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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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Now 27, they spend their Saturdays selling the hemp dresses, shirts, pants and tops that Taber designs and makes.
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In the early 1990s, Taber was contacted by a contractor, Precision Machining Inc.
The trade-off is a much slower, more labor-intensive removal process," Taber said.
Overall, Taber said business had been picking up through 1992 largely because purchases of needed extra press units could often be made without the time-consuming corporate approval required for investments in new presslines.
Taber notes the strengths of this view and also its deep flaws, including the tendencies toward cultural relativism and opposition to introducing change.
Taber is also the author of Prentice-Hall's CRM best practices book, “Salesforce.
She was born in Boston a daughter of Harry and Lena (Miller) Taber and lived in Worcester her whole life.