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Enid

(ē`nĭd), city (1990 pop. 45,309), seat of Garfield co., N central Okla.; inc. 1893. It is an important trade and processing center for an area rich in wheat, dairy cattle, poultry, and oil. There are flour mills, food-processing plants, and many oil-related industries in the city. The Museum of the Cherokee StripCherokee Strip
or Cherokee Outlet,
a narrow piece of land in N Oklahoma. Bounded on the north by the Kansas border, it has an area of more than 6 million acres (2.4 million hectares).
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, of which Enid was a part, is in the city. Vance Air Force Base is nearby.

Enid

though falsely accused of infidelity, nurses husband through wounds. [Br. Lit.: Idylls of the King]

Enid

constant and patient wife of Sir Geraint. [Welsh Lit.: Mabinogion; Br. Lit.: “Idylls of the King”]
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We think that when Enid died, Joyce took possession of the suitcases and put them in a loft," said Miss Jackson.
I thank ADM, Brent Kisling and the Enid Regional Development Alliance, and Enid leaders for their great efforts.
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At the age of 86, Enid moved to Wentworth Lodge in Roath Park, where she enjoys reading and crosswords.
At the same reunion is Enid, living in a safe narrow world of her own construction.
To celebrate the launch of its latest exhibition, Magic, Mystery and Midnight Feasts - the Many Adventures of Enid Blyton, the popular family attraction hosted a fun-filled programme of activities.
Secondary characters are even more compelling and interesting than Enid and Az in many ways.
This really is the first time you can hear The Enid music - right from the early days to the current album, Journey's End - in all its glory, with a symphony orchestra,'' says band founder and pianist Robert John Godfrey.
This is not the first time Enid has won a competition held by the religious and music series.
Mrs Williams, or Auntie Enid, as she was better known, lived at Hafod Y Gest Nursing Home in Porthmadog, Gwynedd, and would have been 110 in February.
The English beauty insists that her biggest literary influence is none other than the late children's author Enid Blyton.