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Lon (name)

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Edward and Kailea Hunt, Daryl Gross, Amy Knapp, Lori Medanich, Julie Christou, Wendy Howard, John and Kelly Park, Jim and Sharon Supp, Kern Boyer, Alan and Bethany Blomdahl, Tim and Carolyn Lugbill, Dave and Twee Ramos, Bob and Janice Lee, Brian and Christa Geno, Frank and Cindi Cofer, Ron and Gennene Johnson, and Lon Solomon and his team-what a thrill to be in the race with you guys.

Connie Lon Crum had contrasted a French education with marriage to a senior Khmer Rouge officer, whom she had later killed in a fit of jealous rage.

He flicked through the pages and noted that in March 1977, William Crum had ceased to be a director and that Connie Lon Crum had been appointed to the board four years later.

But if I weks on same ol probem an don know nohow in de whol world how to solbe it I des gonna reech out in de dakniss an tek up dat pissel an bing one shot in mah haid an dat de end fo me an peceful swete peece at lon las.

Lon Sellitto was the case officer but an incident like this needed a captain on board and Polling had volunteered for the job.

This is a kind of roundabout course from Evansville to Cincy, but I wanted to try around here to see if I could get any reaction to the name Lon Staffold, get a little ammunition to take to Cincy with me.

Lon Staffold, the other midget, and had never seen him or heard of him before.

Never a lovely sight, with his broken thick nose, the heavy undershot jaw, the pitted scarred face with its shadow of new beard growth, he made Lon Chancy look like Robert Taylor by comparison.

Lon Cohen of the Gazette, who said talk was going around and would I kindly remember that on Saturday he had moved heaven and earth for me to find out where Madeline Fraser was, and how did it stand right now?

Gingras, Medals, Tokens George Simpson, letter to Lon- and Paper Money of the HBC, don Committee, 1822, quoted in P.

Beast-Master Denis Lon Wrai paid two hundred thirty thousand standards for his monster, a powerful red-furred ursoid from the hills of Vagabond.

Mostly, because they were the songs Baden seemed to like best, they sang of the gods, their voices twining to tell the story of how Arick, the most powerful of the ancient gods, gave to his sons, Lon and Tobyn, a great expanse of land to which the two young gods were to give shape and life as they saw fit.

Through bleared eyes, he saw that he was aLone on the bridge with Jax and Lon.

This is a kind of roundabout course from Evansville to Cincy, but I wanted to try around here to see if I could get any reaction to the name Lon Staffold, get a little ammunition to take to Cincy with me.

He told Joelle van Dyne, she of the accent and baton and brainlocking beauty, told her in the course of an increasingly revealing conversation after kind of amazingly she had approached him at a Columbus Day Major Sport function and asked him to autograph a squooshy-sided football he'd kicked a hole through in practice the deflated bladder had landed in the Marching Terriers' sousaphone player's sousaphone and had been handed over to Joelle after extrication by the lardy tubist, sweaty and dumb under the girl's Ac-taeonizingly imploring gaze asked him Orin now also suddenly damp and blank on anything attractive to say or recite asked him in an emptily resonant drawl to inscribe the punctured thing for her Own Personal Daddy, one Joe Lon van Dyne of Shiny Prize KY and she said also of the Dyne-Riney Proton Donor Reagent Corp. of nearby Boaz KY, and engaged him (O.