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Kezia

(kēzī`ə), in the Bible, second daughter of Job after his affliction.
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At First Minister's Questions on Thursday, Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale focused entirely on oil, appearing to blame the SNP for its falling price.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has backed Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale's plans for the party north of the border to take control over issues like constituency parties and candidate selection.
Mr Corbyn said his party had lost its way north of the border and he backed calls from Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale for Scots to look again at the party as it seeks to rebuild from a series of election drubbings.
Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale has vowed to change her party and act on messages delivered by voters.
Meanwhile, Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale has set herself on a potential collision course with UK Labour by confirming she will bow to the will of Scottish party members on their support for Trident.
KEZIA DUGDALE has been elected as the new leader of Scottish Labour, asking voters across the country to "take a fresh look" at the party.
The plot centers on Kezia Marchant who marries Tom, the younger brother of her good friend, Thea Brisenden, with whom she went to school, both becoming teachers.
In sprint, she beat teammate Kezia Varghese, who finished second.
In 'Prelude', one of Katherine Mansfield's most famous New Zealand stories, she places Kezia Burnell, a privileged child, in front of a coloured dining room window.
Kezia Stanley-Kaussen's story shows what can be achieved via Graduate Advantage (GA).
Individuals highlighted in the story include newspaper editor John McLeod Keating, teacher and nurse Kezia Payne DePelchin, Dr.
Kezia, 68, of Bracknell, Berks, added: "I expect to be hoarse with cheering come morning.