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Carteret,

borough (1990 pop. 19,025), Middlesex co., NE N.J., on Arthur Kill, opposite Staten Island; inc. 1906. It has oil and copper refineries and industries that produce steel and chemicals.

Carteret

John, 1st Earl Granville. 1690--1763, British statesman, diplomat, and orator who led the opposition to Walpole (1730--42), after whose fall he became a leading minister as secretary of state (1742--44)
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Cermak and select Cash Treasuries sourced in Carteret and distributed widely at the lowest known latencies.
Buro Happold has been appointed to provide integrated engineering services for La Mare de Carteret School in Guernsey.
De Carteret initially submitted information about Bottles For A Cause to Innovation Direct[TM] in September 2012 on the company's Confidential Product Outline.
Now at the end of 2010, and in the month that governments, representatives and environmental lobbyists reached a deal in Cancun to curb climate change, only two Carteret families have successfully relocated the 100 km (62 miles) to the "mainland"; the rest of the population remain on the islands, afraid of the encroaching seas.
It has also been estimated that by 2015, the Carteret Islands could be largely submerged and entirely uninhabitable.
Real Estate (CCIRE) exclusively represented the seller, New Carteret Associates, LLC, a New York City private investor who has owned the property since 1997.
The partnership will empower Carteret Mortgage's brokers to close more and higher-quality loans by showing borrowers how to efficiently raise their credit scores, according to Eric Weinstein, president of Carteret Mortgage.
During the Carteret Council meeting in late June, Zozzaro Bros.
Jersey island's director of marketing, David de Carteret, said that in awareness polls 95% of consumers named Jersey Royals when asked about new potatoes,while 60% had bought them in the most recent season.
JULIET Bravo actress Anna Carteret was in Stratford yesterday to decide which company will be the main sponsor this year's Royal Shakespeare Company Fringe Festival.
Prosecutor Robert De Carteret said Bandaki will be confined at Patton until he's well enough to stand trial on a murder charge.
And the historical and socioeconomic meaning of the Carteret family "name" and the Major's desire to "perpetuate" it are succinctly encapsulated some pages later; the Major, now the editor of the Morning Chronicle, is investing "part of his wife's patrimony" in an "enterprise" that promises "immense profits" - "profits which would enable his son, upon reaching manhood, to take a place in the world commensurate with the dignity of his ancestors, one of whom, only a few generations removed, had owned an estate of ninety thousand acres of land and six thousand slaves" (30).