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  • Hell I can't even find a place called Haverford, there's a place called Haverfordwest in Wales though.

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  • And I had took him along with me in 1993 for my 25th college reunion at Haverford, which is out on the main lines -- you know, suburban

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  • From the train the troops marched immediately to the docks, and at 2: 00 p. m., embarked on the British Steamship "Haverford".

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  • The latest cult US comic to visit us over here is Aziz Ansari, known to connoisseurs of US TV as Tom Haverford, the feckless civil servant in NBC's Parks And Recreation.

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  • I passed Haverford College and then left our township, driving slowly past the minimart.

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  • "The jobless claims number is just another confirmation that the fear of a double dip—that was so prevalent at the end of September—is almost a distant memory now," said Hank Smith , chief investment officer of equities at Haverford Investments.

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  • Anita Isaacs, an expert on Guatemalan politics at Haverford College, said Mr. Pérez will also encounter stiff resistance by Guatemala's upper class to raise taxes.

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  • Even though it lost out at the Emmys, by pairing the bro-com-that-could-be of Ben helping Tom Haverford balance Entertainment 7twenty's books with the Ron's impending audit at the hands of his "hellacious nightmare" of a first ex, Parks and Recreation still brought home comedy gold last night: A staggeringly funny script.

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  • Clients are seeking dividend-paying stocks of high quality because they want income and companies "that they can go to sleep with at night," said Hank Smith, chief investment officer of Radnor, Pa. -based Haverford Trust Co., which manages about $6 billion.

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  • This is the scene portrayed in Jeffrey Stockbridge's "36 And Haverford, No. 2," which is part of his powerful solo exhibit Philadelphia at The Delaware Center For The Contemporary Arts in Wilmington, Delaware.

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  • Haverford's etymology meaning is 'crossing at the confluence'.

    February 1, 2019