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Conway,

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: 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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Conway's interest in "leftist" politics was moulded during his involvement with the Young Christian Students at Victoria University in the early 1970s, Wilson said.
Conway's convictions include assault occasioning actual bodily harm in 2003 and in October 2005 he was convicted of possession of a knife in a public place.
The publisher will incorporate Conway's 200 titles, which cover maritime, naval and military history, into its existing publishing plan, with the maritime part of its list sitting along sing Bloomsbury's Adlard Coles Nautical imprint.
Tanguay said Conway's tech base has always been healthy, but the town's recent growth has added value to his company.
William Norton's analysis of North Conway's commercial real estate market in the New Hampshire Business Review ("The state of retail in North Conway," March 23-April 5 NHBR) based on a drive through the town and a stay at an unnamed inn (in an entirely different town no less), was disappointing and inaccurate.
Some of Conway's earliest memories are of working on cars alongside his father in their Denver-area garage, and of their frequent trips to regional antique car shows looking for new acquisitions or to new car shows, where they checked out the latest and greatest
Mark Donaghy, Conway's agent, held talks with Rangers last week but no offer was made by the Ibrox club and Mackay quickly moved in for a player he had previously wanted to take to Vicarage Road.
Although it is a century and a half since Conway's inauguration and 25 since it ceased to operate, nearly 800 old boys and their partners celebrated the 150th anniversary in Liverpool.
Colleen Conway's book Behold the Man shows that gender has been a central concern in representations of Jesus from the beginning.
It also emerged yesterday that Conway's older son Henry, 25, got more than pounds 32,000 from his dad between July 2001 and October 2004.
Conway's compensation was earned by taking a percentage of the assets under management, which allowed him to take a larger fee from clients by boosting assets.
She sees things from another perspective,'' La Reina coach Bob Sisco said of Conway's experience.