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Use "kee" in a sentence
"Henderson Land said its vice chairman, the elder son of businessman Lee Shau-kee, is considering buying a stake in TBV."
"HONG KONG — Henderson Land Development Ltd. said Monday its vice chairman, the elder son of businessman Lee Shau-kee, is studying the possibility of buying a stake in Television Broadcasts Ltd., a deal that could lead to the broadcaster's 102-year-old chairman, Sir Run Run Shaw, relinquishing control of the company he co-founded more than 40 years ago."
"The kee kee is the sound a poult makes because it's too young to “break” a yelp."