Synonyms for karon or Related words with karon
Examples of "karon"
Kata Beach is about 10 kilometers from Patong Beach by crossing the
hill and passing
, 18, was on her own with little Candace. She took a receptionist job at Walter J. Klein Co., a Charlotte advertising agency. Bored with answering the phone, she submitted writing examples. Klein soon had her writing advertising copy. In her early 20s,
married Bill Orth, a Duke Power chemist. Orth was active with
in theater and the Unitarian Church. By the late 1960s,
and Orth were divorced, and she had married a third time, to Arthur
, a clothing salesman. Arthur moved his wife and her daughter to Berkeley, California, where they lived for three years.
Deoghar, Mohanpur, Sarwan, Sarath, Palojori, Madhupur,
, SonaraiThari, Devipur,
April 2000 1991-1995
Bowers Bradley University
Gram (during the reign of Karna of Mahabharata)
, the eponymous CD Block headquarters, is located at .
is both a given name and surname. Notable people with the name include:
Coastal barangay like Salaman, Tibpuan, Kinudalan, Datu
and Taguisa rely on fishing as their livelihood.
is a village with a population of 5,110 as per 2011 census.
The district comprises ten blocks: Deoghar,
, Madhupur, Mohanpur, Palojori, Sarath, Devipur, Margomunda, Sarwan and Sonaraithari.
Feig has been married to Laurie
since September 23, 1994.
Covington died in 2002 and is survived by his wife
moved to Charlotte to rejoin her mother, who had married Toby Setzer and had two more children.
dropped out of school in ninth grade, at 14, and married Robert Freeland in South Carolina, where girls her age could do so legally. Freeland, five years older, worked at a Charlotte tire store, while
worked in a clothing store. At 15, she gave birth to her only child, Candace Freeland.
practiced Judaism, but she did not convert from Christianity.
wanted to be a novelist, and tried all through the 1960s. When Karon's third marriage ended she returned to Charlotte and again worked in advertising. By 1985,
had moved to Raleigh and the McKinney & Silver advertising agency, where she had worked in the late 1970s.
and Michael Winslow, a Mckinney designer, collaborated on a tourism campaign, interviewing artisans, musicians and others for print ads aimed at showing that North Carolina had other attractions besides theme parks and big hotels. One ad featured mountain musicians under the headline, "The Best Place to Hear Old English Music Is 3,000 Miles West of London." The daringly sloganless campaign, which ran in "National Geographic" and other magazines, won the 1987 Kelly Award - the print advertising equivalent of the Academy Award.
and Winslow split a $100,000 prize.
is widely famous for Shiva Temple named Karneshwar Dham, which is believed to be built by Karna of Mahabharata.
has the proud of Birth Place of Sakharam Ganesh Deweskar, the great writer and Freedom Fighter.
Beach refers to a beach, and the town adjoining it, on the west coast of Phuket, Thailand.
The main religions group is under Sorong, most of them are Christians with Muslims forming a major minority. The main ethnic groups are the
and Yeden constituted by the sub ethnic groups of
Pantai, Karondori, Marei, Madik, Meyah, Haram and Arfak.
Madhupur (Vidhan Sabha constituency) covers: Madhupur and
Police Stations and Kusmil, Chanddih, Pathra and Basbariya gram panchayats in Jasidih Police Station in Deoghar district.
Sambo competition at the 2014 Asian Beach Games was held in Phuket, Thailand from 12 to 13 November 2014 at
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