Shenandoah


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Shen•an•do•ah

(ˌʃɛn ənˈdoʊ ə)

n.
a river flowing NE from N Virginia to the Potomac at Harpers Ferry, West Virginia. ab. 200 mi. (322 km) long.
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M2 EQUITYBITES-September 12, 2017-Hooker to Acquire Upholstered Furniture Maker Shenandoah for USD 40m
Having cleared the Shenandoah Valley of Union soldiers and crossed the Potomac River to invade the north for the third time during the Civil War, says Quint, General Jubal Early's Confederate Army anticipated taking the US capital Washington within days.
I read with interest Nicolas Brulliard's article in the Spring issue of the magazine about the hemlock woolly adelgid attacking eastern hemlock trees in Shenandoah National Park ["Saving Goliath"].
As a result of the company's success and subsequent growth, TacticalWalls has announced a move into a new location in the Town of Shenandoah, Va.
In 2013, Heatwole founded Shenandoah Processing LLC, which offers processing services to small-scale and organic chicken producers in the Harrisonburg, Va.
Shenandoah engaged in commerce raiding, a contentious diplomatic visit to Melbourne, Australia, and even carried Southern gentlemen a tropical vacation on the Pacific island of Pohnpei.
The Shenandoah, proudly flying its Confederate ensign flag arrived in the River Mersey on November 6, 1865, seven months after General Lee's surrender which finally brought an end to the conflict between the warring southern and Northern States.
Global Banking News-April 28, 2015--Bank of the James names president of bank's Shenandoah Valley office
Rich portraits of the people who were displaced when the Shenandoah National Park was created are both heartrending and ironic.
Mark Lardas' SHENANDOAH 1864: SHERIDAN'S VALLEY CAMPAIGN (9781472804839, $21.
As Shenandoah University, in Virginia, was experiencing a dynamic period of growth led by an expansion of its health sciences program, administrators realized that this expansion necessitated a reconsideration of issues of enterprise technology standardization, integration and support.
Shenandoah Medical Center said it will deploy select Allscripts (NASDAQ: MDRX) Sunrise open, connected and innovative electronic health record solutions to help the hospital system manage the shift to value-based care and serve the evolving healthcare needs of patients in southwest Iowa.