Roger has been mentioned or cited more than a thousand times throughout all the RSS channels we monitor. Especially, the channel 'CanadaObits.ca' contains more than a hundred references to this person (or maybe different people with similar names) alone. As it’s displayed on the chart below, Roger was highly popular in February last year. Popularity drop is quite noticeable as the number of mentions has suffered a drastic multifold decline in the last 6 months.
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[...] of Edgemont, SD and Jeanne (Bob) Grott of Tamaroa, IL; two nephews, Brent (Karen) White and Roger (Cindy) Lamb and three nieces, Monica Crawford, Tonya Schorfheide and Jennifer Grott-Hagston and [...]
[...] found. The wines produced from these plots have shaped the palate of several generations of the Roger family. These lands represent the origin of their history - the Genesis (or Genèse in French). [...]
[...] has won this tournament an incredible 5 times and is going for his 4th in a row this year. Roger Federer meanwhile has bagged the title 4 times and was the runner up in both 2014 and 2015. Nadal [...]
[...] arse in dottage Could you not have kept this breath to have cool’d your pottage Why (quoth Sir Roger Owen) if books be noe lyers I knewe one fart devided amongst a dozen Fryeres Phillip Gawdie [...]
[...] the favourite priced at 2.5 on Betfair Outrights but there has to be incredible value in backing Roger Federer close to 3. Simply put, the Swiss maestro is definitely back with some awesome Tennis [...]
[...] both being Facebook Messenger messages received in January of this year, are detailed below. · Hey Roger , It's DJ . How ya been ? Also was wondering how I could get my hands on one of your daily [...]
[...] April 1, 1955. The series continued on the radio until April 24, 1959. 1976: On Ryan's Hope, Roger (Ron Hale) insisted that Ed (Frank Latimore) call the police, believing Seneca (John Gabriel) [...]