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Hanover

a German light horse used mostly for riding, with an excellent record in equitation and dressage. Bay, brown, chestnut or black, 16.2 to 17 hands high. Called also, apparently incorrectly, Hanoverian.
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Hanover also does business across the pond via its Chaucer segment that write insurance policies through Lloyds.
Evidencing strength and confidence in the Downtown market, these tenants chose 5 Hanover Square for its prestigious address and in anticipation of the completion of the major capital renovation that Swig Burris Equities will complete by the end of this November.
JEDI's stake in Hanover allowed the Enron executives who managed JEDI to attend Hanover board meetings.
10] There is undoubtedly a greater degree of ecological awareness in more of the Hanover pavilions than has ever been seen before.
But the Argonautica, on its maiden voyage, is not the bustling party ship Hanover and company expect.
The ratings and outlook of Hanover P&C reflect its excellent risk-adjusted capitalization, stemming from improved operating earnings and the elimination of dividends last paid to The Hanover Group in 2002.
The deal calls for Hanover to pay $23 million in a renewal rights agreement with OneBeacon, a property and casualty insurer that writes specialty and highly segmented commercial and personal lines products.
Located in the heart of downtown's financial district, 5 Hanover Square was built in 1962 and was designed by architect Henry G Green.
Cross Hanover Street, and walk into Paul Revere Mall, a cool oasis of brick walls and leafy trees with park benches in front of plaques honoring the neighborhood's heroes and war dead.
Eastern Time, on February 27, 2007, holders may convert their Preferred Securities called for redemption on the basis of one Preferred Security per $50 principal amount of Debentures which will then be immediately converted into shares of Hanover Compressor Company common stock at a price of $17.
The company has already established itself as a good neighbor and a responsible member of the community," said Mayor Ron Francioli of Hanover Township.
Firms like Hanover Sterling that deal in inexpensive and typically unseasoned securities known as penny stocks collapse with dreary regularity.