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Synonyms for kempt

(of hair) neat and tidy


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Both were interviewed and Watson claimed he had permission from the resident to borrow items "when he wanted to", prosecutor James Kempt told the court.
The auction house was opened in 1842 in Glasgow by Robert McTear and his business partner Donald Kempt.
Upon hearing his story, Wellington asked whether he would be willing to take a message across the field to Marshal Kempt, commander of the 8th British Brigade.
Minimizing the dose to minimize the risk is basic (Kempt, 2003).
Kempt, formerly vice president, North America operations, has been named vice president, global launch management.
Backup quarterback Brady Leaf was injured in the first quarter, leaving Justin Roper and Cody Kempt under center for Oregon's first shutout in 22 years.
MONTANA STATE -- Named Cody Kempt receivers coach and Michael Pitre running backs coach.
Kempt, vice president, North American operations, at Ohio-based Diebold, said the video service can engage customers beyond self-service functions.
Kempt also outlined the report's finding on the enormous environmental impact this sort of widespread, improved energy-efficiency could have.
The kempt and well-gated haven, founded in 1924 during the Coolidge administration by two Indiana Republican congressmen, is so overrun with lobbyists, corporate grandees and dealmakers that it ought to be named Fixers Country Club.
The convict refused, citing the relevant regulation, which permits inmates to keep a beard provided they keep it clean and kempt.
In 1824, surveyor William Kempt was hired by the HBC to do this.
Your cottons should be pure but also try going for a variety that does not wrinkle and crease too easily so you can appear well kempt throughout the day.
APPRENTICE Jamie Jones last night remained in a "stable condition" in the intensive care unit at St George's Hospital in Tooting, after suffering two crushed vertebrae and breaking another two when involved in a five-horse pile - up at Kempt on last Wednesday, writes Graham Green.
There used to be a time when, as a child I used to enjoy visiting old stately homes of England and setting myself the challenge of traversing the various obstacles that the permanently kempt maze had to offer.