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  Star Trek Databas > Karaktärer > Kira Nerys
Kira var en frihetskämpe under den cardassiska ockupationen, tjänade sedan som förste officer och bajoransk sambandsofficer på Deep Space 9 efter cardassianernas tillbakadragande från Bajor år 2369 (Emissary).
Kiras familj tillhörde Ih’valla D’jarra, vilket under den gamla tiden skulle ha inneburit att hon skulle ha tagit ett konstnärligt yrke (Accession).
Kira föddes år 2343 i Dahkur provinsen och spenderade sina 26 första år i livet under cardassiskt styre (The Maquis, del I, Shakaar).
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  Kira Nerys - Memory Alpha, the Star Trek Wiki
Nerys was integral in the survival of the Cardassian Rebellion against the Dominion.
Kira Nerys was born in the Dahkur Province on Bajor and lived a large part of her life in the Bajoran Singha refugee camp.
Kira first met Odo at the time of the crime, and even though much of the evidence pointed to her, she told Odo that she did not kill him because she was in the underground and was sabotaging a different part of the station.
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 STARTREK.COM : Biography
Young Kira Nerys faced the same terrifying and brutal life faced by many of her Bajoran brethren: her father, a farmer or gardener by trade, was killed fighting in the resistance while her mother, an icon painter, died of malnutrition in the Singha Refugee Camp when Nerys was 3.
The next year Kira was at Bareil's side when a scandal in a no-win scenario during the occupation dashed his chances to become Kai; a year later she faced his death alone on the eve of his Cardassian peace treaty that Winn would later take the credit for.
Kira was kidnapped in 2371 and surgically altered to be Cardassian as a pawn in an elaborate Obsidian Order plot to expose her alter ego's father, a powerful legate, as a Cardassian dissident; after his rescue they formed an odd bond.
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 Kira Nerys (mirror) - Memory Alpha, the Star Trek Wiki
Kira was formerly the intendant of the Alliance space station Terok Nor, with her second in command Elim Garak.
When the Kira Nerys from this universe arrived in hers, she was bizarrely enamoured with the idea of there being two of her.
Kira was captured by the rebels in 2372 and tortured for information, but escaped from their custody having manipulated Nog in to helping her escape, killing him shortly afterwards.
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  Kira Nerys
Young Kira Nerys faced the same terrifying and brutal life faced by many of her Bajoran brethren: her father, a farmer or gardener by trade, was killed fighting in the resistance while her mother, an icon painter, died of malnutrition in the Singha Refugee Camp when Nerys was 3.
The next year Kira was at Bareil's side when a scandal in a no-win scenario during the occupation dashed his chances to become Kai; a year later she faced his death alone on the eve of his Cardassian peace treaty that Winn would later take the credit for.
Kira was kidnapped in 2371 and surgically altered to be Cardassian as a pawn in an elaborate Obsidian Order plot to expose her alter ego's father, a powerful legate, as a Cardassian dissident; after his rescue they formed an odd bond.
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  Kira Nerys - Memory Alpha - A Wikia wiki   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Nerys was integral in the survival of the Cardassian Rebellion against the Dominion.
Kira Nerys was born in the Dahkur Province on Bajor and lived a large part of her life in the Bajoran Singha refugee camp.
Kira first met Odo at the time of the crime, and even though much of the evidence pointed to her, she told Odo that she did not kill him because she was in the underground and was sabotaging a different part of the station.
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 Kira Nerys at AllExperts
Kira Nerys was born 2343, in Dakhur province, Bajor, during the 50-year Cardassian occupation of the planet.
After Cardassia withdrew from Bajor, at age 26, Kira became an influential figure in its reconstruction and the politics of the region, due to her assignment (and holding the rank of major) to Deep Space Nine, and her closeness to Captain Benjamin Sisko, whom the Bajorans believed to be an emissary from the Bajoran Prophets.
Kira Nerys also existed in the mirror universe first discovered by James T. Kirk in the classic episode "Mirror, Mirror." In the DS9 episode "Crossover," Kira encountered her mirror self, who is Intendant of Terok Nor, with Garak as her first officer.
