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lodestar

, loadstar
a star, esp the North Star, used in navigation or astronomy as a point of reference
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Lodestar President Brad Howell said: This is the perfect time to open both an NGL rail facility and an independent rail car storage facility due to the unprecedented growth in the energy and petrochemical markets.
For about seven months of the year, most of my time is spent working from my office at home - planning projects, writing funding bids and generally administrating for Lodestar.
The likes of Allied Media, Air France KLM, Lodestar Universal and Headlines Today put in their heart and soul to make sure that there was fierce competition on the field.
Lodestar directors Jeffrey Morgan (former executive chairman of Economy Power) and Noel Hufton, past group human resources director for Hyder Plc, are both Insead alumni.
Lodestar was cited and forced to shut down the section of the mine where the blasting occurred.
The Knoxville Utilities Board (KUB) is seeking proposals from interested companies for services to upgrade from LodeStar 4.
Max Rubin, who is the director and founder of Lodestar Theatre Company, said: "Through this event we want to show how Shakespeare can sit comfortably at the heart of risky, contemporary performance practice, and to celebrate the diversity of approach both here and nationally.
Organiser Lodestar Theatre Company has raised more than twice its record sum of financial support by increasing the community involvement element.
Tomorrow the headquarters of recruitment consultancy Lodestar hosts the first meeting of graduates from Insead, the graduate business school based at Fontainebleau, near Paris.
WAA503) WILLIAM GOLDSTEIN - LODESTAR INVESTMENT COUNSEL.