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- Tide-net safe, soon, Allin. A manilla noose fastened it.
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- Allin a.k.a. Allín is a town and municipality located in the province and autonomous community of Navarra, northern Spain.
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- ALLIN is an Aviation waypoint.
- also known as ALLIN waypoint, ALLIN fix, fix ALLIN, waypoint ALLIN
There are other places with in their name, like Allin Township.
Allin a.k.a. Allin Corporation: Allin Communications Corp was founded in 1994, incorporated in Delaware, and primarily operates in the Business Services, Nec industry.
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Perspectives On Conservation (2013)
Essays on America's Natural Resources by Henry Jarrett
ALLIN is an agricultural economist, who has ...
The Delta Upsilon Quarterly (1908)
Allin is a graduate of the University of Toronto, and a native of New Brunswick . — Toronto Mail and Express. '00 — J. F. M. Stewart, secretarv of the Toronto Reform Association for the past three vcars, has resiened to become the general ...
by Jerold E. Brown
Don Denmark ALLIN CONVERSION Following the ...
THE LOYAL WEST IN THE Times of the Rebellion; ALSO, BEFORE AND SINCE: BRING AN ENCYCLOPEDIA AND PANORAMA OF THE WESTERN STATES, PACIFIC STATES AND TERRITORIES OF THE UNION (1865)
by JOHN W. BARBER
Allin found him living in a cabin about four miles south-west of Bloomington, on Sugar creek, and induced him to remove. M. L. Covel, and Col. A. Gridley, merchants from the state of New York, were also prominent men among the first settlers.
by a.c. ewald
ALLIN, SIB THOMAS (1612-1685), naval commander, whose name has been commonly misspelt Allen, a native of Lowes- toft, appears to have been in early life a merchant and shipowner in that town, which, on the outbreak of the ...
by Sir Sidney Lee
ALLIN, Sir THOMAS (1612-1685), naval commander, whose name has been | commonly misspelt Allen, a native of Lowestoft, appears to have been in early life a merchant and shipowner in that town, which, on the outbreak of the civil ...
Dictionary of national biography, ed. by L. Stephen (and S. Lee). [With] Suppl. 3 vols.;Index and epitome [and] Errata (1885)
ALLIN, Sir THOMAS (1612-1685), naval commander, whose name has been commonly misspelt Allen, a native of Lowestoft, appears to have been in early life a merchant and shipowner in that town, which, on the outbreak of the civil ...
by James Stevens Curl, Susan Wilson
Storrer, William Allin (1974): The Architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright (C.MA: MAITP).
by Glennys Howarth, Oliver Leaman
¥allin. reaction tothesudden death loss of asignificant other.Morecomprehensive renderings offer expandedviews of bereavementthatstill include thephasic, the biological orsomatic,the clinical, and diverse variant patterns, butrepresent a wider ...
A Genealogical and Heraldic Dictionary of the Landed Gentry of Great Britain & Ireland: A to L (1846)
by John Burke
ROBERT ALLIN, who had (with two daus, Mary, m. to Rear-Admiral Utbcr, and d. in 1672 ; and Alice, the wife of Robert Ashbey, Esq.) a son, ADMIRAL SIR Tnonas ALLIN, b. in 1613, distinguished in our naval annals temp. CHARLES II.
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