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orval

(ˈɔːvəl)
n
(Plants) obsolete a medicinal plant of the sage family
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Harry Orval and Ruby May (Ellis) Glidewell, he married Rosemary Glover Oct.
1957: Arkansas governor Orval Faubus called out the state National Guard to prevent nine black students attending the all-white Little Rock Central High.
In 1966, Roy became the first woman judge in Arkansas when Governor Orval Faubus appointed her as a justice for the Sixth District Court, where she served from April to December.
The featured artist is Orval Dillingham, a longtime professor of art at California State University in Long Beach and Tere Tronson's father.
Government signs contract to build Orval cable system linking Oran with Valencia;
A total of 1,686 players have appeared for the Cubs since Orval Overall retired Detroit's Boss Schmidt for the final out of the 1908 World Series, according to STATS, and all have failed to bring another title to the North Side.
Dating to 1070, the Orval Cistercian Monastery is inhabited by monks vowed to silence, but also skilled in the brewing of world-famous Trappist Beer.
In reply to Sassafras Tea, per Orval Dean, the best time to dig sassafras for tea is between November and March, when the sap is down in the roots.
Joining John in the new group are Orval Holmes, Director of Business Development; Nicole Stewart, Marketing and Communications Manager; and Angelene Faulkner, Community Economic Development Specialist.
Jesse Orval Adcock of Hattiesburg and the late Mrs.
Governor Orval Faubus accused Washington of "cramming integration down our throats," and had ordered the Arkansas National Guard to surround Central High and keep the students from entering.
Also founding the award were Orval Belcourt and Georges Brosseau.