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Bellevue

(bĕl`vyo͞o). 1 City (1990 pop. 30,982), Sarpy co., E Nebr., a suburb of Omaha, on the Missouri River; inc. 1855. A railroad junction, it has manufacturing (fertilizers, computer and communication equipment, food, apparel, concrete products, whirlpool baths, feed) and telecommunications services. The oldest city in the state, Bellevue was a trading post in the early 1800s and the site of a Presbyterian Native American mission in the 1840s and 50s. The Strategic Air and Space Museum is there. 2 City (1990 pop. 86,874), King co., W Wash., on Lake Washington opposite Seattle and connected to it by two floating bridges; inc. 1953. Manufactures include computers, machinery, electrical equipment, aircraft parts, food, building materials, medical equipment, chemicals, fertilizers, and paper products; there is printing and publishing. It has one of the most extensive networks of office complexes in the Pacific Northwest and the state's largest shopping center.
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Dubai Properties (DP) has announced that all units released at Bellevue Towers were sold on the first day of sales on Saturday.
Provide routine maintenance and repair of HVAC equipment located at the Bellevue Service Center (BSC), 2901 115th Avenue NE, Bellevue, WA 98004.
Bellevue is the biggest real estate magazine in whole Europe and they award only the best and finest companies since more than 10 years.
Following the acquisition, Adamant's nine employees will become part of Bellevue Asset Management, Bellevue Group previously announced, noting that the two entities will officially merge on 1 January 2015.
Bellevue College will award its first bachelor's degrees this spring.
Bellevue shot 57 percent from the field to build a 42-25 halftime lead as the Lane battled foul trouble, with two players collecting four fouls before intermission.
Just a few decades ago, Bellevue remained a sleepy suburb just across Lake Washington from Seattle.
At the same time, Bellevue University was chosen to support the Department of Defense as it helps the rest of the federal government leverage innovative education programs through the Defense Acquisition University.
The new East River Science Park will be built on a city-controlled site on the campus of Bellevue Hospital which the city will lease to Alexandria to develop the largest commercial bioscience center in New York City.
3 that it signed 10-year leases with EOP-Northwest Properties LLC and Three Bellevue Center LLC, formalizing plans for new corporate headquarters in downtown Bellevue, Wash.
That is why Bellevue University collaborated with the National Institute of Corrections to develop an online degree specifically for corrections professionals.
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