KATE


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AcronymDefinition
KATEKids about the Environment (various locations)
KATEKorea Association of Teachers of English
KaTEX/Ka-Band Telemetry and Telecommand Experiment
KATEKnowledge-based Autonomous Test Engineer
KATEKinetically-Advanced Timing Equipment
KATEKDE (K Desktop Environment) Advanced Text Editor (software)
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Kate is older than you, Fred and Frank (twins) about my age, and a little girl (Grace), who is nine or ten.
Meg was grateful to see that Miss Kate, though twenty, was dressed with a simplicity which American girls would do well to imitate, and who was much flattered by Mr.
Miss Kate decided that she was `odd', but rather clever, and smiled upon her from afar.
Miss Kate sketched and Frank talked to Beth, who was making little mats of braided rushes to serve as plates.
Miss Kate came towards her brother and whispered, "Don't speak to her; she can't bear to be spoken to to-day.
All this kept her very busy, and she had not had time to do more than look at the little vellum book that Archer had sent her the week before (the "Sonnets from the Portuguese"); but she was learning by heart "How they brought the Good News from Ghent to Aix," because it was one of the first things he had ever read to her; and it amused her to be able to tell him that Kate Merry had never even heard of a poet called Robert Browning.
Nevertheless, the quilling inside Rosamond's bonnet was so charming that it was impossible not to desire the same kind of thing for Kate, and Mrs.
Polly danced all over the room, Bess and Becky hugged one another, and Kate laughed with her eyes full, while even Fanny felt a glow of, pride and pleasure at the kind act.
Let 's club together, and have a revel," said Kate, producing a bag of oranges, and several big, plummy buns.
You 'll be shocked at our performances, Miss Shaw, but you can call it a picnic, and never tell what dreadful things you saw us do," said Rebecca, polishing a paint knife by rubbing it up and down in a pot of ivy, while Kate spread forth the feast in several odd plates, and a flat shell or two.
But though he was afraid to make up to them, he couldn't bear to lose sight of them; so when they walked faster he walked faster, when they lingered he lingered, and when they stopped he stopped; and so they might have gone on, until the darkness prevented them, if Kate had not looked slyly back, and encouragingly beckoned Nathaniel to advance.
There was a very snug little party, consisting of Maria Lobbs and her cousin Kate, and three or four romping, good-humoured, rosy-cheeked girls.