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Havre

(hăv`ər), city (1990 pop. 10,201), seat of Hill co., N Mont., on the Milk River; inc. 1892. Founded in 1887 with the coming of the railroad, it is a processing and shipping center for a livestock and wheat region. Agricultural equipment is manufactured, and there are gas and oil fields nearby. The Milk River reclamation project serves the area. A branch of Montana State Univ. is in the city.
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Initial reports suggested Cardiff made contact with Le Havre at the end of July when Neil Warnock was keen on reinforcing his attacking options ahead of the new Championship season.
That result leaves Dijon top of the pile on goal difference and they would love to open up a three-point gap with a victory over sixth-placed Le Havre.
In a statement last night the club said: "Manchester United have today written to Le Havre AC to put it on notice that action will be taken if such allegations are repeated.
Le Havre's president Jean-Pierre Louvel has claimed the Red Devils offered 16-year-old midfielder Paul Pogba's parents cash and a house to join them.
And they will this week ask FIFA to intervene and force Le Havre and the French FA to release Pogba's international clearance papers.
"The decision to stop production temporarily is related to the current situation in the European gas market, where the impact of high oil prices and thus high gas prices, has weakened the competitive position of smaller European plants like Le Havre," Yara International said.
Helen was born March 21, 1910, in Havre. She was raised and educated in Havre and attended Sacred Heart School of Nursing where she completed her registered nurses training.
"Charles was playing with Le Havre on an apprentice contract," explained a club spokesman last night.
(1.) 'Perret, la poetique du beton, 1900-1954' al the Musee Malraux La Havre; every day (except Tuesdays and public holidays) until 6 January 2003.
Barnes reports strong opposition from both wealthy and working-class neighbourhoods in Le Havre to a proposed dispensary in their areas.
As for trading, little has apparently changed in recent months in Le Havre. The sense of rivalry with Paris persists.