Kenneth is a given name.

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... 208 Kenneth Street - This 1920 Tudor was designed by and the residence for Paul Bartholomew until his death in 1973. 214 Kenneth Street - This 1937 center hall colonial was designed by Paul Bartholomew per original blueprints ... Located at Kenneth and Loor Streets ...

Famous quotes containing the word kenneth:

    God help the horse, and the driver too!
    And the people and beasts who have never a friend!
    For the driver easily might have been you,
    And the horse be me by a different end!
    And nobody knows how their days will cease!
    And the poor, when they’re old, have little of peace!
    —James Kenneth Stephens (1882–1950)

    Much literary criticism comes from people for whom extreme specialization is a cover for either grave cerebral inadequacy or terminal laziness, the latter being a much cherished aspect of academic freedom.
    —John Kenneth Galbraith (b. 1908)

    Consumer wants can have bizarre, frivolous, or even immoral origins, and an admirable case can still be made for a society that seeks to satisfy them. But the case cannot stand if it is the process of satisfying wants that creates the wants.
    —John Kenneth Galbraith (b. 1908)