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Buckeye

A small retail seller of cigars.
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Now it seems as if our whole house is filled with buckeyes.
Data is supplemented with details on Buckeye Partners, L.
Miller's nonuse of the Buckeye name allowed the local group to grab the trademark for use in Ohio.
Ohio boasts 11 national champion trees, but none are buckeyes, even though two buckeyes--the yellow and the 0hio--are native species.
One of the Buckeyes, side number 948, is the same plane once used by Truman's commanding officer, Captain Michael Groothousen, when he made his first carrier landing as a student pilot in March 1976.
As a result of the merger, Georgia-Pacific acquired all of the outstanding stock of Buckeye Technologies, including ownership of its five manufacturing facilities, global sales offices and headquarters.
We appreciate Buckeye Health Plan for putting together an informative, beneficial program for our students.
As an additional concern, Fitch notes that Buckeye has surplus capacity equal to approximately 32% (710 megawatts) of total power resources.
We are celebrating this growth with a new, updated logo and a slight change to simplify our name," Steve White, CEO of Buckeye, said.
By beating Pepperdine in last season's semifinals, the Buckeyes proved they were one of the nation's top teams.
19, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Sinclair Broadcast Group, the owner of WNWO-TV (NBC in Toledo, Ohio) announced today that retransmission consent negotiations with Buckeye Cable ("Buckeye") have ended without the parties reaching an agreement.
This acquisition was particularly attractive for several reasons," said Alan Mintz, President and Chief Executive Officer of Buckeye.