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Definition of "kerr" []

  • Sir John Robert. 1914–91, Australian public servant. As governor general of Australia (1974–77), he dismissed the Labor prime minister Gough Whitlam (1975) amid great controversy (noun)

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Use "kerr" in a sentence
  • "Mark gasped when he called kerr ri's office the next morning from Los Angeles, and Debbie informed him that Kerri had been mugged the night before and was still in the hospital."
  • "Then the wheel of time by Robert Jordan, these were like a re-awakening to me at the age 0f 16 or so, then kathrin kerr, oh and also ealier david eddings in a big way) I had a bad disease as a kid and these books were they onlly real medicine i needed, giving me the strength i needed to push on."
  • "(A) Labour In Scotland have adopted a contructive opposition posture, quite different from the hectoring of wendy, anger of Andy kerr etc."