Kilroy


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Kilroy

fictitious American soldier; left inscription, “Kilroy was here,” everywhere U.S. soldiers were stationed (1940s). [Am. Mil. Folklore: Misc.]
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Kilroy suggests that the correspondence and material culture of religious leaders and their congregations tend to be treated as relics instead of material that could be subjected to scientific analysis.
"It was good to see him in great spirits and looking so good," Kilroy said.
Future ultrabooks will be equipped with voice recognition, face tracking and touch features, which will secure the laptops and make them easier to use, said Tom Kilroy, senior vice president at Intel, during a keynote speech at the Computex trade show in Taipei.
11 August 2010 - JP Morgan Securities Inc and Banc of America Securities LLC were the lead arrangers and book-runners for Kilroy Realty LP's USD500m (EUR385.5m) unsecured revolving credit facility, Kilroy Realty Corp (NYSE:KRC) said.
Prior to joining GIM, Kilroy served as senior vice president for LCOR Incorporated.
He only knows his father through seeing him on TV - but says that's enough to convince him Kilroy isn't worth knowing.
WITH TWO NOVELS to her credit and a third on the way, award-winning author Claire Kilroy is rapidly emerging as a critical favorite amongst the most recent crop of young Irish writers.
"Kilroy Silk's show had a cult following and if they stay loyal he will be very hard to beat," said Hills spokesman Rupert Adams.
Gerard Kilroy. Edmund Campion: Memory and Transcription.
Huddersfield weightlifter Peter Kilroy wrote his name into the British record books.