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Synonyms for Harriman

United States financier who negotiated a treaty with the Soviet Union banning tests of nuclear weapons (1891-1986)

United States railway tycoon (1848-1909)

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In addition to this approximately 1,300-square-foot residence and all its furnishings, Harriman will receive a 2016 Acura TLX and $50,000 cash provided by national mortgage lender Quicken Loans.
Pool trailed when Michael Harriman drilled in a low, first-time finish.
New Job and Background: Morril Harriman has joined the law firm of Mitchell Williams Selig Gates & Woodyard PLLC as counsel in the firm's Little Rock office.
She leaves her son, Mark Harriman and his wife, Eve, of Leominster; her daughter, Judy Harriman, also of Leominster; two grandchildren, Olivia Harriman and Dawson Harriman; a brother, Joseph Wheeler of Florida; a sister, Shirley Hines, of Franklin; many nieces and nephews; among her relatives are Jeff Harriman and Sharon Rainville of Berlin.
Fighting from the blue corner, Harriman battled the entire three rounds to subdue Hussain Mollamahdi of Iran in one of the six Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) bouts, while Mounir was swift in disposing of his Filipino opponent Atan Canlubo by knockout in the Thai Boxing fight.
Linda Fowler, prosecuting, said that Mr Harriman had been called to Marlington Drive in Brackenhall to pick up a fare.
As a program partner, Harriman is authorized to work with clients to develop comprehensive energy reduction plans for existing commercial, industrial and institutional buildings.
A powerful driving maul sent Harriman over the try-line to score and stretch his sides lead.
Pc Keiron Harriman, aged 42, was left with a three centimetrelong tip of a kitchen knife embedded in his head.
Olson's narrative concludes with V-E day activities and the legacies of Roosevelt, Churchill, Winant, Murrow and Harriman still evident today.
Liverpool-born Mark Harriman, managing director of the British subsidiary, said: "It has always been a Viking priority to be where our customers are - and preferably to be in place and ready to service them before they get there.
The Knoxville News Sentinel reported officials of the college in Harriman said the device was stolen Oct.
Harriman and Lstiburek, independent consultants associated with the with the American Society of Heating, Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE), have designed the second edition of this sustainability guide for technical professionals who need to design durable, comfortable and energy- efficient buildings in hot and humid climates.
Harrison Gray Otis and Job Harriman were part of the flood of Midwesterners who came to Los Angeles for health and wealth in the late nineteenth century.
Aries, Deitch & Endelson is pleased to announce that Bill Hesse has recently negotiated three HomeGoods store leases in Nanuet, Harriman and White Plains/Greenburgh NY on behalf of The TJX Companies, Inc.