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Fen

A unit of length in China approximately equivalent to 3.33 millimeters.
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Fenn successfully adapted his technique to the line-cut and half-tone processes that gradually supplanted wood engraving in the publishing industry.
After his girlfriend got in the car, Fenn sped off towards the M1 at up to 100mph and ordered Mrs Nixon to open a can of beer for him.
Twenty years ago, Dr Fenn was nutrition adviser to the Everest Expedition planned to mark the 40th anniversary of the first ascent by Sir Edmund Hillary and Sherpa Tensing in 1953.
Pte Fenn was a member of the 18th Battalion engaged in holding part of the line near Bienvilliers when, over three days of fighting, the battalion suffered a gas attack and he was killed on July 14, 1916 - a day his battalion was relieved and marched away to rest.
A Western-trained doctor, Fenn founded his New Jersey-based company six years ago.
In the study of more than 250 people, Fenn and research partner Zach Hambrick suggest that people can vary vastly on what kinds of information and how much of it they can retain from information received while sleeping.
Fenn, now 25, of Blackbird Leys, Oxford, whose victim was a 10-year-old girl, was jailed in June at Oxford Crown Court after pleading guilty to two charges of rape - he had a release date of October 19 because of time spent in custody awaiting sentence.
Fenn, now 25, of Oxford, whose victim was a 10-year-old girl, was jailed in June and had a release date of October 19 because of time in custody awaiting sentence.
Pamela Fenn, 81, who lives above the Praia da Luz apartment Madeleine vanished from, supposedly said she heard the four-year-old "scream for four hours" the night before.
Window-cleaner Keith Fenn will be free in just four months because he had spent eight months in custody awaiting sentence and because of our ludicrous parole system.
MARTIN ATKINS managed just one maximum in his first-round Lakeside triumph against Gary Fenn - and that was out of character, writes Steve Davies.
The theory holds true for Jerry Fenn, president of Qwest's operations in Utah, who at a commanding 6'4" intimidates most with his stature, not to mention his ability to launch into loud, passionate soliloquies.