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Hol·yoke

 (hōl′yōk′)
A city of southwest Massachusetts on the Connecticut River north of Springfield. Following the completion of a dam in 1849, it became a major manufacturing center specializing in paper products.

Hol•yoke

(ˈhoʊl yoʊk, ˈhoʊ liˌoʊk)

n.
a city in SW Massachusetts. 44,678.
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Global Banking News-May 27, 2016--Bank of America to close mall location at Holyoke
In attendance will be local government officials including: Alex Morse, Mayor of Holyoke, Marcos Marrero, Director of Planning & Economic Development and Kathy Anderson, President of the Greater Holyoke Chamber of Commerce, just to name a few.
Majka, 96, of Holland and formerly of Holyoke, passed away peacefully March 30, 2015 at the Holyoke Soldiers' Home.
Holyoke concludes with a selection of case studies demonstrating innovative weave and design solutions.
Washington, Jan 15 ( ANI ): The trend of exchanging Valentines' day greetings was started by a Mount Holyoke College graduate in the 1840s.
Rates of gonorrhea and chlamydia among males (aged 15-19 years) decreased 47% within 3 years after implementation of the program in the Holyoke, Mass.
Business owners expressed concern Monday night over a proposed bridge restoration project in Holyoke.
Holyoke College and Holyoke Community College in Massachusetts.
Defining Women's Scientific Enterprise: Mount Holyoke Faculty and the Rise of American Science.