Dequeen

De`queen´


v. t.1.(Apiculture) To remove the queen from (a hive of bees).
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Barbara LeDoux Fitzwater, 80WORCESTER - Barbara LeDoux Fitzwater, 80, of Worcester, passed away Tuesday, March 17, 2015 with her family by her side.Barbara was born in DeQueen, Arkansas, daughter of John and Nell LeDoux.
What matters most is results: whether kids are learning, and if achievement gaps are narrowing dramatically." The Secretary also gave a special "shout-out" to the three schools being honored: DeQueen Elementary School in Arkansas, Laurel Street School in Compton, California, and Edward Brooke Charter School in Boston.
He married Vador Ruth Beggs on May 6, 1950, in DeQueen, Ark.
First State Bank of DeQueen, Stone Street Capital, Inc., and Cletius Irvan, delivered Friday by Justice Phil Johnson, effectively struck down 1999 amendments to the Texas Lottery Act, which aimed to prevent the all-too-common, riches-to-ruin descent of lottery winners.
"In early 2001 I began attending monthly meetings at Al Lawrence's knife supply in DeQueen, Arkansas.
Previously he served as the Division Chair of Technology, Cossatot Community College, DeQueen, Arkansas were he is credited with developing new A.A.S.
Gadsden, Ala.-based Lancaster Management has acquired the DeQueen (Ark.) Daily Citizen and the weekly DeQueen Bee, it was announced Tuesday.
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