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Goldsboro,

city (1990 pop. 40,709), seat of Wayne co., E central N.C.; inc. 1847. Goldsboro is a marketplace for bright-leaf tobacco and a shipping center for timber. Cotton, peanuts, grain, and livestock are also produced. Textiles and apparel, transportation equipment, and machinery are manufactured. A branch of East Carolina Univ. is there, and Seymour-Johnson Air Force Base is nearby.
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documents, published a report confirming just how close the bombs in the Goldsboro Incident came to exploding.
Mr Goldsboro moved to the UK from his home in Ballingarry, Co Tipperary, in the 1950s.
US communications company AT&T Inc (NYSE: T) announced on Tuesday (30 September) that the company has officially opened a new call centre in Goldsboro, Eastern North Carolina, USA.
For example, if a higher proportion of the missing children were from Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, which is annexed to the city of Goldsboro and which receives water from the Goldsboro Water System, this could have overestimated the effect of switching to chloramine if the missing children had lower blood lead levels.
The scientists compared data from before and after Goldsboro switched from chlorine to chloramine disinfection.
of Goldsboro, NC, is being used to prepare 42 different reports on a daily, weekly, semi-monthly, monthly, quarterly, semi-annual and annual basis.
The company's rug distribution operations will be consolidated into Ex-Cell's facility in Goldsboro, N.
The remaining licenses will be used to expand the company's footprint into new markets, including Wilmington, Greenville, Rocky Mount, Roanoke Rapids, Goldsboro, New Bern and Jacksonville.
Engineering group Invensys has agreed to sell APV Baker Goldsboro, its North Carolina bread and bun equipment operation, to Turkington Industries for over pounds 5.
Another good cod of 11lb 10oz was taken by James Moor who fished Goldsboro and William Atkinson had a cod of 7lb 9oz from Whitby.