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Ho·bo·ken

(hō'bō-kĕn),
Nicholaus van, Dutch anatomist and physician, 1632-1678. See: Hoboken gemmules, Hoboken nodules, Hoboken valves.
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The first event will take place on Friday, February 23rd from 6:30-8:30 pm at Learn Language Hoboken 4 50 7th Street, Lower Level 1.
In addition to expanding EY's New York metro footprint, the Hoboken office at 121 River Street is part of the EY@Work initiative, emphasizing the company's dedication to offering energizing and efficient environments for its workforce.
The property is extremely located in one of the most desirable neighborhoods surrounding New York City just two blocks from Hoboken Terminal offering commuters access to PATH Trains, NJ Transit buses and trains, and the NY Waterway Ferry.
NJ Transit said in a post on Twitter that rail service in and out of Hoboken station was suspended due to a train accident.
who was on the train that crashed into the Hoboken Terminal, walks away after speaking to reporters.
To target the women's vote, 'Frank and Ronnie' came to Hoboken and visited St Ann's Church, the place credited with Sinatra's singing debut at a ravioli dinner.
Hoboken is an urban community located just 10 minutes across the Hudson River from Manhattan.
With almost every inch in Hoboken accounted for by new development, and prices rising in both Hoboken and Jersey City, developers and residents have been looking north in Hudson County for the next hot spot.
part of the sale, will now be titled simply Hoboken.
To be located in Singapore, the new unit will launch in early 2006 and will join Wiley's current STM programs located in Chichester, UK, Hoboken (NJ) and Weinheim, Germany.