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Synonyms for Huntington

United States physician who first described Huntington's chorea

American revolutionary leader who signed the Declaration of Independence and was president of the Continental Congress (1731-1796)

United States railroad executive who built the western section of the first United States transcontinental railroad (1821-1900)

a city of western West Virginia on the Ohio river at the mouth of the Kanawha

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Huntington s move to Fountain Square highlights our ongoing commitment to a strong presence in Cincinnati and the surrounding region, while supporting the continuing transformation of downtown, said Kevin Jones, Huntington Southern Ohio-Kentucky region president.
Huntington will continue to offer its noninterest-bearing Asterisk-Free Checking account.
In late 2013, Huntington also announced a partnership for the Pure Michigan Micro Lending Initiative that will create Huntington-backed community micro-lending partnerships throughout the state.
The Spartans debit card launches as Huntington expands into the Lansing area via partnership with Meijer, creating eight in-store branches serving greater Lansing by the end of 2013.
The Committee to Elect Edward Pinchiff to the Huntington Beach High School District has released over 35 photographs from the Huntington Beach Senior Saturday Expo.
does not have much direct discussion of education issues; Huntington more or less assumes the victory of a patriotism-reducing multiculturalism in the schools and worries about its consequences.
Huntington has recently announced seven new academic programs consisting of a master's degree in education and additional bachelor's degrees in digital media, economics and finance, political studies, recreation and sports ministry, social work and worship leadership.
Huntington doesn't let a lot of complicated historical reality get in the way of his propositions, but dualistic approaches to our complex real world--where history, culture, and politics converge--can lead to strategic and humanitarian disasters.
In chapter 1, Huntington examines "how the privilege of rank touches the field of culture" (19) in three texts by "writers who felt excluded by or critical of the system" (20).
Huntington argued that the 21st century will be shaped not by ideology or big-power maneuverings but by the immutable force of culture.
Huntington's proposition--first publicized in the form of articles (Huntington 1993 a; Huntington 1993b) and then elaborated on in a volume (Huntington 1996 *) which in October 2001, five years after its publication, the British magazine New Statesman picked as the book of the week--that conflict among civilizations is emerging as a dominant pattern of world politics.
Henry Huntington lived to work, to build, and to collect.
27 May 2014 -- Ohio US-based Huntington Bancshares Inc's (NASDAQ: HBAN) The Huntington Funds unit said it completed the transition of its fixed income funds to corresponding mutual funds advised by an advisory subsidiary of Federated Investors Inc on May 16, 2014.
The Huntington Beach 4th of July Parade photos include marching bands, military honor guards, various veterans organizations, colorful floats, vintage automobiles, local community organizations and businesses, multiple military flyovers, and much more.
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