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Hun·ting·ton

(hŭn'ting-tŏn),
George, U.S. physician, 1850-1916. See: Huntington chorea, Huntington disease.
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Huntington s planned move would add 45 jobs to its downtown workforce with the relocation of its existing Rookwood-based office staff in 2016.
According to the firm, the new accounts offer customers a suite of options for earning higher returns and greater benefits when they open a checking and a savings account with Huntington.
The purchase was finalised and the branches were converted to deliver Huntington products and services the weekend of September 12-14.
Huntington wanted to give our many customers who are loyal Michigan State University fans the opportunity to show Spartan pride in their day-to-day financial transactions," said John Irwin, Huntington West Michigan region president.
Huntington Beach High School Board candidate Edward Pinchiff was present to support Senior Saturday and the Huntington Beach Council on Aging.
These attributes, Huntington argues, have combined to make Hispanics less likely to adopt American values and American culture, especially in a nation whose elites have embraced a multicultural ideology that makes assimilation ever more difficult.
Huntington offers more than 70 areas of study including our teacher-education program, which is nationally accredited through NCATE, a distinction earned by fewer than one-third of the colleges in the United States.
In an article in a recent edition of Foreign Policy, the grumpy but influential Huntington perceives a new enemy, one that already walks among us in fifth, sixth, even seventh columns--our Latino hemispheric cohabitants.
Huntington produces innovative and convincing interpretations of George Chapman's early work, informed by a socioeconomic theory of culture derived from Pierre Bourdieu.
Flanagan, Huntington town supervisor Frank Petrone, Huntington Town councilwoman Susan Berland, Huntington town councilman Mark Cuthbertson, Babylon town councilman Wayne Horsley, Suffolk county IDA Bruce Ferguson, and Huntington director of economicdDevelopment Lisa Ann Broughton.
Huntington, who kicked up a ruckus with his 1993 Foreign Affairs article, "The Clash of Civilizations?

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