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Taber

(tā`bər), town (1991 pop. 6,660), S Alta., Canada, NE of Lethbridge. The area is irrigated for crop and livestock raising. The town has a sugar beet refinery and a vegetable cannery. Coal, oil, and natural gas are found nearby.
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Building those partnerships requires "a lot of listening and trying not only to wear the legal hat but also to wear the business hat," Taber said.
Although Taber is retiring, the NPS faculty and the ESTEP program in particular will continue to benefit from the years of productive collaboration and mutual learning.
"Timber Ridge Custom Homes LLC is knowingly deceiving the Oklahoma consumer by lying to them about the actual houses it claims to have built," said Taber in its complaint.
Ake and Taber have already included the Rollin Diner at fall festivals, local breweries, the Mattox Arena in Derby for Barrel Racing, vintage Market Days at Hartman Arena, fundraising events, and the farmers market since launching the food truck over the first weekend of September.
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In a letter to PRA chief executive Andrew Bailey, Mr Taber has called on the watchdog to review "disproportionate" requirements to boost the Co-op Bank's capital strength and the plan to resolve its shortfall.
The center also has hired Timothy Taber as its educational coordinator for exhibits.
Featuring the voices of James Arnold Taylor and Catherine Taber and original music by Steven Delopoulos, this clever film gives a taste of how animals are treated on factory farms--and how we can help by choosing more humane alternatives.
Born under an assumed name: The Memoir of a Cold War Spy's Daughter by Sara Mansfield Taber, Potomac Books Inc., ISBN13: 978-1597976985, 2012, 396 pp.
TABER Holidays (www.taberhols.co.uk) does escorted coach tours of the fjords but they're not cheap.
11th Ave., Suite A, open later this week, spokeswoman Jane Taber said Tuesday.
Perth, Jan 8(ANI): Two former Australian cricketers Brian Taber and Steve Rixon have backed beleaguered wicketkeeper Brad Haddin to overcome the slump in his career.