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Horseshoe remains Maryland’s third-largest casino behind MGM National Harbor near Washington and Live Casino in Hanover.Developers hope new district will spur Baltimore tourism, boost casino|Hallie Miller|July 22, 2021|Washington Post
In another suit in February, SOME sued Hanover, its insurance company, seeking $30 million while claiming the company declined to pay for repairs when “serious impairment” was found in the Conway Center’s parking garage, forcing it to close.
When SOME reported the problems to Hanover, the insurance company refused to pay for emergency repairs, according to the suit, saying the cracks could be a design issue not covered by the policy.
In Hanover, where Fairfax and McClellan were the only gubernatorial candidates to stop by Sunday's rally, Pompano said he was impressed after finally seeing the state senator in person and scanning her record, clarifying who was who on his ballot.
He describes himself on a train platform in Hanover, spiteful and sexually frustrated, throwing coins on the floor.
Tomorrow they will be visiting ancestral royal palaces in Hanover.Beatrice and Eugenie - The Mini Princesses Take Berlin|Tom Sykes|January 17, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Together with his wife, Rebecca Hanover, Ethan offers “Flourless (But Not Carb-less) Chocolate Cake.”
And, at Hanover Square, there were no speeches, no barefoot sprint à la Michelle Obama.
The opposite side, belonging to Hanover, is as flat and monotonous as the other is beautiful.A Woman's Journey Round the World|Ida Pfeiffer
Having passed all the dangers, the ebb-tide very soon carried us out of the river into Hanover Bay.
The next morning (11th) we left Hanover Bay and steered out at the distance of a mile and a half from the western shore.
Cuxhaven, a fortified town of Hanover, taken by storm, by the boats of a British squadron.The Every Day Book of History and Chronology|Joel Munsell
Another considerable resource of popular appeal to the ministerial candidates was the alleged misdeeds of the new King of Hanover.The History of England in Three Volumes, Vol.III.|E. Farr and E. H. Nolan