College Park


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College Park

College Park. 1 City (2020 pop. 15,053), Clayton and Fulton counties, NW Ga., a residential suburb of Atlanta; inc. 1891. Georgia Military Academy (1900) is there. 2 City (2020 pop. 34,740), Prince Georges co., W central Md., a residential suburb of Washington, D.C.; settled 1745, inc. 1945. It is the seat of the Univ. of Maryland, the Maryland Agricultural Experiment Station (1887), and the Archives II building (1994) of the National Archives. The city's economy is centered on the university, research institutions, and electronics plants.
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And with the exception of a solitary man, no one saw them arrive at the little flag station known as College Park. This man talked with Manuel, and money chinked between them.
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Japan-based Takeda announced Monday the acquisition of the B Positive College Park Plasma Collection Center in Riverdale Park, which will become part of Takeda's BioLife Plasma Services organization.
The city of College Park has sold 4.1 acres of land to BMW of North America, a subsidiary of BMW AG (Xetra: BMW), on the campus of the Georgia International Convention Center.
College Park Properties LLC, a Salem-based limited liability corporation formed in December, acquired about 624 acres immediately south of the college from the Eugene firm Arlie & Co., according to a deed filed last week with the Lane County Clerk's Office.
The tree at College Park, Bangor, was blown onto the road as gale force winds hit on January 9.
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Arlington, TX, February 16, 2012 --(PR.com)-- The University of Texas at Arlington is celebrating the opening of College Park Center, its new $78 million, 7,000-seat, on-campus special events center, with a series of events worthy of a world-class institution of higher learning.
Prior to his professional retirement, Dorsey was a professor of economics at the University of Maryland, College Park. He has served as vice chancellor of University of Maryland, College Park and chancellor of the University of Maryland, Baltimore County.
With management responsibility for the 11-building College Park at Princeton Forrestal Center and the 3-building Southgate Corporate Center in Morristown, NBP must keep its finger on the pulse of dozens of tenant firms who are confronting the present economic melt down.

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