National City Branches

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Film Festival - Significant or Notable Festivals
... the largest film festival in the USA, regularly showing over 400 films in a month across the city ... Austin Film Festival, Austin's South by Southwest, New York City's Tribeca Film Festival and Slamdance Film Festival are all considered significant festivals for independent film ... The Huelva Ibero-American Film Festival has been held since 1975 in that Spanish city ...
Korean War - Course of The War - China Intervenes (October – December 1950)
... diplomats, China warned that in safeguarding Chinese national security, they would intervene against the UN Command in Korea ... Chinese claimed that US bombers had violated PRC national airspace while en route to bomb North Korea before China intervened ... Charlie Company, 70th Tank Battalion captured Namchonjam city ...
First Niagara Bank - 21st Century Growth - National City
... On April 7, 2009, First Niagara agreed to buy 57 National City branches in Western Pennsylvania from PNC Financial Services and officially took over those branches on ... PNC, which had acquired National City in late 2008 with money from the $700 billion bailout plan after National City suffered losses in the subprime mortgage crisis, was required by the United States ... Huntington Bancshares, and FNB Corporation for the branches ...

Famous quotes containing the words branches, national and/or city:

    Go to the adolescent who are smothered in family—
    Oh how hideous it is
    To see three generations of one house gathered together!
    It is like an old tree with shoots,
    And with some branches rotted and falling.
    Ezra Pound (1885–1972)

    The national distrust of the contemplative temperament arises less from an innate Philistinism than from a suspicion of anything that cannot be counted, stuffed, framed or mounted over the fireplace in the den.
    Lewis H. Lapham (b. 1935)

    There is a time of life somewhere between the sullen fugues of adolescence and the retrenchments of middle age when human nature becomes so absolutely absorbing one wants to be in the city constantly, even at the height of summer.
    Edward Hoagland (b. 1932)