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  • proper n. A diminutive of the female given name Kerry.


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  • Philip Moore, who still has family living in Taunton, has just released his fifth book entitled Kez (Every Decade Needs a Hero).


  • But one of the reasons being that myself and "Kez," the other bodyguard who worked on that trip, have been accused in the media of things, some by our former employer.

    CNN Transcript Mar 21, 2000

  • From left, Pen "Big Boy Samoa" Augafaapae, Kevin "Kez" Nugara and Philip

    Star News Group

  • Quarterback and eventual Heisman Trophy winner Charlie Ward's 4th-and-20 conversion to Kez McCorvey for a touchdown led the Seminoles to a 31-24 victory.

    The Game of the Century of the Week

  • The series was commissioned by CBBC controller Damien Kavanagh and independent productions executive producer Kez Margrie.

    Embarrassing Bodies producers to make medicine series aimed at children

  • Kez believes that unless help comes soon, dogs will begin to be killed for food.

    Time Running Out for Earthquake Survivors in Haiti

  • When I told Kez that the US Armed Forces were in P.auP. and that the Red Cross and rescue and medical teams from many countries were on the ground, she cried.

    Time Running Out for Earthquake Survivors in Haiti

  • He threw a seventeen-yard touchdown pass to Kez McCorvey to give us a 27–24 lead with one minute, forty-eight seconds left.

    Called to Coach

  • As noted by Kez, David Kerr contested the Falkirk West by-election for the SNP back in 2000 achieving a 17% swing and losing out by a mere 705 votes to Eric Joyce.

    Archive 2009-07-01

  • I follow a lot of blogs off and on but when I log on I invariably find myself hoping above all else that Kez has a new blog post up and that speaks volumes.

    Archive 2009-07-01


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