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ker·o

 (kâr′ō)
n. pl. ker·os
A stemless drinking cup, typically flaring outward toward the brim, traditionally used by the Inca and neighboring Andean peoples.

[Quechua q'iru.]

kero

(ˈkɛrəʊ)
n
Austral and NZ short for kerosene
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Baba Bankhandi Maharaj, a 15-year-old spiritual seeker, whose origins were reportedly either from Kero Khetar near Delhi, or Nepal, arrived in Sindh in 1823, in the town of Sukkur, which was then a major trading hub for the subcontinent.
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During various periods in March and April 2014, the Hub 2 units comprising the No 4A Crude Distillation Unit, No 5 Vacuum Distillation Unit, Kero Merox Unit, No 2 Salt Water Main, the Vis Breaker Unit and all units of the Low Sulphur Fuel Oil Complex were shut down to complete major planned maintenance work.
During various periods in March and April 2014, the Hub 2 units comprising of the No 4A Crude Distillation Unit, No 5 Vacuum Distillation Unit, Kero Merox Unit, No 2 Salt Water Main, the Vis Breaker Unit and all units of the Low Sulphur Fuel Oil Complex were shut down to complete major planned maintenance work.
In late 2009, PepsiCo acquired Brazil's largest coconut water company, Amacoco, which makes the country's top coconut water brands Kero Coco and Trop Coco.
Amacoco makes and sells Brazil's top-selling coconut water brands, Kero Coco and Trop Coco.
El estudio de las piezas enteras y reconstruidas (n=40) permitio definir la presencia de cinco tipos ceramicos: jarra (n=18); aisana o botella (n=1); escudilla con apendices (n=9); kero con y sin asa (n=10); aribaloide (n=2).