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(hū'vĕr),
Charles F., U.S. physician, 1865-1927. See: Hoover sign.
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The Hoover Institution's Facebook page can be found at: http://www.
Before the quarantine went into effect, Hoover used to ship the old hens to Tulare County, where they were slaughtered and processed into canned chicken.
The Hoover Institution's "tweets" will cover a range of issues including information about Hoover-related events, new books by Hoover Press, noteworthy opinion pieces by fellows, media interviews to tune into, testimonies by Hoover fellows, and activities with Stanford University students.
Hoover season rushing leader Armond Esmaili (87 yards rushing on 14carries) led the Tornadoes, who also got strong passing from Robert Kurtz (4 of 4 for 93 yards and both Hoover touchdowns) as a late substitutefor Hoover starter Marvin Serrano (6 for 13 for 49 yards).
Demirchyan, another Hoover High student, suffered a fatal gunshot wound during a fight near campus in September 1998.
There just has to be some assessment,'' Hoover said.
Like all other district high schools, Hoover High educators have pushed to get more students to sign up for the SAT, a standardized test used by most colleges and universities to determine admission.
Hoover Dam is a worthy diversion if only because it was solely responsible for putting the glitter in the gulch.
Glendale (2-8, 0-5), had won three consecutive times and eight of the nine meetings this decade, but a stingy Tornadoes defense made sure 1999 would belong to Hoover.
Yarick, whose block sprung Howard Bentley for the winning touchdown in the final second of that inaugural 12-6 Hoover victory, is one of many with lasting memories of a rivalry Glendale leads 40-28-2 entering Friday's double-homecoming matchup at Glendale High.
Whether it's luck, coincidence or divine intervention, Hoover High coach Greg Switzer has a history of producing All-American male cross country runners.
Hoover Institution wishes to issue the following clarification to its release, BW5962, (CA-HOOVER-INSTITUTION) "Hoover Library and Archives Present 'Sharply Drawn: The Political Cartoons of Louis Raemaekers: 1914-1941'" issued Thursday, January 18, 2007.