Hoven


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Ho´ven


p. p.1.p. p. of Heave.
a.1.Affected with the disease called hoove; as, hoven cattle.
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Pharmacist Jeremy Hoven, without missing a beat, drew his own weapon and fired on the robber.
BOB HOVEN, 75, founder and publisher of the California magazine MegaScene, one of the Coachella Valley's first gay publications, of natural causes in Palm Springs, July 31.
One belonged to Hoven House, the one-time Northwest Christian College residence hall.
all but inevitable, so too is the departure of Dwayne Hoven, Revco's president and chief executive officer, from chain drug retailing.
But Rene Hoven's Lexique de la prose latine de la renaissance is the first modern dictionary entirely devoted to Renaissance Latin.
made major strides last year in the face of a possible takeover, and it has already moved toward greater heights in its current fiscal year, president and chief executive officer Dwayne Hoven told shareholders at the company's annual meeting here.
"As far as Revco's position goes," says president and chief executive officer Dwayne Hoven, "I wouldn't want to change places with anybody."
CDR Special Report -- The editors of Chain Drug Review have chosen Dwayne Hoven,president and chief executive officer of Revco D.S., as the publication's Chain Drug Retailer of the Year for 1993.
Hoven assumed the leadership of Revco a month after it emerged from Chapter 11, and is credited with having given the company a new sense of direction and purpose.
Dwayne Hoven was named president and chief operating officer of Revco D.S., the retailer was in a state of transition.
Dwayne Hoven, newly appointed president and chief operating officer of Revco D.S., says that the retailer already has what it takes to strengthen its position as one of the nation's premier drug chains.
Dwayne Hoven as president and chief operating officer, and major shareholders Samuel Zell and Talton Embry as cochairmen.