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Kearns

(kernz),
Thomas P., 20th-century U.S. ophthalmologist. See: Kearns-Sayre syndrome.
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Yes, it does," Kearns replied, first wetting his lips with his tongue.
There are natural synergies that exist between these two worlds," says Kearns.
I certainly did not expect it to break the record for a Coventry City testimonial game but it topped the gate for the joint testimonial game for George Curtis and Mick Kearns against Liverpool in 1967 by 35.
Former Limerick boss Liam Kearns is in the running along with ex-Donegal chief Brian McEniff and Derry's Mickey Moran.
There are two distinct skill sets when looking at an investigator in the field and an investigative analyst," Kearns said.
This makes it cost-prohibitive to advertise everywhere it builds, says Jeff Kearns, company president.
LIAM Kearns emerges from the Limerick dressing-room in Fitzgerald Stadium, his head bowed almost at chest height.
The badly burnt body of Gary Kearns was discovered by his wife at the family home in Elmfield Avenue, Pype Hayes, Birmingham, in July this year.
That same January, Doris Kearns Goodwin, author of successful biographies of Lyndon Johnson, various Kennedys, and Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt, television regular and Harvard overseer, was found to have taken numerous passages in her 1987 book The Fitzgeralds from a book by Lynne McTaggart on Kathleen Kennedy.
Neil Kearns on O'Neill's fine and Graham Bradley's ban
Michael Kearns starts twice-monthly Observer offering 'smart local news' in a market with two dailies and at least two weeklies
Evil Owen Kearns was caged for nine years yesterday for repeatedly raping a woman who had just been to see Phantom of the Opera.