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firemark

firemark
In colonial America, a plaque, usually cast in lead and affixed to the façade of a house, indicating that the owner of the house had contributed money to the local volunteer fire department.
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BOSTON, April 27, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Celebrating America's firefighters for their bravery and commitment to fire safety, Liberty Mutual Insurance today announced recipients of its 2014 National Firemark Award.
From Tesco, a rather interesting Argentinian red the Tesco Firemark Tempranillo Bonarda is down from PS5.
were given a plaque or firemark to put on the wall of the house.
The Firemark Award for Heroism - about 50 to 75 are presented each year nationwide - was given to Lt.
BARONE of THE FIREMARK GROUP reviews the performance of the NON-LIFE INSURANCE industry, and examines recent changes that have impacted companies in that sector.
9 A strong argument along these lines has been advanced by Robert Hogue, FSA, in "Risk-Based Capital for Life and Health Insurance Companies," Firemark Insurance Perspectives, Parsippany, NJ, March 1992.
Mutual Assurance's firemark was a lead tree on a wooden shield -- hence the company's nickname, the Green Tree.
Morrissey, chairman and chief executive officer of The Firemark Group, an insurance investment and consulting firm based in Parsippany, New Jersey.
The first courses offered will include Copyright Law and Entertainment Law with Professor Robert Lind, Internet and E-Commerce Law with Professor Michael Scott, and Theater Law with Professor Gordon Firemark.
BOSTON, May 14, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Liberty Mutual Insurance, one of the nation's leading home and auto insurers, is today celebrating America's firefighters by announcing the recipients of its National Firemark Award.
Before that, he was managing director and a member of the executive committee of the Firemark Group in Morristown, N.