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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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After complaints by race relations groups, the BBC felt it would be impossible for Kilroy, 61, to remain impartial.
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It was good to see him in great spirits and looking so good," Kilroy said.
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Kilroy started out as a simple cartoon doodle, but he quickly caught the popular fancy of wartime Americans and became a widespread fad.
He only knows his father through seeing him on TV - but says that's enough to convince him Kilroy isn't worth knowing.
Joe struggled with the fourth lock and Kilroy, rising to the top to get air, reached the sixth lock.
In his heyday Kilroy Silk's show had a cult following and if they stay loyal to him he will be very hard to beat," said Hills spokesman Rupert Adams.
Le present article se veut une analyse du cheminement de carriere du pere Edmund Burke Kilroy (1830-1904) et des raisons derriere sa decision de quitter la Congregation de Sainte-Croix en 1859 afin de devenir pretre diocesain, et de rejeter l'occasion que lui offrait le president Abraham Lincoln de devenir le premier aumonier de la marine americaine en 1864.
In Edmund Campion: Memory and Transcription, Gerard Kilroy explores the systems developed by English Catholics from 1581 through 1606 to communicate with each other, preserve their history, and continue to advocate for their religion.
Huddersfield weightlifter Peter Kilroy wrote his name into the British record books.