Definitions for kennyˈkɛn i
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A diminutive of the male given name Kenneth.
Kenny is the seventh studio album by Kenny Rogers, released in 1979. It includes the singles "Coward of the County" and "You Decorated My Life." "Tulsa Turnaround" is a reworking of an earlier song Rogers recorded with The First Edition. "Goodbye Marie" was later recorded by Bobby Goldsboro, charting as a single for him in early 1981. The album reached #5 in the US pop charts and #1 in the country charts. In the UK, it reached the top 10 on the pop charts. In 2007, the album was issued as a two album set on one CD, the other album included on the disc being the self-titled Kenny Rogers from 1976. In the sleevenotes for the 2009 reissue on the Edsel record label, biographer Chris Bolton notes that this album "does its best to represent every musical personality of Kenny Rogers." Stephen Thomas Erlewine states that the album mixes music styles from Country to Disco. This album has sold 22 million copies worldwide.
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I was known as Kenny Suesens' daughter for 30 to 40 years, i didn't have my own identity.
I've often said, if I had one drive to win a game to this day, and I had a quarterback to pick, I would pick Kenny, the Snake was The Snake than I was.
I conclude that this tragic and unfortunate death was the result of a lawful use of deadly police force and that no charges should be brought against officer Kenny.
He told me that if I ever made it to the U.S., he’d have a job for me, we didn’t have gutters in Nairobi. The job description made no sense to me. Kenny said to just come the next morning and he’d show me.
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