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Kelso,

city (1990 pop. 11,820), seat of Cowlitz co., SW Wash., on the Cowlitz River near the Columbia, in a fertile farm area; inc. 1889. Boatbuilding, fishing, and dairy farming are the major industries. Machinery and paper and wood products are manufactured. Settled in 1847, Kelso was an important stopping place for early steamboat travel along the Cowlitz River.
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"He should have a pot of money waiting for him if Kelso did the right thing by him.
I was in hopes he would have married lady Kelso. But I believe he said her family was too large.
The fallen Canadians were eventually interred, many in unmarked graves as were the Kelso brothers, at the Sai Wan Military Cemetery on the northeastern corner of Hong Kong Island.
Kelso quietly transports her readers through a broad range of emotions in these short stories.
One is Gary Kelso, president and chairman, Mission Health Care Services, a system of four nursing homes, based in Huntsville, Utah.
King Kelso, the president of JMK Fibers, and Doug Swan, who manages the day-to-day operations in the company's plants, have considerable experience in terms of overseeing recycling operations.
Lee Kelso, 23,from Brinnington,Stockport,died after 63-year-oldThomas O'Connor stabbed him with a knife with a six-inchblade.
Lee Kelso, aged 23, from Brinnington, Stockport, Greater Manchester, died after 63-year-old Thomas O'Connor stabbed him with a knife with a six-inch blade.
Physical and historical evidence indicates that the man was one of the community's leaders, according to William Kelso, archaeology director of the Association for the Preservation of Virginia Antiquities' Jamestown Rediscovery project.
GALA kept alive their slim promotion hopes by outgunning struggling Border rivals KELSO 38-10 at Netherdale.
GALA kept alive their slim promotion hopes by thumping struggling Border rivals Kelso 38-10 at Netherdale in the only rugby match that survived the freezing weather.
The novel, which follows on from the success of McKinney's debut book 'Big Mouth', a collection of short stories, tells the story of John Kelso, a film critic.