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  • proper noun A surname.


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Traditionally a Kenyan name, specifically from the Kalenjin tribe in western Kenya, with a rough Kalenjin translation of "born at a time of good fortune."


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  • Kibor was arrested on February 20 at his Eldoret home but was transferred to Nakuru.

    The Standard | Headlines 2009

  • Kibor said releasing him under that section would place him under double jeopardy.

    The Standard | Headlines 2009

  • Brokers said expectations of reduction in discount rates by end of April and to single digit by August 2009 and reduction in Kibor played a catalyst role in prevailing positive sentiment, while release of $840 million by month-end by International Monetary Fund for economic support and possibility of approval on aid from US boosted the market's performance.

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  • "The Keitany and Kibor group had its own political interests and could not guide the community well," he said.

    AllAfrica News: Latest 2009


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