Sankey


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Sankey

(ˈsæŋkɪ)
n
(Biography) Ira David. 1840–1908, US evangelist and hymnodist, noted for his revivalist campaigns in Britain and the US with D. L. Moody
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At a fourth, an exhortation from Moody and a song from Sankey came over the vibrating wire.
This barkeeper got converted at a Moody and Sankey meeting, in New York, and started home on the ferry-boat, and there was a collision and he got drowned.
Paul Riant, 50, embarked on a string of devious plots to fleece Rev Derek Sankey of PS80,000 life savings, equity in his house, loans and even cash borrowed from friends as he exploited the retired Manweb engineer's desire to help him rebuild his life.
Kelly Karbacz, who plays white supremacist leader Kasey Sankey on "OITNB," assures fans that while the timeline is short, the 13 episodes will cover a lot of ground.
Barry Sankey is a Sports Reporter for the Phoenixville Newspaper, covering stories relating to local, scholastic, collegiate and professional sports.
Firmenich: reports that chairman Vernon Sankey retired from the board of directors at the end of the company's fiscal year on June 30.
Alif Sankey testified on Wednesday that she made the 1:30 a.
Aberdare's David Sankey, 75, who underwent knee replacement surgery four years ago, won three gold medals at the British Championships last year.
Sankey and Facts on Demand press as they grant a complete and comprehensive reference guide to the laws and regulations for every state of the union, up to date to 2012.
Myra Sankey, 71, is believed to be the owner of Britain's oldest transplant kidney, having received it in July 1970.
St Helens Council is calling on the Government to help restore Sankey Canal, the country's first dead water canal.
A verdict of suicide was recorded on the death of Leonard Sankey, after the coroner Dewi Pritchard-Jones said he believed the pensioner's actions were deliberate.