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KYD

The ISO 4217 currency code for the Cayman Islands Dollar.

KYD

ISO 4217 code for the Cayman Islands dollar. First introduced in 1972, replacing the Jamaican dollar, it has been pegged to the United States dollar since 1974. As of 2009, the peg was US$1.20 per C$1, making the Cayman Islands dollar one of the highest valued currencies in the world.
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She said KYD promised them that their stalls would remain in the same location and that they could purchase their stall for only $400 to $500 each, up to the number of stalls they previously owned before the company took over.
In leaving The Shrew open-ended, Shakespeare participates in Kyd's indeterminate sense of an ending not as a mystery to be connected by elite audiences with the contemporary political context but as an experience that reveals the unending reciprocity of drama and life.
Kyd parallels Lucius's revelation and concealment of the mystery secrets method by having Hieronimo's playlet translated and not translated.
With the imperial theme of the collapse of Sultan Soliman, Kyd's The Tragedy of Soliman and Perseda (1598) seems to mix up history and fiction.
As he recalls his clandestine relations with the Spanish King's niece, Bel-Imperia, Kyd's Andrea strives to maintain notions of her 'worthy' passivity as an angelic receptacle of masculine passions, rather than as a sinful, desiring creature in her own right: 'In secret I possessed a worthy dame / Which hight sweet Bel-Imperia by name.' (2) This claim becomes more complicated since, as Frank Whigham (24) has observed, such a socially transgressive liaison could not have occurred 'without encouragement, given the lady's extreme dynastic status [and] her fiercely protective family'.
Raber erects this distinction in an attempt to isolate the role of class in the production of closet drama, but in doing so she unnecessarily simplifies the cultural continuities between closet and stage plays--continuities that can be traced among groups of writers (Kyd and Daniel both wrote closet and stage plays), among forms of publication (the appearance of closet drama in print is not unlike that of many published theater plays), among patrons (the Herberts, most importantly), and among readers (there is no evidence that closet plays were positioned any differently in the culture of reading than plays with a performance history).
Jules and Jamie Oliver with Poppy Honey; Sharleen Spiteri with Misty Kyd; Gail Porter with Honey; Melanie Blatt and Lillyella, one; Mel B and Phoenix Chi, three; Melanie Blatt; Sean Penn and Robin Wright with Hopper, nine and Dylan, 11; Michael J.
Kyd said nuclear power plants could survive an accidental crash of a commercial jetliner or a military aircraft but an airborne terrorist attack such as what took place in New York and Washington last Tuesday had not been anticipated.
Another striking example, and the focus of this essay, is the device of the bloody handkerchief popularized by Thomas Kyd's spectacularly successful The Spanish Tragedy (1582-92).
Pollitt made a tremendous penalty save to block four-goal Butler's spot kick after White had tripped Kyd in the area.
Scholarly interest in Thomas Kyd, best remembered today for The Spanish Tragedy, started late.
Kyd anticipated the structure of many later plays, including the development of middle and final climaxes.