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Northland

1. the peninsula containing Norway and Sweden
2. (in Canada) the far north
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Northland DHB has taken a massive step towards genuine partnership with its consumers.
Being tasked with hiring Tom Renier's successor was an incredible responsibility for the Board, and we undertook it with the utmost care," stated Diane Rauschenfels, Chair of the Northland Foundation Board of Trustees.
It's a great new facility and we want our customers to enjoy their experience and it starts with a clean and comfortable depot," said Rebecca McGlynn, manager of marketing for Ontario Northland.
The contract complements previous project orders that were announced by Northland earlier this year.
Northland is still negotiating with interested parties to raise the $350m it needs to begin mining operations in 2012.
Northland is a property investment company that specializes in acquiring, developing and managing residential and commercial properties.
Northland Services experienced rapid growth and expansion in the mid-1990s, purchasing Yutana Barge Lines, Service Oil and Gas, and various smaller entities.
Traveling north to Wisconsin, Northland College is on the shores of Lake Superior.
Gottesdiener, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Northland Investment Corporation.
Ocean Spray and Northland also signed a 10-year agreement through which Ocean Spray will, for a fee, receive and convert into concentrate all of the cranberries produced by Northland and its contract growers.
RESULTS: NATIONAL LEAGUE: Glentoran Belfast United 6 Glenavon Ladies 0, Lisburn Distillery Predators 2 Ballymena All Stars 4, Northland Raiders 3 Fermanagh Ladies 2, Newtownabbey Strikers 0 Coleraine Ladies 1.
AS PRESIDENT AND CEO OF AT&T Latin America, Patricio Northland enthusiastically leads the company's broadband charge into the region.

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