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  • proper n. A female given name, variant of Keira (of Celtic origin).
  • proper n. A female given name, variant of Kira (of Persian origin).


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  • In fact, this look -- dubbed The Kiera for its most famous practitioner -- is so popular that it has inspired its own brand of plastic surgery: shoulder lipo.

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  • Keira I keep wanting to spell it "Kiera," so forgive me if one slips by thinks that Marty just wants to borrow money again, so she ain't about to let his little emergency interrupt her breakfast.

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  • From the expression on Kiera’s face, I was sure she believed she had.

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  • Police described Rodriguez as 5-foot-9 and 155 pounds with a large scar running from his left ear to the middle of his throat and two tattoos: "Kiera" on his left arm and "Scorpio" on his right arm.

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  • Leigh and Brian Elliott went through five rounds of IVF over a three-year period before Leigh finally gave birth to their daughter, Kiera, in 2006.

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  • "I was mortified when I saw all the cameras and a big cake," said a student named James Cordiano , who proposed to his girlfriend, Kiera, in the midst of the celebration.

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  • Regardless of what I had suggested to Kiera Allen.

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  • In Barstow, at Salon 212, where leathery desert rats, at desert prices, could purchase chic apparel supposedly of New York City lineage, Kiera finally found something she liked.

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  • “Just think,” said Kiera, “our first Thanksgiving.”

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