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Leanndra Beard, Bonaire, Georgia Bonaire is an unincorporated area in Houston County in the U.S. state of Georgia. It is just 2 miles south of Warner Robins. It is part of the Warner Robins, Georgia Metropolitan Statistical Area. Bonaire is the hometown of current Governor Sonny Perdue.  Thomas Bolger, Salem, Alabama Jacinda Boudle, Augusta, Georgia Felecia Brockington, Lakeland, Georgia Sarah Cooper, Cumming, Georgia Marilyn Cushing, Newnan, Georgia Natalie Darracott, Tucker, Georgia Sue Donaldson, Decatur, Georgia Sharon Donnelly, Bethlehem, Georgia Meridith Ellis, Fort Gordon, Georgia Durnett Evnice, Augusta, Georgia Deena Gilland, Conyers, Georgia Carol Grant, Bville, New York New York, state, United States
New York, Middle Atlantic state of the United States. It is bordered by Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut, and the Atlantic Ocean (E), New Jersey and Pennsylvania (S), Lakes Erie and Ontario and the Canadian province of
 Victoria Harkins, Smyrna, Georgia Laurie Hogan, North Augusta, South Carolina
For the Ontario, Canada town, see North Augusta, Ontario.
North Augusta is a city in Aiken County, South Carolina on the north bank of the Savannah River. The population was 17,574 at the 2000 census.
 Keith Holliday, Evans, Georgia Deborah Jones, Atlanta, Georgia Theodora McLeskey, Evans, Georgia Joanne Merritt, Grovetown, Georgia Estrellita, Mitchell, Martinez, Georgia June Moree, Tucker, Georgia Tiffany Myers, Hephzibah, Georgia Sophia Olofintuyl, Buford, Georgia Renata Owsiak, Harlem, Georgia Louise Perdue Perdue may refer to:
  • Perdue, Saskatchewan, Canada
  • Perdue Farms, an American chicken-farming corporation
  • Perdue School of Business, in Salisbury University, Salisbury, Maryland
People with the surname Perdue
, Ellenwood, Georgia Elizabeth Perry, Forsyth, Georgia Susan Riley, Statesboro, Georgia Darlene Rogers, Decatur, Georgia Robert Seago, Albany, Georgia Wendy Shea, Suwanee, Georgia Debra Squires, Donalsonville, Georgia Barbara Swatrzberg, College Park, Georgia College Park (aka "collie park") is a city located partly in Fulton County, Georgia and partially in Clayton County, Georgia, in the United States. As of the 2000 census, the city population was 20,382 (Fulton: 18,810; Clayton: 1,572).  Katie Swindle swindle v. to cheat through trick, device, false statements or other fraudulent methods with the intent to acquire money or property from another to which the swindler is not entitled. Swindling is a crime as one form of theft. (See: fraud, theft) , Pine Mountain, Georgia Pine Mountain, Georgia may refer to any of the following locations in the United States:
  • Pine Mountain, Harris County, Georgia, a town
  • Pine Mountain, Rabun County, Georgia, an unincorporated community
  • Pine Mountain (western Georgia), a long ridge
 Kesha Swint, Fayetteville, Georgia Alexis Taylor, Evans, Georgia Annie Walter, Wrens, Georgia Kathy Williams, Forsyth, Georgia

April 2008

Saji Abraham, Augusta, Georgia Beadrice Adnokia, Atlanta, Georgia Susan Allen, Snellville, Georgia Cheryl Armstead, Valdosta, Georgia Evelyn Awuah, Marietta, Georgia Madiesuze Biev-Aine, Auburn, Georgia Barry Blackmon, Statham, Georgia Andrea Brown, Marietta, Georgia Carmen Carmen

throws over lover for another. [Fr. Lit.: Carmen; Fr. Opera: Bizet, Carmen, Westerman, 189–190]

