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  • About Wyndham Hotel Group Wyndham Hotel Group encompasses nearly 7,100 hotels and approximately 593,300 rooms in 65 countries under its 11 other hotel brands: Wyndham Hotels and Resorts®, Wingate by Wyndham®, Hawthorn Suites® by Wyndham, Ramada®, Days Inn®, Super 8®,

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  • John Wyndham is fantastic (ignore the sci-fi tag) – suggest you start with The Kraken Wakes, I plan on rereading this very soon.

    Me and Chick-Lit « Tales from the Reading Room

  • Glover will play this week in Wyndham Championship.

    Harrington's bid to defend PGA title was undone at No. 8

  • "Yes, stood up to the Beetle -- the fellow they call Wyndham; then the hooting stopped, and our fellows cheered madly, specially when Newall came forward and backed up Moncrief major."

    The Hero of Garside School

  • Today’s tantalizing totty was requested by Wyndham because, and I quote, Wyndham is “really keen-on-er.”

    Totty Week: CATHERINE KEENER

  • Wyndham has created a newfangled "fee-for-service" program dubbed the Wyndham Asset Affiliation Model (WAAM).

    Converting The Condo Bust To A Timeshare Windfall

  • UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: Thank you for calling Wyndham reservations.

    CNN Transcript Mar 29, 2004

  • Desmond's mouth took an expression Wyndham knew well.

    Captain Desmond, V.C.

  • To Bloomfield's credit be it said that, whatever his own suspicions may have been, he had been as reluctant as Riddell himself, as long as any doubt existed, to name Wyndham publicly as the culprit for whom all

    The Willoughby Captains

  • When he was 12-years old, his dad took him to his first PGA event, the Greensboro Open (known as the Wyndham Champship today).

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