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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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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.
The Black Cats appear to be beating Arsenal and Lyon to Mendy's signature and Le Havre president Jean-Pierre Louvel said: "We've reached agreement with Sunderland for Mendy's transfer.
United have grown angry at the sustained assault by Le Havre, which came in the wake of a transfer ban imposed on Chelsea last week for a similar infringement of the rules.
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.
United said it will rigorously defend any complaint by Le Havre to Fifa, which last week banned Chelsea from signing any players until January 2011 for encouraging French striker Gael Kakuta to break his contract with Lens 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.
Norwegian fertilisers and chemicals group Yara International ASA (OSE:YAR) announced on Wednesday (25 February) that it has decided to resume production at its ammonia and urea plant in Le Havre, France.
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.
French line CMA CGM, which has its UK headquarters in the Port of Liverpool Building, will provide a weekly service from Seaforth to its main European hub at Le Havre.
Barnes reports strong opposition from both wealthy and working-class neighbourhoods in Le Havre to a proposed dispensary in their areas.
Like the uncertain fortunes of the coffee market itself, weather in Le Havre is an inescapable fact of life and one takes it in stride.