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 Kira Nerys - Non-canon Star Trek Wiki
Kira Nerys was a Bajoran Starfleet Captain in command of Federation Starbase Deep Space 9 and the Starship USS Defiant in the years 2376 and 2377.
Kira was born in November 2343 in the Dahkur Province of Cardassian occupied Bajor to Kira Taban and Kira Meru.
Kira's Starfleet rank of Commander was re-activated, and she was attached to the USS Gryphon in pursuit of the killer.
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 Starship Museum - Kira Nerys
Kira's family was part of the Ih'valla D'jarra, which in earlier times would have required her to take up an artistic occupation.
Kira was born in 2343 in the Dahkur Province and spent the first 26 years of her life under Cardassian rule.
Kira spent much of her childhood as a freedom fighter for the Bajoran movement, although Cardassian intelligence reported her as "a minor operative whose activities (were) limited to running errands for the terrorist leaders."
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 Kira Nerys
Though Kira has always possessed the tactical and strategic skills to do her job exceptionally well, it is in interpersonal communication, self-assurance, and finding the imagination extinguished by a refugee's atrophied childhood where she has grown the most since this officer first encountered her in 2369.
Young Kira Nerys faced the same terrifying and brutal life faced by many of her Bajoran brethren: her father, a farmer or gardener by trade, was killed fighting in the resistance while her mother, an icon painter, died of malnutrition in the Singha Refugee Camp when Nerys was 3.
In addition, Kira was also attracted to Tom Riker despite her involvement with Bareil; after his theft of the U.S.S. Defiant, she eventually talked him into taking Dukat and Sisko's deal of surrender with a rare Cardassian prison term that she vows she'll help him escape from some day.
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 Kira Nerys, Major
One of the Bajoran Undergound's most ambitious members, Kira Nerys was instrumental in fighting the Cardassian occupation of her land.
Kira voluntarily carried and bore Chief O'Brien's baby when his wife was severely injured, putting the child in danger.
On the other hand, she has admitted to me her longtime trust in Odo was truly shaken by his recent revelation of a rush to justice in 2366 in helping execute three innocent Bajorans on Terok Nor during the occupation - a highly atypical scenario for the constable.
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 Kira Nerys
Kira Nerys was born in Dakhur province, Bajor, during the 50-year Cardassian occupation of the planet.
After Cardassia withdrew from Bajor, Kira became an influential figure in its reconstruction and the politics of the region, because of her assignment (then holding the rank of major) to Deep Space Nine and her closeness to Captain Benjamin Sisko, whom the Bajorans believe to be a spiritual emissary from the Bajoran Prophets.
Kira Nerys also exists in the mirror universe first discovered by James T. Kirk in the classic episode "Mirror, Mirror." In the DS9 episode "Crossover," Kira (of the "real" Star Trek universe) encounters her mirror self, who is Intendant of Terok Nor, with Garak as her first officer.
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 Major Kira Nerys - LoveToKnow Sci-Fi
Kira Nerys was born in the Dakhur province of Bajor during the Cardassian occupation of the planet.
Nerys was originally opposed to the Federation presence on the space station outside of Bajor.
Her mother, Kira Meru (Bajorans traditionally display the surname before the given name), was believed to have died while Nerys was a child.
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 Characters - Col. Kira Nerys
Kira spent much of her childhood as a freedom fighter for the Bajoran movement, although Cardassian intelligence reported her as “a minor operative whose activities (were) limited to running errands for the terrorist leaders.” (“Battle Lines” [DS9]).
Kira’s surrogate pregnancy was devised by the show’s writers in order to deal with the fact that Nana Visitor was pregnant with her second child during the latter part of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine’s fourth season, and the early part of the fifth.
Nerys, in the past under an assumed name, met Meru, her mother, and was horrified to learn that Meru had served as a comfort woman for Cardassian troops and had become mistress to Gul Dukat.
