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  • Connors — may refer to: Contents 1 People 1.1 Fictional 2 Places 3 See also People Andree Connors, poet and nov …   Wikipedia

  • Connors — ist der Familienname folgender Personen: Bill Connors (* 1949), US amerikanischer Jazzgitarrist Chuck Connors (1921 1992), US amerikanischer Schauspieler Gene Connors (* 1930; Mighty Flea ), US amerikanischer Posaunist Jimmy Connors (* 1952), US… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Connors — It is common outside Ireland for the clan name O Connor to lose its Gaelic identity and to be found spelt as Conor, Connor, Connors, Connar and Conner, but all are originally descendants of Conchobhair . Historically the clan is the most famous… …   Surnames reference

  • Connors — /ˈkɒnəz/ (say konuhz) noun Jimmy (James Scott Connors), born 1952, US tennis player; Wimbledon champion 1974, 1982 …   Australian English dictionary

  • Connors — noun outstanding United States tennis player (born in 1952) • Syn: ↑Jimmy Conors, ↑James Scott Connors • Instance Hypernyms: ↑tennis player …   Useful english dictionary

  • Connors — /kon euhrz/, n. James Scott (Jimmy), born 1952, U.S. tennis player. * * * …   Universalium

  • Connors — n. family name …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Connors State College — Motto Building Futures One at a Time Established 1908 Type Public Junior College President Dr. Timothy W. Faltyn Academic staff 80 …   Wikipedia

  • Connors Lake — Location Sawyer County, Wisconsin Coordinates 45°45′05″N 90°44′15″W …   Wikipedia

  • CONNORS (JIM) — CONNORS JIM dit JIMMY (1952 ) Né à Saint Louis (Illinois), Jimmy Connors a marqué le monde du tennis par son immense talent, mais aussi par ses spectaculaires sautes d’humeur. Contestant fréquemment les décisions des arbitres, prenant souvent… …   Encyclopédie Universelle