Rapidan


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Rap•i•dan

(ˌræp ɪˈdæn)

n.
a river in N Virginia, flowing E from the Blue Ridge Mountains into the Rappahannock River. 90 mi. (145 km) long.
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Now that Trump has carried out tax reforms, he's going to be doing things more unilaterally and the concern levels are starting to rise,' Bob McNally, president of the consulting firm Rapidan Energy Group and former adviser to President George W.
Major organization : RAPPAHANNOCK RAPIDAN COMMUNITY SERVICES BOARD
As Meade followed south once again, the Union army smashed a Confederate defensive bridgehead at Rappahannock Station on November 7 and drove Lee back across the Rapidan River.
Rapidan Camp--located in the foothills of Virginia, although a Greenbelt Cooperative;
Until and unless I hear a producer say they're willing to contribute cuts, I think this is all about trying to spook or shame Saudi Arabia into doing what it has steadfastly said it will not -- cut unilaterally," says Bob McNally, president of The Rapidan Group energy consultancy.
president George Bush who heads energy research firm Rapidan Group, noted Iran will need much patience as the "sanctions are not likely to be lifted until late 2015 or early 2016, though we could see slippage beforehand.
Lee's tactical masterpiece at Chancellorsville forced a Union retreat across the Rappahannock and Rapidan rivers but did not destroy the Union army; in fact, Lee suffered proportionately much higher losses in victory.
The underlying battle is underway and it is not resolved," said Bob McNally, founder and president at Rapidan Group and a former energy adviser to the George W.
Bush and now president of the Rapidan Group energy consultancy, said after a recent trip to Saudi Arabia that OPEC producers might wait for U.
Monday through Friday, he's in the mountains of Virginia, organizing bus tours to Rapidan Camp, the retreat of President Herbert Hoover and his wife from 1929 to 1933.
This study considers the role of music in defining the social communities that emerged during the five-month winter encampment of Civil War soldiers beginning in December 1863, when both sides took refuge from bad weather conditions in the Piedmont region of central Virginia near the Rapidan River.
We took the Mill Prong Trail from Skyline Drive to the Rapidan Camp (also known as Camp Hoover).