KERA


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KERAKentucky Educational Reform Act
KERAKentucky Equal Rights Association (est. 1888)
KERAKatrina Emergency Relief Act of 2005
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Both KPBS and KERA have seen significant expansion of their online communication with members since deploying Kintera's email and eNewsletter tools.
Davis initially agreed to Abbott's format preferences for a WFAA debate, but now says she will appear in the KERA debate.
KERA airs more than 70 hours of award-winning children's programming each week, including seven of the top ten programs for preschool children.
About KERA: KERA operates two television channels (KERA 13 and KERA 2) from the same facility in Dallas, Texas.
To maximize the utility of the FCC-loaned spectrum, KERA plans to increase viewer choice by originating programming and transmitting up to four SD channels during part of the programming day.
Editors are Hemming (freelance anthropologist, translator, and research project consultant), Kera (history, U.
Samantha Cameron, centre , with, from left, Peter Pilotto, Nigerian health worker, Dr Hajara Kera, Chairman of the British Fashion Council, Harold Tillman CBE, Erdem Moralioglu, wearing glasses, and Christopher Kane Picture: YUI MOK
She leaves her husband of 55 years, Pandi Manco; two sons, Alfred Manco and his wife Mimoza of Worcester and Arben Manco and his wife Marjeta of Clearwater, FL; three sisters, Dhimitra Nole of Chicago, IL and Maria Kera and Petrina Terova, both of Albania; and three grandchildren.
Four-year-old Kera, who likes to cuddle Emily and fellow keeper Mel Gage, was abandoned by her mother after being born as a twin at Barcelona Zoo.
The words are spoken by Kera Kollmorgan, a registered nurse at the Planned Parenthood clinic in Eugene, Oregon, to a young girl of perhaps 14 years of age, who has come for treatment of an STD.
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