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Noun1.Kilroy - a nonexistent person popularized by American servicemen during World War II; "Kilroy was here"
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LOS ANGELES -- Kilroy Realty Corporation (NYSE: KRC) today announced the retirement of John B.
The Jackson Kayaks Kilroy is a sit-inside kayakthat fishes more like a Sit-On-Top (SOD 'yak.
Intel's senior vice president Tom Kilroy talks about future of ultrabooks
Becoming so close with all of my teammates, having a successful season as a team," Kilroy said.
Danny Beauchamp, 23, is the son that former chat show host Kilroy has never met and tried for years to keep secret.
But after shouting "I've won", Kilroy was told he had not completed the challenge and had to go back.
HILLS have cut Robert Kilroy Silk's Celebrity Big Brother price from 16-1 to 10-1 as punters have piled on the former king of daytime TV.
This paper examines the unconventional Career path of Father Edmund Burke Kilroy (1830-1904), and the primary reason behind his decision to leave the Congregation of Holy Cross in 1859 and become a diocesan priest, and to reject President Abraham Lincoln' s offer of the post of first Catholic chaplain in the U.
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.
New Education Minister Ruth Kelly and Mr Kilroy Silk's driver, Rodney Douglas, were also splattered with the manure.
In January this year, Kilroy-Silk quit as presenter of the BBC's Kilroy show.