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Kerr

Sir John Robert. 1914--91, Australian public servant. As governor general of Australia (1974--77), he dismissed the Labor prime minister Gough Whitlam (1975) amid great controversy
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Mr Kerr accompanied area police officers PC Pam King and Neil Hunter on a patrol around Stirling city centre.
Kerr admits that she, along with some of her backroom team, "had a few drinks" before the explosive Shelley stars debrief.
Kerr told the club's official webssite: "I will lead by example on the pitch.
The tragedy spurred action by Kerr, whose university president father was fatally shot in 1984 in Lebanon by a Shia militia known as Islamic Jihad.
Nation Sport takes a look how stakeholders received the news:"Best coaches know the best time to leave, when least expected and when on a high run of performance, thanks Dylan Kerr for the fantastic memories at Gor Mahia and Kenyan football." - Retired Comrade on Twitter.
P Crosbie Memorial Salver (Bowls Scotland senior fours): W Glendinning, S Duff, N R Hannah, J Kerr (C Peacock, R Jess, D Poland, D Smith).
A trial heard how Kerr had volunteered to take a vital piece of equipment to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary to save a dying patient.
Kerr believes his charges have what it takes to clinch the title which they bitterly lost to Azam in the 2015 finals.
Kerr amassed the record total just days after her team's 490 for four against Ireland set a record for cricket's highest-ever one-day international total.
Miranda Kerr is now a mother of two, while husband Evan Spiegel has finally entered fatherhood.
Gold company Kerr Mines Inc (TSX:KER) Tuesday reported non-dilutive share purchases by Forte Fixtures & Millwork Inc and Trans Oceanic Minerals Company Limited.