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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • A city of west-central Guinea northeast of Conakry. It is a trade center for an agricultural region. Population: 46,500.

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Examples

  • Arizona is deep at running back — with Keola Antolin, Greg Nwoko, Daniel Jenkins and Taimi Tutogi — but Grigsby is the true home-run threat.

    Around the Pac-10 Conference

  • Three key players missed spring ball because of injury — RB Greg Nwoko (shoulder), starting OG Vaughn Dotsy (back) and potential starting DT Dominique Austin (toe). —

    Around the Pac-10 Conference

  • The mostly costly were by David Romaka at the New Mexico 2-yard line which killed an 18-play, nearly eight minute drive in the third quarter and one by Chris Nwoko at the New Mexico 46 that set up the Nelson to Smith touchdown.

    USATODAY.com - College Football - New Mexico vs. New Mexico St.

  • The Aggies also had three rushing TDs, two by David Romaka and another by Chris Nwoko.

    USATODAY.com - College Football - Louisiana Tech vs. New Mexico St.

  • Nwoko scored after Holbrook hit wide receiver Chris Williams with a 21-yard pass to the 1.

    USATODAY.com - College Football - Louisiana Tech vs. New Mexico St.

  • Nic Grigsby, the No. 2 rusher last year, is trying to make the Miami Dolphins and backup Greg Nwoko tore his ACL in March.

    The Seattle Times

  • Joe Nwoko played and impressive Robbie Burns through, who dummied a defender but stumbled as he rounded the keeper and was just beaten to the ball before he could recover to score.

    Your Local Guardian | Wimbledon

  • Antolin, who rushed 16 times for 77 yards against UCLA, figures to get the majority of the reps as Grigsby and Nwoko recover.

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  • Nwoko suffered a similar injury in the second quarter.

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  • A 22-yard pass to Nwoko put the hosts at the three-yard line, and two plays later Foles hit Criner for a five-yard touchdown to cut the deficit in half.

    The News Tribune Blogs

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