noun, plural Ka·rens, (especially collectively) Ka·ren.
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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.
The firebrand union president, Karen Lewis, may run against Mayor Rahm Emanuel.
Her eyes came back to Karen's face and fury again seized her.
"Nor by me, my Karen," said Madame von Marwitz with a more profound gloom.
Uncle Thor made an especially delicious one for Karen, who had already become a great favorite with him.Our Little Danish Cousin|Luna May Innes
If Karen were found Gregory Jardine must come to know that her guardian had, literally, driven her from her home.
Karen replied with sober reassurances and promises and showed no corresponding alarms on his behalf.
Mongoloid people of Burma, 1759, from Burmese ka-reng "wild, dirty, low-caste man" [OED].
fem. proper name, Danish shortened form of Katherine. Rare before 1928; a top-10 name for girls born in the U.S. 1951-1968.