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Roy,

city (1990 pop. 24,603), Weber co., N Utah, near Great Salt Lake; settled by Mormons 1877, inc. 1937. Computer equipment is manufactured, and many residents work at nearby Hill Air Force Base.
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Roy Blanchard was hailed a hero and held up as a model of wealthy citizenship.
After a few months, Roy continued his journey to the Caribbean, crossing the Atlantic in Guiding Light, with squalls, visits from passing whales and several leaks and minor engine problems.
The most hilarious thing was when Roy instantly asked for a DRS, which had already been used up by Jos Buttler, the Sri Lankan umpire even signaled to the third umpire for the review.
Subhrangshu Roy was apparently referring to the electoral fight between TMC candidate Dinesh Trivedi and BJP's Arjun Singh from Barrackpore Lok Sabha constituency.
Roy is running against Democrat Joseph Kopser to replace retiring U.S.
Ross Roy, one of the most eminent and influential Burns scholars of the twentieth century.
The BCCI award committee is reported to have announced Pankaj Roy's name against the current policy, which, in the past didn't give posthumously.
Viewers were quick with the pause button and noticed that the man running out of the way of the car speeding along the cobbles definitely wasn't Roy, played by David Neilson.
Roy, 36, sensed something familiar about Billy White, 28 - even though he'd only seen him once, in a pram 25 years ago.
"Roy Moore's wife Kayla writes on Facebook the campaign is gathering evidence the Moore accusers were paid to come forward - which will part of their lawsuit," he wrote in a subsequent tweet.
Roy Chapman Andrews came into this world on a bone-chilling January night in 1884.