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In Arthurian legend, the loyal wife of Geraint.


(European Myth & Legend) (in Arthurian legend) the faithful wife of Geraint


(ˈi nɪd)

a city in N Oklahoma. 50,363.
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Noun1.Enid - a town in north central Oklahoma
OK, Oklahoma, Sooner State - a state in south central United States
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In one Enid reveals she has at last met a man she loves, but must end the relationship.
Tiff Jackson explores her Harborne loft, where she unearthed these photos of globe-trotter Enid Shearman
According to Nacon, Enid will continue to share multiple scenes with Maggie (Lauren Cohan) and (https://www.
The Enid flour mill has served as an important hub for the regions wheat harvest for many decades, and upgrades to the facility will provide even better service to our customers in the future, said Mark Kolkhorst, president, ADM Milling.
Colin was a self-employed insurance broker in Darlington and Enid worked for Barclaycard.
The railway was constructed between December 1894, when the first sod was cut by Enid Assheton-Smith (after whom locomotive No.
Enid met Raymond, a butcher by trade, through his sister, Mary, who she worked with at the Hadrian Stores.
Established immigration attorney and notable Hispanic/Latino rights advocate, Enid Gonzalez Aleman's public debuts in on radio and in print have been received positively by both readers and listeners alike.
Enid was born in Cardiff on January 29, 1915, to Walter and Florence Jenkins.
The police had been searching for Rose for hours after Enid had found the attic empty.
Magic Faraway Tree titles by bestselling children's author Enid Blyton are to be adapted for cinema release by British film, television and theatre production company Neal Street Productions, it was announced on Wednesday.
But Enid took her fight to a planning inquiry, claiming she had been harassed and saying: "Leave me in peace.