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Naperville

(nā`pərvĭl), city (1990 pop. 85,351), Du Page co., NE Ill., on the Du Page River, in a farm area; settled 1831–32, inc. as a city 1890. It is a major office and corporate center that grew markedly in the late 20th cent. Manufactures include metal, food, paper, and plastic products; electrical equipment; machinery; and medical supplies. Naperville is the seat of North Central College.
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Wu, a resident of Naperville, Illinois, studies piano with Emilio del Rosario.
I've been waiting for an opportunity to expand the company," notes artistic director Paul Abrahamson, who is currently on the faculty of Lou Conte Dance Studio and has served as the program director for the School of Performing Arts in Naperville, Illinois.
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In the new role, Mullaney will focus on developing commercial business relationships, working from CIBM Bank's loan production office in Naperville, Illinois.
Its corporate headquarters and largest research center are located in Naperville, Illinois with regional operations in Europe, the Pacific Rim and Latin America.
It targets "the high intermediate dancer, who is ready to approach a different style of dance; the teacher, who is looking for a new angle"; and eligible college students, who may earn three credit hours through Northeastern Illinois University, says FAHT co-director Paul Abrahamson, director of ballet at the School of Performing Arts in Naperville, Illinois, as well as the director of the Moose Project.
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A federally chartered lender, Mutual Federal Bank presently operates a branch in Naperville, Illinois, under the name Great American Bank.
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