- Conrad (Potter),1889–1973, U.S. poet.
- a city in SW South Carolina.
- a male given name.
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Aiken will face an uphill battle aganst Ellmers, in a district since gerrymandered to be Republican-leaning.Clay Aiken’s Democratic Opponent Dies Suddenly
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In contrast, the openly gay Aiken would have a difficult time transitioning from Broadway star to rural Blue Dog Democrat.
So far, national Democrats are staying out of the picture and letting Aiken make up his mind.
The question is whether Aiken would be a competitive candidate.
Even so, Aiken would still likely be the best candidate that Democrats could attract.
How awful that this should have to happen in Aiken of all cities.
In Aiken where we never have felt hitherto that it was ever necessary to lock the door.
He had paid what he owed, so Aiken confessed to having misjudged his resources.
Aiken felt that it had misjudged Larkin, and he departed in high favor.
Aiken will always remember that dinner in the woods for its beauty and for its gayety.
- Conrad (Potter). 1889–1973, US poet, short-story writer, and critic. His works include Collected Poems (1953) and the novel Blue Voyage (1927)
- Howard Hathaway. 1900–73, US mathematician; pioneered the construction of electronic computers
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