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The course of negotiations “was not unusual,” Keira Lombardo, Smithfield’s chief administrative officer, said in a statement.Hourly Workers Are Demanding Better Pay and Benefits—and Getting Them|Alana Semuels|July 22, 2021|Time
Windsor is one of just two incorporated towns in the 316-square-mile county, along with Smithfield to the north on a tributary of the James River.Hurting in Windsor: How a viral police pepper-spray incident has illuminated racial tensions in a small Virginia town|Gregory S. Schneider|April 15, 2021|Washington Post
The letter noted that OSHA had received complaints about JBS and Smithfield plants months before the agency conducted inspections.After Hundreds of Meatpacking Workers Died From COVID-19, Congress Wants Answers|by Bernice Yeung and Michael Grabell|February 4, 2021|ProPublica
But Smithfield, which recently agreed to be acquired by a Chinese company, has become controversial.Racism Is a Tough Sell: The Real Reason Everyone Dumped Paula Deen|Daniel Gross|June 28, 2013|DAILY BEAST
And then indeed he put on his night-gown, and went to Smithfield, the place where his relation dwelt.
Bago kep a shop in Smithfield market, and drov a taring good trade in the hoil and Italian way.Memoirs of Mr. Charles J. Yellowplush|William Makepeace Thackeray
A ravine comes down from the hills and forms the dividing line between the Bernard and Smithfield estates.The Boys of '61|Charles Carleton Coffin.
The original size of Smithfield was but three acres, but since 1834 it has been over six acres in extent.
The story of her cruel death amid the flames at Smithfield belongs rather to that bloody spot than to the Guildhall.