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Herndon,

town (1990 pop. 16,139), Fairfax co., N Va., inc. 1874, rechartered 1938. A suburb of Washington, D.C., Herndon has a mix of light and high-tech industries. Dulles International Airport (including extensive facilities of the National Air and Space Museum) and the National Weather Service's Baltimore/Washington forecast office are to the west.
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HFF) announced today that it has closed the sale of Herndon Square, a two-building, 120,696-square-foot office property in Herndon, Virginia.
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Leonard Swett, who rode the circuit courts with Lincoln and later wrote Lincoln's biographical entry for the Encyclopedia Britannica, begged Herndon to tell him "what the skeleton was with Lincoln" that "gave him that peculiar melancholy?
On April 7, 2004, as Herndon was fighting in a battle in Hawijah, Iraq, an RPG hit him in the chest and failed to detonate.
Winners include: The Tennessee Department of Environment & Conservation, Nashville, Tennessee; Navy Whicbey Recycle, Oak Harbor, Washington; Virco Manufacturing Corporation, Conway Division, Torrance, California; Herndon High School, Herndon, Virginia; City of Austin Solid Waste Services, Austin, Texas; Central Texas Recycling Association, Texas.
In his 1937 autobiography Let Me Live, Angelo Herndon recounts this incident from his first months in the Communist Party (CP) in Birmingham in 1930.
William Lewis Herndon wrote this report a century and a ago when he led the first U.