noun, plural Ka·rens, (especially collectively) Ka·ren.
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It was a novel written by Sarah about her adolescence, one that Karen considers to be exploitative and dangerously untrue.The mind-boggling end of Susan Choi’s Trust Exercise, explained|Constance Grady|November 20, 2020|Vox
Karen, you talked to essentially the father of deep learning Geoffrey Hinton at our EmTech conference recently.
So when Abbie asked Karen to be her maid of honor and officiate at the ceremony, Karen was thrilled.
At the time of the engagement, my sister made it known to me and Karen that she was concerned my daughter would bring covid-19 with her from New York, where cases have been high.
Pence and his wife Karen educated their children at Immanuel School in Northern Virginia where Karen still teaches.
Karen, a 72-year-old white woman, arrived at the park after the first group had left and without knowing that others would follow.
With exquisite timing, religious historian Karen Armstrong steps forth with Fields of Blood: Religion and the History of Violence.Karen Armstrong’s New Rule: Religion Isn’t Responsible for Violence|Patricia Pearson|October 29, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The shooting Ice Cube was referring to was the accidental killing of Karen Toshima by a stray bullet.
Karen Berger, another regular player at Haviland Hollow Farm said the appeal of polo for her is multifaceted.
Check out this fine sampling from the likes of Karen Shirely, Margalit Fox, and the most-talented, Heather Lende.
Lancaster rolled up his sleeves with the rest and let Karen take over the leadership—she was the best experimenter.
Karen wept openly and kissed him good-bye with a fervor that haunted his dreams afterward.
But a few more incisive cameos of fantasy such as this, and Mr. Anderson may come to be identified as Karen's husband.The Piebald Hippogriff|Karen Anderson
"I remember that after we turned them down, somebody tried to kidnap Karen," MacLeod said grimly.
Karen Hilquist and the aristocratic black-sheep who called himself Bertie Wooster were waiting when he opened the door.