“Such are the exhortations in Keri Smith's new book Mess: The Manual of Accidents and Mistakes (Perigee, 2010).”
“Keri is a pistol, and she's one of the most amazingly successful authors Australia has ever produced.”
“When I called Keri that weekend, I knew it was mutual, as she could not conceal her excitement to hear from me.”
“Keri is one of the greatest young actresses of our day; does anyone find it odd that networks are not falling over themselves to get her back on a weekly series?”
“The Keri is better: "a heifer threshing"; the strongest were used for threshing, and as the law did not allow their mouth to be muzzled in threshing (De 25: 4), they waxed wanton with eating. bellow as bulls -- rather, "neigh as steeds," literally, "strong ones," a poetical expression for steeds (see on  Jer 8: 16) [Maurer].”
“Last reported residence is somewhere near a small fishing village on the southwestern coast of Zakynthos called Keri.”
“When I arrived at the hotel I went up to my room and called Keri.”
“One of these hills, called Keri, is celebrated in the country on account of a white spot which shines from afar, and in which the natives profess to see the image of the full moon.”
“(written hi 'with waw rather than yodh for the feminine) is the first instance of this so-called Keri perpetuam and is a stylistic peculiarity of the author of the Pentateuch (so still Koenig) and not the result, of redactional activity (so most critics).”
“According to the Convention blog, expression of interest forms have been received from authors such as Keri Arthur, Liz Maverick, MaryJanice Davidson and Sherrilyn Kenyon.”
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