See : Faithlessness


the cards repeatedly spell her death. [Fr.
 Brown, Atlanta, Georgia Kasie Bryant, Chatsworth, Georgia Gayle Burch, Bishop, Georgia Kristina Byrd, Dalton, Georgia Margaret Chanderbhan, Powder Springs, Georgia Powder Springs is a city in Cobb County, Georgia, United States. The population was 12,481 at the 2000 census. Census estimates for 2005 show 14,507 people living in Powder Springs.  Lesley Crawford, Hephzibah, Georgia Lorene Davis, Surrency, Georgia Paetin Doiletta, Blythe, Georgia Rennie Etheridge, Macon, Georgia Demetira Fletcher, Decatur, Georgia Kristin Goad, Columbus, Georgia Jane Gray, Atlanta, Georgia Judy Hastings, Macon, Georgia Doralyn Holley, Gainesville, Georgia Sondra Hollis, Hull, Georgia Robert Keen, Valdosta, Georgia Rebekah Ketterman, Statesboro, Georgia Laurie Landrum, North Augusta, South Carolina Jeanne Lunsford, Sandy Springs, Georgia Sandy Springs (formerly Hammond) is a newly incorporated city, as of December 2005, and a suburb of Atlanta, Georgia. Located in Fulton County, Georgia, just south of Roswell, it is named for the sandy springs that still exist in the city as a protected historic site.  Yvonne MacDonald, Atlanta, Georgia Pamela Maile, Martiez, Georgia Tracy Maxwell, Atlanta, Georgia Cherie McCann, Pooler, Georgia Melanie McGriff, McDonough, Georgia Katheryn Melton, Augusta, Georgia Jeanne Morgan, Danielsville, Georgia Renee Neidhardt, Thomson, Georgia Shamonc Newman, Augusta, Georgia Ijebuonwu Nkoli, Lawrenceville, Georgia Maryrose Onaga, Snellville, Georgia Elizabeth Peeples, Chatsworth, Georgia Sally Plummer, Powder Springs, Georgia Margaret Reinhart, Tifton, Georgia Terri Rogers, Colbert, Georgia Deborah Sauls, Lake Park, Georgia Lake Park is a city in Lowndes County, Georgia, United States. The population was 549 at the 2000 census. Geography
Lake Park is located at  (30.684704, -83.187639)GR1.
 Betty Scott, Augusta, Georgia Susan Simmons, Evans, Georgia Ashley Smith, Fort Mitchell, Georgia Elizabeth Smith, Lake Park, Georgia Darlene Tilton, Colbert, Georgia Edna Travis, Grovetown, Georgia Shenika Turner, Augusta, Georgia Kyle Wilcher, Glenwood, Georgia Cynthea Wilson, Athens, Georgia Jennifer Winter, Arnoldsville, Georgia Sharon Young, Augusta, Georgia

May 2008

Anita Akwetey, Evans, Georgia Martha Arkue, Monroe, Georgia Bonita Bonita (Spanish and Portuguese for "beautiful") is the name of:
  • Bonita Magazine, an international men's magazine
  • Bonita, California
  • Bonita, Louisiana
 Brantley, Jonesboro, Georgia Sharon Burnette, Macon, Georgia Carrie Capps, Athens, Georgia Laura Carter, Valdosta, Georgia Cynthia Chernecky, Alpharetta, Georgia Paul Cowsar, Savannah, Georgia Sylena Deloach, Atlanta, Georgia Jill Dowers, Tifton, Georgia Barbara Dykes, Meansville, Georgia Michelle Edgeman, Chatsworth, Georgia Rita Harwood, Athens, Georgia Traci Hayes, Acworth, Georgia Hazel Headley, Lawrenceville, Georgia Joyce Hickey, Griffin, Georgia Susan Houston, Savannah, Georgia Carla Huebner, Martinez, Georgia Carla Johnson, Augusta, Georgia Donnett Johnson, Powder Springs, Georgia Barbara Jones, Fayetteville, Georgia Stephen Jones, Loganville, Georgia Kelda Kemp, Lilburn, Georgia Aisha Larry, Douglasville, Georgia Pamela Maddox, Athens, Georgia Cynthia Maloof, Savannah, Georgia Brenda Morrow, Duluth, Georgia Carol Marsden, Winterville, Georgia Laura McIwghlin, Evans, Georgia Deidre Mills, Box Springs, Georgia Rhonda Moore, Dallas, Georgia Tiffany Moulton, Augusta, Georgia Veresa Murray, Augusta, Georgia Doilette Paetin, Blythe, Georgia Christine Pallegrino, Pooler, Georgia Yvonne Ramirez, Fayetteville, Georgia Carolyn Robinson, Jonesboro, Georgia Cleveland Sasser, Atlanta, Georgia Sandra Scott, Comer, Georgia Supaphan Sellers, Blakely, Georgia Forrestine Sentell, Chamblee, Georgia Jannettia Stokes-Dudley, Columbus, Georgia Melody Tarpley, Cartersville, Georgia Annie Walker, Wrens, Georgia Lisa Webb, Monroe, Georgia
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Title Annotation:MEMBERSHIP; Georgia Nursing Association
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Date:Aug 1, 2008
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