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Vermont charity

An expression of sympathy, especially when more tangible assistance is needed. A: "I'm so sorry that you still have so much work left to do." B: "Don't give me Vermont charity—grab a paint brush, and help me out here!"
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Rod Baltzer, president of Waste Control Specialists, which operates the waste facility in Andrew County, Texas said the site has "plenty of capacity" for waste from the decommissioning of Vermont Yankee, which is due to be shut down in 2014.
Vermont Woods Studios has been offering American made furniture in Vermont and online for nearly 7 years.
In the present case, the district court first examined Vermont law to determine the respective legal interests in the contingency fee in question.
Why not let California and New York make as many gun laws as they want but not have them in Vermont and Wyoming and Montana?
Shumlin, a popular leader from Putney, a southern Vermont town of 2,600, earned the attention of a national Republican Party committee, which sought aggressively to unseat him.
Clearly, Vermont is the leader with 489 licensed captives.
4) For purposes of the BHC Act, the home state of Chittenden is Vermont, and Vermont Financial's subsidiary banks are located in Vermont, Massachusetts, and New Hampshire.
Taxpayers have a constitutional right to support only the churches and church schools of their choice, and the Vermont decision reaffirms that right.
They were pleased with the progress made the first year, during which the Vermont Division of Vocational Rehabilitation also applied for and received a demonstration grant from RSA entitled: "Vermont's Consumer Choice Demonstration Project.
But increasingly they are from other parts of the state, as Vermont becomes populated more by exiles from New York and other cities for whom brie cheese is more of a necessity than a 10-penny nail.
Skinner, University of Vermont insect pathologist Michael Brownbridge, and University of Vermont entomologist Bruce Parker are narrowing in on a strain of the fungus Verticillium lecanii similar to one commercially produced in Europe for use in greenhouses against whitefly, another pest.
While The Vermont Country Store will provide program funding, the Vermont Community Foundation will manage the process of accepting tax-deductible contributions to the fund, confidentially review and consider VCS employee applications, and make independent grant decisions and payments.
Of course, the catalyst for much of America's dialogue on same-sex marriage was the historic breakthrough in Vermont.
It's a 1957 John Deere, the last of the two-cylinder models, and just one of the many venerable pieces of agricultural equipment around the Adams Farm in southern Vermont, which has been under one family's ownership since 1865.
Regulatory provisions in states such as Vermont and Hawaii are making captive insurers a proposition that's too attractive to pass up, one risk manager said.