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Synonyms for Housatonic

a river that rises in western Massachusetts and flows south through Connecticut to empty into Long Island Sound

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Over the 20-year life of the potential community project at 383 Housatonic St.
Housatonic and Sverica led the expansion of the company's footprint from the Republic of Ireland to include the UK, Belgium and the Netherlands.
The sinking of the Housatonic failed to loosen the Union blockade of Charleston, but it marked the beginning of a new era in naval warfare: the first sinking of an enemy ship by a submarine--the Confederate H.
River restoration efforts already have cleaned a 2-mile stretch of the Housatonic between Newell Street and Fred Garner Park in Pittsfield.
African American Heritage in Upper Housatonic Valley
Housatonic Partners, a private equity firm focusing on business services and media industries, is the lead investor in Gold Standard.
Newbold, Columbia, MD, Charlotte Weaver, Kansas City, MO, John Welton, Charleston, SC, Bonnie Westra, Blaine, MN, Brian Gugerty, Arnold, MD, Margaret (Mimi) Hassett, Housatonic, MA, Melissa Foster, Miami, FL, Judy Murphy, West Allis, WI, Ruth Schleyer, Tigard, OR, Jennifer Guite, Port Deposit, MD, Mary Lang, New Castle, DE, and Bobbie Stone, Freehold, NJ.
NRC: Lincoln, NE), a provider of performance measurement and improvement services to the healthcare industry, has acquired all the assets of The Governance Institute (TGI; Dan Diego, CA) from Housatonic Partners (Boston, MA), for $19.
According to The Associated Press, the submarine rammed a spar with black powder into the Union blockade ship Housatonic off Charleston in February 1864 and never returned from the engagement.
Hunley attacked and sank the Housatonic off Charleston.
Classical Vocal Performance: ``Grieg and Sibelius Songs,'' Karita Mattila, soprano; ``Handel: Arias (Theodora; La Lucrezia-Cantata; Serse),'' Lorraine Hunt Lieberson, mezzo soprano; ``Ives: Songs (The Things Our Fathers Loved; the Housatonic at Stockbridge, etc.
But she just sat there, fixated on the red shag carpeting," says the Housatonic, Mass.
They've influenced General Electric to allot $150 to $250 million for cleaning up polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) polluting the Housatonic River in the Northeast; they've motivated Universal Health Services of Pennsylvania, the country's third-largest hospital management company, to formally request that its suppliers phase out the toxic PVC in medical products; and they have persuaded Ford, DaimlerChrysler, General Motors and Texaco to quit the Global Climate Coalition--an organization that undermined efforts to curb global warming.
plant on a 12-acre lot on Housatonic Avenue in Bridgeport into pan of the Union Avenue headquarters of Moore some two miles away.
The second scene occurred soon after passage of the Clean Water Act of 1972, at the end of a glorious canoe trip on a relatively unspoiled Connecticut section of the Housatonic River.