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 Kira Nerys   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Kira was originally a freedom fighter in the Bajoran militia, before she got assigned as first officer and liason to Deep Space Nine in 2369 after the Cardassian's withdrew from her planet.
Kira had a very stong and deep abiding faith in the prophets, and the death of Kai Opaka in 2369 stuck her profoundly.
Kira became remoantically involved with Fist Minister Shakaar Edon, in 2372, but only lasted a year, after she went to the Kendra Shrine and found it was not meant to be, that they were not destined to walk the same path.
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 Reference.com/Encyclopedia/Kira Nerys
Kira was surprised that she remembered both timelines - one in which Akorem did not finish the work, and one in which he did.
Kira's experience in the Bajoran Resistance earned her a Starfleet field commission as Commander in order to assist the Cardassian Resistance against the Dominion.
Kira, Odo and Garak were smuggled into Cardassia to teach Damar the tactics of organizing a resistance movement with a decentralized command.
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 Kira Nerys
Kira Nerys was born in Dahkur Province on Bajor in 2343, during the Cardassian Occupation.
Nerys had been told by her father that she had found her mother dead from malnutrition at Singha refugee camp in 2346, when she was only three years old.
Kira was recruited by Loret Hakrem and joined the Shakkar resistance cell of the Bajoran underground in 2355 when she was twelve.
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 Major Kira Nerys   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Kira comes to Tahna to tell him he was given amnesty and is upset when he tells her he is still with the Khon-Ma.
Kira is given a message she wrote to herself before surgical altercation but refuses to watch it.
Kira doesn't believe him until Dukat says Bajoran lilacs were her mother's favorite and when he first met her she tried to cover a scar on her face with a wisp of hair.
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 TIME LINE,THE CREW OF STAR TREK DEEP SPACE NINE: KIRA NERYS
In 2369 Kira Kerys was born to Kira Taban and Kira Meru this was during the occupation of Bajor by the Cardassians.
Kira Nerys was recruited into the Shakaar resistance cell at the age, of 12, and fought alongside the group until the Cardassians withdrew.
Nerys proved herself time and again to be a powerful fighter in the resistance she took on many operations and leadership roles.
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 Star Trek Lives - Crew Files - Kira Nerys
Kira Nerys is a former member of the Bajoran Shakaar resistance cell.
Her mother, Kira Meru, died of malnutrition in the Singha refugee camp during the Cardassian Occupation of Bajor just after she was born.
In 2369, Kira became involved with Vedek Bareil Antos, until he died as the result of injuries sustained in a shuttle accident.
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Kira Nerys was born in Dahkur Province to Kira Taban and Kira Meru
Nerys came to terms with and somewhat overcame her general hatred of the Cardassians, when she was confronted by a Cardassian filing clerk Aamin Marritza who was posing as Gul Darheel - the former Commanding Officer of the Gallitepp forced labor camp.
Nerys told Odo that she was not guilty of the murder, as she had been performing an act of sabotage on the Ore processing facility at the time.
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 Kira Nerys
Kira is frequently embroiled in Bajoran political and religious altercations, including the succession of former Kai Opaka (2369-70), the election of the First Minister (2371), and the negotiations of the peace treaty with the Cardassians brokered by Kai Winn and the now-deceased Vedek Bareil (2371).
In 2370, Kira rescued Bajoran resistance leader Li Nalas from a prison camp on Cardassia IV; upon her return, she was temporarily relieved of her post as Bajoran liaison to DS9 and replaced by Li.
Kira returned to duty after Li was killed in an operation to retake Deep Space Nine from The Circle (Bajoran terrorist organization).
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 Kira Nerys - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A Bajoran officer in the Bajoran Militia, she served as Captain Benjamin Sisko's first officer and Bajoran liaison officer on space station Deep Space Nine.
At the age of 12, Kira was recruited into the Shakaar resistance cell, part of an underground movement which carried out terrorist attacks against Cardassian military and civilians with the ultimate goal of ending the occupation.
Kira Nerys article at Memory Alpha, a Star Trek wiki.
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