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Conway Savage
... Conway Savage (born 27 July 1960) is an Australian rock musician best known as pianist/organist/backing vocalist for Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds ... Grow", where in a rare occasion for the Bad Seeds, Conway does lead vocals ... piano parts on the band's 14th release, Dig, Lazarus, Dig!!!, Conway was featured on backing vocals and hand claps ...
Conway, New Hampshire - Media
... The free Conway Daily Sun is published in Conway ... Two other papers, The Carroll County Independent and The Mountain Ear also serve Conway ... A local Outside Television affiliate broadcasts from North Conway ...
Theodore J. Conway - Post-War
... In 1948, Conway attended the Armed Forces Staff College and then served as instructor, returning to Washington in 1950 to attend the National War College ... Conway went (at age 43) to the Army Airborne School and qualified as a parachutist before reporting to Fort Campbell to command the 188th Airborne Infantry Regiment ... Returning to the Pentagon in 1955, Conway was promoted to brigadier general and served as Director of Army Research ...
Conway Summit
... Conway Summit (el ... Conway Summit is named after John Andrew Conway, a settler in the area in 1880 ...
Conway School District
... Conway School District can refer to Conway School District (Arkansas) - Conway, Arkansas Conway School District (New Hampshire) in New Hampshire Conway ...

Famous quotes containing the word conway:

    Everybody gets pinched but you did it right. You told them nothing and they got nothing. You learned the two greatest things in life: Never rat on your friends and always keep your mouth shut.
    Nicholas Pileggi, U.S. screenwriter, and Martin Scorsese. Jimmy Conway (Robert DeNiro)

    Gentlemen, I give you a toast. Here’s my hope that Robert Conway will find his Shangri-La. Here’s my hope that we all find our Shangri-La.
    Robert Riskin (1897–1955)