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Conway, city, United States


city (1990 pop. 26,481), seat of Faulkner co., central Ark., in a farm and cotton area; inc. 1873. It is a trade and industrial center. Conway was settled (c.1865) near the site of a French trading post (c.1770). It is the seat of Hendrix College and the Univ. of Central Arkansas. Conway Reservoir offers excellent hunting and fishing.

Conway, town, Wales


town, Wales: see ConwyConwy,
formerly Conway,
town (1981 pop. 12,969), Conwy, N Wales, at the mouth of the Conwy (Conway) River. Conwy is a picturesque tourist town with several notable old structures. A high wall (13th cent.
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He and his wife, Liz Riddiford, then spent three years travelling overseas, during which time Conway worked at London's Hounslow Trade Union Support Centre and was soon organising support for miners on strike in the mid-'80s.
Education: Sanson earned a bachelor's degree in finance from the University of Central Arkansas at Conway.
Once the fateful news reached Conway, who had fled the scene after the stabbing, he handed himself into Middlesbrough Police Station.
The knowledgeable sales staff at Beach Lincoln assists car shoppers through every step of the process when buying a new car near Conway, S.
Scottish winger Conway produced a hard-running and lively display on the wing with manager Malky Mackay watching from the main stand at Cardiff City Stadium.
Further, his analysis of the impact Merrimack will have on both Tilton and North Conway retailers is the exact opposite of what national retailers are telling us and our own analysis based on 25 years in outlet retailing.
Before you buy a vehicle to restore, you really have to do more than kick the tires," Conway explains.
It will also modernize facility technology and improve existing products made in Conway.
The third ship to hold the name HMS Conway was wrecked in 1953, while being towed to Birkenhead for a refit, but the training school continued operating, still called Conway, at Plas Newydd, Anglesey, dubbed a "stone frigate".
The Mercantile Marine Service Association set up the school after the Admiralty offered the Conway, a frigate used as a coastguard ship.
Among the undisputed Pauline epistles, Conway focuses particularly on the Corinthian correspondence and Galatians.
Conway - a team made up mostly of players with the surname Conway - had to come from behind as Will McKenna put St Annes in front.