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What does KYD stand for?

KYD stands for Kill Your Darlings


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and Zoe Kazan friends' and Zoe Kazan friends' Freed from the potentially toxic pressure of Harry Potter and the daunting responsibility Freed from the potentially toxic pressure of Harry Potter and the daunting responsibility of starring as Allen Ginsberg in last year's Kill Your Darlings, Radcliffe is a revelation - light of touch and a more than ready-made successor to Hugh Grant.
and Zoe Kazan friends' and Zoe Kazan friends' Freed from the potentially toxic pressure of Harry Potter and the daunting responsibility Freed from the potentially toxic pressure of Harry Potter and the daunting responsibility of starring as Allen Ginsberg in last year's Kill Your Darlings, Radcliffe is a revelation - light of touch and a more than ready-made successor to Hugh Grant.
and Zoe Kazan friends' Freed from the potentially toxic pressure of Harry Potter and the daunting responsibility of starring as Allen Ginsberg in last year's Kill Your Darlings, Radcliffe is a revelation - light of touch and a more than ready-made successor to Hugh Grant.
KILL YOUR DARLINGS (15)) YOUNG poet Allen Ginsberg (Daniel Radcliffe) arrives at Columbia University in 1944 full of trepidation and wonder.
KILL YOUR DARLINGS (15)) YOUNG poet Allen Ginsberg (Daniel Radcliffe) arrives at Columbia University in 1944 full of trepidation and wonder.
KILL YOUR DARLINGS (15)) YOUNG poet Allen Ginsberg (Daniel Radcliffe) arrives at Columbia University in 1944 full of trepidation and wonder.
KILL YOUR DARLINGS (15) YOUNG poet Allen Ginsberg (Daniel Radcliffe) arrives at Columbia University in 1944 full of trepidation and wonder.
KILL YOUR DARLINGS (15) YOUNG poet Allen Ginsberg (Daniel Radcliffe) arrives at Columbia University in 1944 full of trepidation and wonder.