammals, etc
[kin-uh-mat-iks, kahy-nuh-] /ˌkɪn əˈmæt ɪks, ˌkaɪ nə-/ noun, (used with a singular verb) Physics. 1. the branch of mechanics that deals with pure motion, without reference to the masses or forces involved in it. 2. Also called applied kinematics. the theory of mechanical contrivance for converting one kind of motion into another. /ˌkɪnɪˈmætɪks; ˌkaɪ-/ noun […]