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  • proper noun A male given name of modern usage, a rare spelling variant of Christopher.

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Examples

  • Who recalls the Kristopher Kime case in which he was beast to death by a thug at the Mardi Gras celebration in Pioneer Square?

    Sound Politics: Joni Balter: Washington's laziest editorial writer?

  • "During the next month, [the candidates] will probably focus on the battleground states; the states that are up for grabs [by either party]," Kristopher "Kris" Willis, advisor of College Democrats and communication lecturer said.

    The Appalachian

  • Union chief Kristopher Baumann says it's a slap in the face to officers who voted for Mayor Gray, expecting him to keep his word.

    DeMorning DeBonis: Feb. 18, 2011

  • BAUMANN SUGGESTS FEDERAL COPS TAKEOVER -- The week's events, plus the prospect of severe budget cuts, have police union leader Kristopher Baumann calling for a federal takeover of the Metropolitan Police -- or so he tells Harry Jaffe in his Examiner column: Tell me Jay Leno's writers are not salivating over this stuff.

    DeMorning DeBonis: Feb. 25, 2011

  • Two local men, Kristopher Sickles, 27, of Sandusky and Jacob Ward, 33, of Huron, are among those facing charges.

    Think Progress » FBI Issues Warning About Threat From Yet Another Anti-Government Group With Ties To The Radical Right

  • In one lawsuit, filed in the U.S. District Court's Northern District of California, videogame player Kristopher Johns said Sony's security was negligently poor and the company failed to encrypt personal information.

    Sony Faces Suits Over PlayStation Breach

  • Brewing ‘ever-crazier beers'On a bus twisting through the mountains of western Sichuan province, Kristopher Rubesh, from Oregon, wonders when his Tibetan hostel, the first foreign-owned business on the long journey to Lhasa, can be reopened.

    U.S. expatriates pursue American dream in China

  • Francois Xavier Marit/AFP/Getty Images Scottish swimmer Kristopher Gilchrist competed in the men's 100-meter breast stroke on day three of the Games in S.P. Mukherjee swimming stadium.

    Day Three of the Games

  • Brewing ‘ever-crazier beers'On a bus twisting through the mountains of western Sichuan province, Kristopher Rubesh, from Oregon, wonders when his Tibetan hostel, the first foreign-owned business on the long journey to Lhasa, can be reopened.

    U.S. expatriates pursue American dream in China

  • Scott Olson/Getty Images MEDICAL FLIGHT: U.S. Army flight medic Sgt. Tyrone Jordan gave first aid to a prisoner who was shot by Marines during a firefight as Marine Lance Cpl. Kristopher Brown guarded the prisoner aboard a medical helicopter near Marja, Afghanistan, Wednesday.

    Photos of the Day: Sept. 29

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