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Wimpy

sloppily dressed comic strip character; always “forgets” to pay for hamburgers. [Comics: “Popeye” in Horn, 657–658]
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Taylor Wimpey shares were trading 1.0% higher on Wednesday morning in London at 161.70 pence each.
"With a range of homes to suit all house hunters, the advantages of purchasing a new-build from Taylor Wimpey is easy to see.
"It's great that Taylor Wimpey understands the importance of our children's safety, and have created such an interactive and proactive approach to appeal to our pupils."
Marilyn Boyd, community fundraiser for Alzheimer Scotland, added: "We are delighted to have been part of Taylor Wimpey's community charity campaign and it's a lovely boost to receive PS500.
Dave added: "Taylor Wimpey have been a fantastic support to the club over the last few years and I know I speak for all of us when I extend a massive thank you to Taylor Wimpey."
Since then, Taylor Wimpey has built 20 plots and will have another 10 completed by the end of this year.
At Taylor Wimpey, we look for employees with integrity who are able to provide an uncompromising focus on the customers needs.
Lynne Vogel, regional sales manager for Taylor Wimpey North West, says: "We're delighted that Andrew and Tracy were able to purchase their new home using NewBuy.
For those wanting a home but who need help getting onto the property ladder, Taylor Wimpey is offering the Gover nment funded FirstBuy** scheme.
The transaction involves the company's units Taylor Woodrow Holdings (USA) Inc and Taylor Wimpey Holdings in Canada.
For existing home owners who want to speed up the process of getting out of their old house and into their new home, Taylor Wimpey is offering a cash buying scheme.
The firm's team advising Taylor Wimpey will be made up of David Gordon, the head of environment at the Edmund Street firm, and lawyers Anita Lloyd and Caroline Almond.