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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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(1) As Geoffrey O'Brien has remarked, "Thomas Kyd's The Spanish Tragedy ...
Lukas Erne investigates the authorship of Kyd's The Tragedy of Soliman and Perseda to conclude that Thomas Kyd was the author of one extraordinarily generative play (2001:1).
Jack, 'Thomas Kyd and the Ur-Hamlet', Publication of the Modern Languages Association, 20 (1905), 729-48; John W Cunliffe, 'Nash and the Earlier Hamlet', Publication of the Modern Languages Association, 21 (1906), 193-99 (p.
Kline's "The Circulation of the Letter in Kyd's The Spanish Tragedy" (1592) tries to open "Thomas Kyd's play to a deconstructive reading," that is, through "Derrida's reading of Lacan" (229).
Thomas Kyd, the playwright of genius who wrote The Spanish Tragedy and shared a room in Shoreditch with Marlowe, reported under torture that blasphemous pages discovered in his possession actually belonged to Marlowe.
Thomas Kyd's The Spanish Tragedy features as many murders as any Wes Craven film.
First performed in 1585, Thomas Kyd's The Spanish Tragedy is usually credited with establishing the hugely popular--but often morally ambiguous--conventions of revenge drama.
Last fall I directed a staged reading of Thomas Kyd's The Spanish Tragedy that made a point of foregrounding sound.
As a test case, Craig has been studying a collection of scenes that were added by an anonymous author in 1602 to a play called The Spanish Tragedy, after its author, Thomas Kyd, was already dead.
Thomas Kyd, author of The Spanish Tragedy, the subject of an anonymous charge, was arrested and tortured under the auspices of the Privy Council in 1593, on suspicion of treasonable activity.
Others are represented by administrations only; for example, Thomas Kyd (1594), James Burbage (1597), John Dutton (1614), and Ben Jonson (1637).