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Fen

A unit of length in China approximately equivalent to 3.33 millimeters.
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Fenn said: "This season has not been great and hopefully I can put the smiles back on the fans' faces and give them what they deserve.
Mr Fenn said he never imagined his school would have such a direct connection to an atrocity like the arena attack.
And seeing as Fenn is 86 years old, that day might come sooner than later.
The success of Picturesque America led to assignments for Fenn in Europe and the Middle East, sketching images for two additional Appleton ventures, Picturesque Europe (1875--79) and Picturesque Palestine, Sinai, and Egypt (1881-83).
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.
Dr Fenn joined a Slow Food group started in Banchory ten years ago - one of more than 600 Slow Food groups which sprang up all over the world, after Carlo Petrini launched the organisation to reverse the fast food trend in Italy.
Fenn previously worked at Memorial Hermann Healthcare System in Houston for 17 years, serving in numerous leadership positions in hospital operations, physician practice management, and managed care contracting.
He believes it may have been kept by his grandfather, who served in the First World War, and may have been a friend of Pte Fenn.
The project has found out that Pte Fenn served in the 18th (Service) Battalion Northumberland Fusiliers.
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.
A new business landscape is in the making, and the 13- to 25-year-old youth demographic is creating it, according to Upstarts by business writer Donna Fenn. A trend is rising of teens and young adults starting their own businesses, offering the world's best hope for a flourishing post-recession global economy, Fenn argues.