CONAN


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AcronymDefinition
CONANContinent of North America
CONANConsejo Nacional de Alimentacíon y Nutricíon (Spanish: National Council of Food and Nutrition; Bolivia)
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Conan, Duke of Brittany, and William, Duke of Normandy, were related to each other, and in a manner the Bretons owned the Duke of Normandy as overlord.
Conan stayed patient for his chance behind the province and country's greatest ever back row star (inset) but now says his time in the waiting room is over.
From getting the prime minister to pardon a German Jew wrongly convicted of brutally murdering a Glasgow spinster to helping to clear the name of a man convicted of mutilating cattle near his home, Sandford says Conan Doyle was a real-life superhero.
But when Conan Doyle died in 1930, he wasn't buried in the local churchyard.
It was in 1893 that Hornung married Constance Doyle, the sister of Arthur Conan Doyle, and in 1895 their son Arthur Oscar was born.
The book, the first of three on the subject projected by Life Is Amazing, reveals how Conan Doyle was fascinated by psychic phenomena throughout his life.
In addition to the overall success of its YouTube channel, CONAN is reaching new heights with its popular video remotes.
Rahn explores the people who inspired the detective - and finds Conan Doyle morphed into his own creation.
Conan - whose kickboxer dad named him after the movie hero played by Arnold Schwarzenegger - weighed just 800g when he was born 15 weeks premature.
Conan said: "It's time for me to step on and be better than I was last season.
Conan Doyle lived in Aston for several months from 1879 to 1882 as a dispensing assistant while away from his studies at Edinburgh University.
Whipclip said it has partnered with TBS and Team Coco to add Conan to Whipclip's line-up.