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Keo, AR -- U.S. town in Arkansas
Population (2000): 235
Housing Units (2000): 108
Land area (2000): 1.896794 sq. miles (4.912673 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.000000 sq. miles (0.000000 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 1.896794 sq. miles (4.912673 sq. km)
FIPS code: 36550
Located within: Arkansas (AR), FIPS 05
Location: 34.605394 N, 92.010099 W
ZIP Codes (1990): 72083
Note: some ZIP codes may be omitted esp. for suburbs.
Keo, AR

Keo may refer to:

  • Keo, another name for the Thổ people
  • The KEO satellite.
  • KEO (beer), a brand of beer brewed in Cyprus
  • KEO (company), the largest beverage company in Cyprus
  • Keo, Estonia, a village in Estonia
KEO (beer)

KEO is a Cypriot beer. It is a light straw-colored lager with a thick head, and is sometimes compared to a pilsner in taste. The beer is brewed in Limassol, in Cyprus. The beer won the 1987 brewing industry world bottled lager competition Gold Medal. In 2010, KEO held a 32.4% share of the island's beer market.

KEO (company)

KEO plc , the Greek abbreviation for Cyprus Wine Company, is a European beverage company based on the island of Cyprus. It was formed in 1927 and it represents one of the largest industrial employers on the island with more than 90 brands in its portfolio. Its shares are traded on the Cyprus Stock Exchange.

Usage examples of "keo".

The drinking breakers were now full, so Keo was also collecting iron today.

Two or three minutes later, presumably after reporting status details to his commander, Keo came in.

She was gone longer than Keo had been, but was shrugging as she emerged.

Wanaka gestured Mike to the tiller, and headed for the hatch where Keo had disappeared.

If either Wanaka or Keo was amused by the skillful return of the ball, neither let it show.

Then the child was firmly gestured toward her hammock, and Keo without orders tumbled onto a bunk.

I doubt that either Keo or I will be able to give you as much attention as we hoped.

After perhaps half a minute Keo relinquished his hold on the cord and casually dropped it into the sea.

Mike realized that there was now no relative current to sweep a swimmer away, and wondered whether Keo had thought about that problem when the sea anchor would be back in place.

Mike was not excused from this complication of control duty after the first day, which he spent watching Wanaka and Keo very closely indeed.

Well before the seedling was too heavy to ride the remaining hull without sinking it gunwale down, it had become far too bulky for even Keo and the captain together to hoist, regardless of ingenious improvisations of cordage.

Mike actually remarked aloud to Keo how much better it would have been if they had managed to salvage more cordage from the diseased hull, and the other had merely nodded.

He glanced at where Keo had been, but the mate was already in the sea carrying out his orders.

For the first time, Wanaka and Keo left Mike alone on the hull, essentially in charge of everything, while they caught up on sleep.

Then another sight was taken, this time by Keo, on the suns and on the twin planet, which even without instruments was now visibly lower in the western sky.