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Noun1.Kilroy - a nonexistent person popularized by American servicemen during World War II; "Kilroy was here"
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Phil Kilroy, The Society of the Sacred Heart in Nineteenth-Century France, 1800-1865 (Cork: Cork University Press, 2012, 326 pp., [euro]39 hardback)
"For 18 years he'd done that programme (Kilroy), four days a week.
A Leominster High senior who plays on Gardner's co-op team, Kilroy scored 15 goals and added 16 assists as the Wildcats finished 11-5-3 - good for second place in the GEMIHL Central/West - and advanced to the quarterfinals of the Division 2 state tourney.
Ali's former business manager, Gene Kilroy, said the fighter - who has long suffered from Parkinson's - particularly enjoyed a big birthday cake in the celebration Thursday at his home in a gated community just outside Phoenix.
I have just read "Kilroy Was There" [by Chuck Lyons, June 2012], and some memories from long ago were stirred up.
Intel's senior vice president Tom Kilroy talks about future of ultrabooks
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-11 August 2010-JP Morgan, Banc of America lead arrangers of Kilroy Realty USD500m loan deal(C)1994-2010 M2 COMMUNICATIONS
Kilroy, CFA, has joined Grosvenor Investment Management US, Inc.
Danny Beauchamp, 23, is the son that former chat show host Kilroy has never met and tried for years to keep secret.
CLAIRE KILROY Tenderwire London: Faber and Faber; New York: Harcourt, 2006, $14.00 (pb)
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.