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Penn

1. Irving. born 1917, US photographer, noted for his portraits and his innovations in colour photography
2. William. 1644--1718, English Quaker and founder of Pennsylvania
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Not only have tenants been renewing at 5 Penn Plaza, but new tenants are now calling this building home.
1) William Evander Penn was born August 11, 1832, near the village of Old Jefferson in Rutherford County, Tennessee.
But mystery isn't really the key to Penn & Teller.
In 2001 Penn said of the same sessions, "It was a kind of love affair.
The agreement, parts of which extend for 10 years, will generate $10 million in new funds and significant cost-savings for the University, its students, faculty and alumni, while establishing Penn State as a showcase for linking far-flung campuses on an easy-to-use voice, data and video network.
Penn Octane is engaged in energy services, including the purchase and sale of gasoline and diesel fuel.
But even against a Penn State team that the returns only two full-time starters on defense, USC is the underdog.
John Gerver, head of Penn Station Development Corp, and Christopher McGready, Skidmore Owings & Merrill.
Penn Treaty anticipates it will release its 2005 year-end Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) by March 15, 2007.
Penn, older brother of actor Sean Penn, is perhaps still best-known for his song ``No Myth,'' which earned him a best new artist trophy from MTV in 1990 and landed at No.
P&C") and Big Bear Stores Company ("Big Bear") into Penn Traffic and the retirement of certain debt bearing interest at rates ranging from 12-3/4 percent to 13-3/4 percent per annum.
It is available with Penn Mutual's Penn Freedom, Pennant Select and Enhanced Credit Variable Annuities for an additional current annual charge of 0.