connie


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connie

(ˈkɒnɪ)
n
informal Austral a tram or bus conductor
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I call them Sally, Molly, Connie, Rosie, and Jane," said Mrs.
When the heist implodes, Nick lands in a holding cell on Rikers Island, but Connie slips away.
Connie Livingston, friend, mentor, and inspiration to so many, passed away unexpectedly on December 29, 2016.
Connie draws on domain knowledge from IBM's Watson cognitive computing engine and associated speech APIs and WayBlazer to inform guests about local tourist attractions, make dining recommendations, and introduce hotel features and amenities.
John and Connie Shank have worked directly for and with Major General Combs during the course of their careers and have served the Chemical Corps and our Nation for more than 52 years--26 years each.
Connie Taylor, who has a twin brother, was told she would survive just six to nine months after being diagnosed with megacystic microcolon intestinal hypo-peristalysis syndrome.
Connie was an original member of the Nursing Economics Foundation Board of Directors, where she personally underwrote the Nursing Economics Connie R.
Connie draws on domain knowledge from Watson and WayBlazer to inform guests on local tourist attractions, dining recommendations and hotel features and amenities.
This lively mix of historical fiction and detective story is set in London in 1909 and features 12-year-old Connie Carew who has lived with her two aunts in their rambling Kensington house since the death of her parents.
IN 2006 Connie Fisher had the world at her feet after winning the chance to star in a West End show through the BBC's talent contest, How Do You Solve a Problem Like Maria.
CONNIE Fisher has spoken of the drugs nightmare she suffered after a voice-saving operation.
SINGER Connie Fisher has told of her drugs hell after steroids made her face swell and she had "dark thoughts".