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Hope·well

 (hōp′wĕl′, -wəl)
n.
An early Native American culture centered in the Ohio River valley from about the second century bc to the fourth century ad, noted for the construction of extensive earthworks and large conical burial mounds and for its highly developed arts and crafts.

[After the owner of a farm in Ross County, Ohio .]
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As a result of this force majeure event, phenol production at the company's Frankford, Pennsylvania facility and caprolactam production at its Hopewell, Virginia facility have been reduced.
Additionally, the company will be closing its branch in Hopewell, Virginia, an expected annualized savings of approximately USD 200,000, and will continue to evaluate its branch network over the next several months.
Securities and Exchange Commission, has maintained the Rating Watch Negative on the following city of Hopewell, Virginia's sewer system revenue bonds.
The family lives in Hopewell, Virginia. While in the U.S., Villarreal worked in construction and sent money to his parents in Mexico every month.<br />Villarreal has twice been removed from the U.S.
Originally from Hopewell, Virginia, Ann Marie Baum co-founded Cherry Modern Design in Raleigh in 2004.
A TAPPI member since 1973, he is currently general manager for Smurfit-Stone Container in Hopewell, Virginia. He started his career in 1970 with Continental Can Company in Augusta as a management trainee.
(NASDAQ: GPRE) has acquired an ethanol production facility in Hopewell, Virginia, located approximately 20 miles south of Richmond, from Future Fuels LLP, the company said.
Vireol Bio Energy, a 62-million-gallon-per-year ethanol facility in Hopewell, Virginia, will cease running and is courting investors to reopen if market conditions improve, said Peter McGenity, chief executive officer and chairman.
Praxair previously started up a 450-ton-per-day carbon dioxide purification facility in Hopewell, Virginia, and also operates carbon dioxide facilities in Southeastern Canada.
Myers, 30, of Hopewell, Virginia, was killed in Afghanistan on Saturday by an improvised explosive device, the Pentagon said.