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Kara

(ˈkʌrə)
n
(Hinduism) the steel bangle traditionally worn by Sikhs as a symbol of their religious and cultural loyalty, symbolizing unity with God: originally worn as a wristguard by swordsmen. See also five Ks
[Punjabi karā]
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Karas' attorney, Craig Mielke, formally asked the board via email July 12 to withdraw the application, but did not provide a reason, according to Greg Nazuka, president of the pension fund board, who is also a deputy chief in the department.
Karas parents, who initially ignore her pleas for help with anxiety, become more accepting and supportive through the story.
Sherif Karas started taking pictures 15 years ago with his father's camera and has never stopped.
Othmar Karas (EPP, Austria), the European Parliament's rapporteur on a proposal to increase the amount of capital banks should hold in reserve to fend off future crises, has said the rules should be introduced sooner than suggested by the Commission.
The public safety officers pension fund board voted Monday morning to hire Inspe Associates, a Chicago firm that coordinates medical legal case reviews, to find physicians to examine Edward Karas.
Edward Karas, a 13-year member of the Rosemont Public Safety Department, submitted an application for a disability pension just ahead of a scheduled Thursday hearing to consider his termination as a sergeant.
Edward Karas, who was making $112,527 a year as a 13-year veteran of the force.
Edward Karas, a 13-year veteran of the Rosemont Public Safety Department, faces termination for violating department rules, including overstepping his authority while off-duty at the June 9 show, according to a six-page written complaint filed by Superintendent Donald E.
Edward Karas, 40, who joined the Rosemont Public Safety Department in 2005, and Wright O'Laughlin, 48, of Chicago are accused of robbing an Exxon gas station in Norridge and a Shell gas station in Park Ridge early Wednesday morning.
Karas had been placed on administrative leave June 11 and stripped of his police powers at that time due to an unrelated pending internal investigation, Rosemont Sgt.