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   The letters KIA indicate loss; a life ended, those close shattered. As the numbers climb, the  grief swells and ripples.

   The New York Times and Sarah Kershaw report the grief of the family of one Marine from Oregon who is not coming home. We all share their grief.

   A Marine Is Killed in Iraq, and Grief Ripples at Home.

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