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Keros

(kē`rŏs), in the Bible, family that returned from Babylon.
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Division Three laders Gateshead Redheugh came through 4-0 at Whitley Bay - Dillon Cummings, Alex Henderson, Keros Libinde and Brad Ponten on target.
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Archaeologists have unearthed remarkable monumental structures built about 4,500 years ago on a promontory on the Cycladic island of Keros, Greece.
For decades, William "Bill" Keros ran the Lafayette Coney Island in downtown Detroit.
Found on the island of Keros, near Crete, the statues' purpose is unclear.
Las jarras y keros de Agua Amarga fueron adscriptos a momentos de dominacion inka por asociacion contextual a vasijas Viluco-Inka.
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The six who are being sued are: Hector Dominguez, formerly senior vice president of supercenters, received $750,000; Paul Springthorpe, who had been senior vice president of distribution operations, received $700,000; Leo Anguiano, formerly senior vice president of asset protection, got $500,000; Paula Paquette, who had been senior vice president and general merchandising manager, got $500,000; Mariana Keros, formerly vice president of trend and product development, received $400,000; and John Foster, who had been senior vice president of real estate management, obtained $300,000.
That's when Mariana Keros' touch will be reflected on the $40 billion retailer's shelves.