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Astor

1. John Jacob, 1st Baron Astor of Hever. 1886--1971, British proprietor of The Times (1922--66)
2. Nancy (Witcher), Viscountess, original name Nancy Langhorne. 1879--1964, British Conservative politician, born in the US; the first woman to sit in the British House of Commons
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Regis hotel in New York City over a century ago by John Jacob Astor IV, the brand has remained committed to an uncompromising level of bespoke and anticipatory service for all of its guests, delivered flawlessly by signature St.
Astor Investment Management LLC ("Astor") is a registered investment adviser based in Chicago, IL.
Astor started Furnace MFG, which is now Furnace Record Pressing, in 1996, manufacturing DVDs and CDs in Fairfax County.
By combining economic analysis and dynamic ETF portfolio construction, Astor has helped its clients manage risk in various market environments for over a decade.
They asked for exclusive use of Astor Whisky and Lord Astor Whisky plus Glenbatrick Whisky and Corran River Whisky - both named after beautiful bays on the west of Jura.
We are excited for &pizza and Juice Generation to join the mix of health and wellness tenants at 740 Broadway and 10 Astor, respectively," said Vogel.
Several years later, and with audience numbers dwindling to as low as thirty on its worst nights, the Astor looked like it might not recover.
No charges stemmed from that, though Marshall and an Astor family lawyer, Francis X.
The GB and I teamof five will take on the top amateur players from Australia, Canada, New Zealand and South Africa at the Grange, Adelaide, from January 12 to 16, 2015 for the coveted Astor Trophy, formerly the Commonwealth Tournament.
Astor carefully made his plans and in 1810 dispatched two teams to install his trading emporium on the West Coast (it would be located at the mouth of the Columbia River, in present-day Oregon).
THE TOPIC: The surname Astor has been a staple on American social registers for 200 years, since New York fur trader John Jacob Astor, the clan's patriarch, established himself as the country's shrewdest fur trader and one of the wealthiest men on the planet.
John Jacob Astor (1763-1848) founded the first American settlement on the West Coast and later became the country's first millionaire.