Krai

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Krai

In Russia, a political subdivision equivalent to a province. The term is largely customary; administratively, a krai is identical to an oblast.
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The Krays were the proud owners of a security protection company called Krayleigh Enterprises.
The Krays' notoriety has endure, from the eponymous starring Spandau Ballet's Gary and Kemp to the 2015 movie Legend, Hardy remarkably portraying both the Krays' notoriety has continued to endure, from the eponymous 1990 film starring Spandau Ballet's Gary and Martin Kemp to the 2015 movie Legend, with Tom Hardy remarkably portraying both twins in the film.
The reign of the Krays, and their gang, came to an end in 1969 when after one of the most high-profile trials in British legal history, Reggie and Ronnie received life terms for the murders of rival gangsters George Cornell and Jack 'The Hat' McVitie.
When the Krays were arrested, they tried to blame Donoghue for the murder.
And the seaside snaps are set to be published as part of a new book, The Krays: Read All About It, compiled by experts on the infamous brothers, Neil Jackson, Steve Wraith, and Wayne Lear.
Hardy nails dark charm of Krays LEGEND 15, 131mins.
"When I met Mrs Kray I had an immediate affinity with her," says Maureen, 73, whose memoir One Of The Family: 40 Years With The Krays is published this month.
The book, called The Krays from the Cradle to the Grave, contains more than 80 never-before-seen photographs of the London gangsters, including some taken on visits to Tyneside.
"In an interview before his death, Mr Pellicci called the Krays "gentlemen".