Conoy


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Noun1.Conoy - a member of an Algonquian people formerly living in Maryland between Chesapeake Bay and the Potomac river; allies of the Nanticoke people
Algonquian, Algonquin - a member of any of the North American Indian groups speaking an Algonquian language and originally living in the subarctic regions of eastern Canada; many Algonquian tribes migrated south into the woodlands from the Mississippi River to the Atlantic coast
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Information technology in the development of the Polish construction industry, Technological and conoic evelopent of conoy 15(3): 437-452.
Back those plants with conoy viburnum, which has fragrant flowers, bird-attracting fruit, maroon fall color and foliage that persists into winter.
Magdalena House/River Brethren, Conoy Township, Lancaster County
Three partnerships returned 38 points to share third place, Eccleston Park's Brian Joelson and Roger Conoy, Tom Atkinson and John Little from Heswall and Jamie Guy from Caldy with Bromborough's Caroline Marron.
Bridesmaids were Emily Rhetta Aiken; Linsey Brooke Bost; Leigh McArthur Conoy and Katherine Reid McArthur, sisters of the groom; Hillary Suzanne Neal; and Natalie Givens Troutt and Ruth Morgan Troutt, cousins of the bride.
2-million sales agreement under which its proposed 50-million-gallon ethanol plant will now be built in Franklin County, PA's Cumberland Valley Business Park, instead of the initially planned site location in the Conoy Township of Lancaster County, PA.
An example of this is -- the Sioux called themselves the Lakota people; the Conoy called themselves the Piscataway people.
I might note that some manuscripts from the late 1630s of the Maryland Jesuit Andrew White's unpublished and unstudied brief pages of prayers and of notes in Conoy (a form of the Algonquian language) are at the Catholic University, Washington, DC.
Released in 1988, Viburnum x burkwoodii Conoy was recently selected as a 1997 winner of the Gold Medal Award by the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society.
Capitol, which legend has it was selected by George Washington amid a virgin tract of forest, was really the site of Naconhtake, a major trade center of the Conoy Indians.
Formed in 1889 as the Donegal and Conoy Mutual Fire Insurance Company of Marietta, PA, the company eventually changed its name to Donegal Mutual Insurance Company.