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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Now US director Brian Helgeland's Legend views the Krays from the perspective of Reg's young wife Frances Shea (Emily Browning).
Now American director Brian Helgeland's Legend views the Krays in their thuggish pomp from the perspective of young Frances Shea (Browning), wooed
It is her relationship with Violet that makes her account of life with the Krays so unique - and her reason for adding yet another book to the stack written about them.
The club, which was situated where The Gate is now, became popular with the Krays when they descended on Newcastle over a six-month period in the mid-1960s.
The Krays rose to infamy in the 1950s and 60s with their gang, The Firm.
Mr Mudd also described the extraordinary moment his brother's wife threw the Krays out of her home in Newport Road, Cardiff.
So he was told that the Krays were taking The Beatles off him," Colin added.
Many of the items were originally given to friends of the Krays, Frank and Noelle Kurylo, for safe-keeping while the brothers were in prison.
ACTRESS Patsy Kensit has revealed how she said no to gangster Reggie Kray.