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n.1.Dwelling. See Wone.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Caption: Wellington Hospital dentist Liz Hitchings and neuroscience nurse Caroline Woon brush up on good oral care.
Woon Wing Yip OBE continues to invest, and also grow his property business which has PS35 million in net assets.
Jung Gu, President of Chung Woon Brake, noted that the plant could be opened in 2019 in the Jizzakh or Angren Free Economic Zone.
Evidently the judges didn't agree and Joy, who comes from Stevenage, became the fifth winner of the prize established by philanthropist Wee Teng Woon.
Clement Woon is a Singapore citizen and was co-CEO and co-President of the Jinsheng Group.
Walter Woon's The ASEAN Charter: A Commentary is a welcome addition to the growing body of literature on the ASEAN Charter, which came into force in 2008 and formally bestowed legal personality on the organization.
Then I read a tweet that Pharrell was going to play the new Jamie Woon song in 10 minutes.
Mr Woon survived and gave evidence at the trial at Reading crown court.
Godfrey Worsdale, director of Baltic, said the Woon Foundation Art Prize brought the Gateshead centre for contemporary art even closer to Northumbria University in what was a developing collaboration between the two.
Now that the latest order has been fulfilled, Tiong Woon has a total of 18 Grove cranes at its disposal, all of which have arrived within the past seven years.
Woon is currently vice-president for institutional advancement at Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, where he manages the international relations of HKUST with global enterprises, governments and other universities.
Second year students from the BTEC Visual Communication course in Leamington were given the brief and, after submitting the concept, the council chose Iona Tiffen's design and the name 'Ubus' which Amy Woon came up with.