KEYS (1440 AM) is a radio station serving the Corpus Christi, Texas area with a sports format. It broadcasts on AM frequency 1440 kHz and is licensed to Malkan AM Associates, L.P.
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... These keys, known as the Geelong Keys, are believed by some to have been dropped by Portuguese explorers some hundreds of years previously, but the Poppykettle Papers suggest ...
... "Harlem's Nocturne" Alicia Keys Keys 143 2 ... Keys, Taneisha Smith Brothers 416 3 ... "Heartburn" Keys, Tim Mosley, Walter Millsap III, Candice Nelson, Erika Rose Timbaland, Keys 328 4 ...
... At the 47th Grammy Awards in 2005, The Diary of Alicia Keys won a Grammy Award for Best R B Album and also earned Keys two other awards, including Best Female R B Vocal ... Keys also won two Soul Train Awards, Best R B/Soul Single ("If I Ain't Got You") and Best R B/Soul Album by a female artist. 200 Albums of All Time" The Diary of Alicia Keys ranks at number 129 on the list ...
... There were 174 households of which 37.4% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 57.5% were married couples living together, 13.8% had a female householder with no husband present, and 26.4% were non-families. 20.1% of all households were made up of individuals and 7.5% had someone living alone who was 65 years of age or older ...
... The Diary of Alicia Keys is the second studio album by American recording artist Alicia Keys ... studios, and production was handled primarily by Keys with contributions from Kerry Brothers, Jr ... It became Keys' second consecutive number-one debut in the United States and spawned three top-ten singles ...
Famous quotes containing the word keys:
“McCoy: That sharks been following us ever since the surgeon died, waiting for the burial. Couldnt I have a musket to shoot it, sir?
Fletcher Christian: Take the deck, McCoy. Ill get the keys to the arms chest.
McCoy: Get two muskets, sir. Id like to shoot that shark on board.”
—Talbot Jennings (18961985)
“And yet we constantly reclaim some part of that primal spontaneity through the youngest among us, not only through their sorrow and anger but simply through everyday discoveries, life unwrapped. To see a child touch the piano keys for the first time, to watch a small body slice through the surface of the water in a clean dive, is to experience the shock, not of the new, but of the familiar revisited as though it were strange and wonderful.”
—Anna Quindlen (b. 1952)
“Thou hast the keys of Paradise, oh just, subtle, and mighty opium!”
—Thomas De Quincey (17851859)