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Kerr

(ker),
Harry Hyland, U.S. surgeon, 1881-1963. See: Parker-Kerr suture.
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Kerr "has always wanted more children" and "can't wait to give Flynn a sibling," a source told the publication.
Now we can reveal Kerr - who earned PS36,000 a year - has been able to resign from his job and avoid a full disciplinary hearing.
But for more than a year, Farmers maintained that Kerr had willfully misrepresented risks in his commercial book of business, according to the case file obtained by Arkansas Business under the Freedom of Information Act.
The acquisition is structured as an asset transaction and includes Kerr Drug's 76 retail drug stores and its specialty pharmacy business.
A brawl followed, said Darron Whitehead, prosecuting, and Kerr produced a knife and stabbed his victim before the pair parted and shook hands.
The Kerr Drug retail drugstores and specialty pharmacy business are an exceptional addition to the Walgreens family of companies, said Walgreens President and CEO Greg Wasson.
Handing over the parchment, Nesbitt paid tribute to the courage of the Kerr family in the aftermath of the murder.
And prophetically, the appellate lawyer whose previous work Kerr lambasts is the same one who helped spur lawmakers to create the office of writs in the first place.
As a result, Kerr has forged into new areas of prescription care and has steadily increased the range of services it offers its customers.
Kerr and Wood and their team at the BC-CfE developed a rationale for establishing a SIF research pilot study and undertook extensive feasibility work, which was instrumental in gaining approval to open a facility of this kind.
We are thrilled to partner with Do Mobile Advertising in this very exciting promotional campaign," noted Kerr Drug - Marketing Director, Diane Eliezer.