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  • All three were the first known prime of any kind of that size.
  • Before that people had called it blue-beat and all kind of other things.
  • This causes three of a kind to be more common than two pair.
  • Each individual having a distinct purpose in the grand existence of human kind.
  • It is said to be the largest all female event of its kind in the world.
  • He's the kind where you open up and do all the talking.
  • It's kind of like saying something is bad when you really mean good.
  • So it was a little kind of a new wave country song.
  • These kinds of games are usually more complex in terms of game play.
  • The difficulty is getting enough data of the right kind to support the particular method.
  • It is the first and only institute of its kind in the Jewish world.
  • Both boys and girls receive the same kind of education.
  • Systems of this kind have existed for centuries over much of the world.
  • Some question whether this kind of check could really remain in place.
  • Less commonly, some do other kinds of software-development work in addition to games.
  • This method became and remains standard on fixed-wing aircraft of all kinds.
  • With wild cards in play, the best possible hand is a five of a kind.
  • Government of any kind currently affects every human activity in many important ways.
  • And when you work with that kind of feeling, you can take chances.
  • Black and white copper seem to be different from the red kind.
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Meaning of kind

  • noun A category of things distinguished by some common characteristic or quality
    sculpture is a form of art, what kinds of desserts are there?
  • adjective Having or showing a tender and considerate and helpful nature; used especially of persons and their behavior
    kind to sick patients, a kind master, kind words showing understanding and sympathy, thanked her for her kind letter