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  • He also worked on Hibernia's transaction with Capital One.

    From Banks

  • Already, their experience with Hebron, and now expectations that a new standoff is brewing with the province over development of Hibernia's south extension, has dampened any enthusiasm they had left.

    Danny's latest pissing match

  • This changing mood was reflected in a front-page story in The Globe and Mail last week with the headline: "Newfoundland swaggers to Hibernia's beat."

    Leading a New Industry into a New Century

  • Wood Gundy has concluded Hibernia's owners can expect a return of about 13 per cent on their investment.

    Leading a New Industry into a New Century

  • In Hibernia, we see excitement and enthusiasm for a promising new industry and a determination to set the highest possible standards for that industry -- a mood that is captured in Hibernia's vision: "People Pioneering Offshore Excellence."

    Leading a New Industry into a New Century

  • The fact that in Hibernia's case it all came together was due in no small part to the active co-operation and interest of the provincial and federal governments in St. John's and Ottawa.

    Leading a New Industry into a New Century

  • But he was received with the appropriate ceremony as he went up Hibernia's side, following two glittering captains with epaulettes on both shoulders who were obviously going to be members of the Court.

    Hornblower And The Crisis

  • It was highly desirable to shove off in the boat at least as quickly as the boats from the frigates, even though it meant that Hornblower had to spend longer pitching and tossing in the boat while his betters went up Hibernia's side before him, but the thought that all this presaged some new and urgent action sustained Hornblower in the ordeal.

    Hornblower And The Hotspur

  • A big frigate was foaming along in Hibernia's wake.

    Hornblower And The Hotspur

  • Wherever blows are rife, Hibernia's sons appear; in big fights or little wars the shamrock gleams in the van.

    Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 61, No. 378, April, 1847


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