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 (ā′kən), Conrad Potter 1889-1973.
American writer known for his poetry. He won a 1930 Pulitzer Prize for Selected Poems.

Aiken

(ˈeɪkən)
n
1. (Biography) Conrad (Potter). 1889–1973, US poet, short-story writer, and critic. His works include Collected Poems (1953) and the novel Blue Voyage (1927)
2. (Biography) Howard Hathaway. 1900–73, US mathematician; pioneered the construction of electronic computers

Ai•ken

(ˈeɪ kən)

n.
Conrad ( Potter), 1889–1973, U.S. poet.
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17 ( ANI ): Thomas Aiken, ranked 113 in the world, has won the Africa Open.
THOMAS Aiken kept the Africa Open in South African hands - and his temporary caddie very happy - by defeating England's Oliver Fisher in a play-off to claim his third European Tour title.
THOMAS AIKEN kept the Africa Open in South African hands by defeating England's Oliver Fisher in a play-off to claim his third European Tour title yesterday.
I've been waiting for this for quite some time," said Aiken, who was second to Schwartzel in the inaugural Africa Open in 2010.
GOLF: Thomas Aiken kept the Africa Open in South African hands by defeating England's Oliver Fisher in a play-off to claim his third European Tour title.
Aiken birdied the first extra hole at East London Golf Club after the pair had finished tied on 20 under par, joining compatriots Charl Schwartzel, Louis Oosthuizen (twice) and Darren Fichardt in lifting the trophy.