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Conn

2nd century ad, king of Leinster and high king of Ireland

conn

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To direct or conduct the steering of a vessel; to give orders to the helmsman on steering the ship.
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"Fundamentally, CONN's credit business turnaround has been a success, benefiting from higher portfolio yield, better underwriting and lower static loss rates, lower cost of funding from the ABS (Asset Backed Securities) market, and better utilization with their new RTO (Rent to Own) partner," Thomas wrote in the note.
* Ryan Kelly, of Merit Insurance, in Shelton, Conn., will serve as vice president;
Mind you, Conn had been making people talk for almost 10 years before that, since November 1968 when he made his debut for Rangers as a sub in a Fairs Cup tie against Dundalk in Ireland, replacing Alex Ferguson at the age of just 16.
Tierney Funeral Home, Manchester, Conn., with a Mass of Christian burial at St.
As well as his salary and initial one-off bonuses - subject to Centrica doing well - Mr Conn could get a PS370,000 pension, plus perks.
While Conn's has a scattering of stores in power centers and malls in the West, the merchandiser prefers to set up in second-or-third-generation retail space close to plenty of households with annual incomes of $25,000 to $50,000, Trahan said.
Apart from being a marvel in his trade, Doug Conn is also known for his fun interactions with the crowd.
As Conn would later reflect, Calvin College's "understanding on how the world was broken and that Jesus had come to reclaim it discipled me." (4) During his Calvin years fellow classmate Roger Greenway remembers that Conn worked nights at a downtown Sears and Roebuck auto repair shop, often turning up in class with greasy hands and little sleep.
Conn's family and friends urge him to "move on" and let the past be.
at 10th and Olive streets, Conn allegedly assaulted a 51-year-old woman who was an acquaintance.
* Emsar Inc., renewed its lease for 136,000 s/f at 125 Access Road in Stratford, Conn. Joel Hausman represented the landlord and David S.
Conn played with the Chicago Sidewinders of the Mid-West Conference (1960-1963) and was a member of the gold-medal-winning U.S.