Abington


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Ab•ing•ton

(ˈæb ɪŋ tən)

n.
a town in SE Pennsylvania. 59,084.
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Contract Awarded for Build three new schools in Abington, school building
May 4, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Jefferson and Abington Health today announced their "hub and hub" merger has been completed, marking a new era in urban/suburban access to some of the nation's finest clinicians, scientists, academicians and healthcare professionals.
Strikingly, the poem's narrator takes as his starting point his encounter with Reynolds' picture of Abington in the Royal Academy exhibition room.
Abington High battered Northbridge, 36-6, in the state Division 5 Super Bowl here at Gillette Stadium and the Rams simply never got anything going in their first defeat of the season.
Related Rentals and Abington Properties that Abington House on the High Line is more than 30 percent leased, three months after it's market launch.
John Newton and Chris Abington, who work for River Valley Realty in Russellville, were omitted from the April 14 list of the top-selling real estate agents in the state.
I HAD THE DUBIOUS privilege of being on the front lines opposing a planned merger between two Pennsylvania healthcare entities, Abington Health System and Holy Redeemer Hospital, in July 2012.
The shamed banker, 44, yesterday opened the doors of his plush north Dublin home in the posh Abington estate to prospective buyers.
Real estate agents Lisney could not confirm the exact figure the house, in plush estate Abington in Malahide, Co Dublin, sold for.
Global Banking News-October 3, 2011--Susquehanna Bancshares acquires Abington Bancorp(C)2011 ENPublishing - http://www.
Abington Group, a Portsmouth heavy industrial contractor, has successfully completed the assembly and installation of a Siwertell coal unloader at the Schiller Station power plant in Portsmouth.
IN nearly every David Barlow Homes' site across the North East you'll find an Abington.