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Sara Watkins (album) - Track Listing
... All This Time" (Watkins) – 318 "Long Hot Summer Days" (Hartford) – 446 "My Friend" (Watkins) – 316 "Freiderick" (Watkins) – 306 "Same Mistakes" (Br ...
Watkins, Iowa
... Watkins is an unincorporated community in southeastern Benton County, Iowa, United States ... Although Watkins is unincorporated, it has a post office, with the ZIP code of 52354, which opened on 15 December 1873 ...
Stephen Watkins
... Source CricketArchive, 24 November 2008 Stephen George Watkins (born 23 March 1959) is a former English cricketer who played one first-class and one List A ... Watkins' solitary first-class appearance came against Oxford University in the middle of June 1983 ... Watkins, batting at two, had quite a successful match, scoring 77 and 28 ...
List Of Aircraft (D) - D - De Havens & Watkins
... (Claude de Haven A C Watkins, San Francisco CA.) de Havens Watkins 1909 Monoplane. ...
Sam Collier - Death
... Samuel was killed while leading the (September 23) 1950 Watkins Glen Grand Prix, held on public roads in and around the village of Watkins Glen, New York, when the Ferrari 166 that he ... Samuel was honored in 1995 in front of the Court House at that year's Watkins Glen Grand Prix Festival ...

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