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Plainview.

1 Uninc. city (1990 pop. 26,207), Nassau co., SE N.Y., on Long Island. It is chiefly residential. 2 City (1990 pop. 21,700), seat of Hale co., NW Tex., on the Llano Estacado; inc. 1907. The level plain, irrigated by shallow wells from a large underground water belt, yields wheat, grain sorghum, soybeans, and cotton, and cattle are raised. Plainview's industries include food processing and the production of hybrid seeds and farm equipment. Wayland Baptist Univ. and the Llano Estacado Museum are in the city.
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Notes: a prebid conference will be held tuesday, february 13, 2018 at city of plainview, 901 broadway street, plainview, texas 79072 at 10 am cdt.
M2 EQUITYBITES-January 10, 2018-Higginbotham, Independent Insurance Agents of Plainview Merge to Expand Operations in Texas
Through 13 essays (some based on papers from the 2011 Plains Conference held in Tucson, Arizona), anthropologists, archaeologists, and other researchers from the US and Mexico explore the Plainview Paleoindian artifact style, considering the nature of the original Plainview bone bed in northwest Texas and its stratigraphic context; the age of the Plainview bison kill and the age range of the Plainview type; and what constitutes the Plainview type, how widespread it is, and how it is related to other Paleoindian artifact styles like Folsom and Goshen.
The compact, with Cox and its landlord, Steel Equities, will be used to assist in the construction and expansion of the company's facilities at 1650 Old Country Road in Plainview, where Cox has been located since moving from New York City 2008.
A convicted drug suspect who went into hiding for five years was arrested on Saturday afternoon in Barangay Plainview in Mandaluyong City.
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In this sweeping tale of America's late 19th-century oil rush, Daniel Plainview (Daniel Day-Lewis) is a simmering caldron of ambition and rage who pickaxes into the belly of the earth and wades through competitors, opponents, and bystanders like a human earthquake.
There Will Be Blood opens in 1898 with Daniel Plainview (Day-Lewis) digging into the warm earth, and almost meeting a horrific fate.
HE'S picked up most awards going, including a BAFTA, and I will be very surprised if Daniel Day-Lewis doesn't go home with an Oscar for his mesmerising portrayal of oilman Daniel Plainview.
Both Javier Bardem (supporting) and Daniel Day-Lewis (lead) received nominations, but in a face-off between their characters, would the bowling pin-wielding Plainview or Chigurh, he of the lethal cattle stunner, come out on top?
There Will Be Blood" is Oscar bait, particularly for the intense performance of Daniel Day-Lewis as Daniel Plainview, an oil wildcatter in early 20th-century California.