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halter

a rope or canvas headgear for a horse, usually with a rope for leading
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The availability of rare federal new-market tax credits is the key to the plan, Halter and Lester explained earlier this month at a CEO roundtable discussion sponsored by Arkansas Business.
Bouchard, for our long-time customer, the Bouchard Family, said Bill Skinner, Chief Executive Officer, VT Halter Marine.
Your best chance for convincing your dog his head halter is a wonderful thing is to pair it with high-value treats from the very beginning (this is classical conditioning).
Even as he was designing movements for Jean- Francois Ruchonnet and Harry Winston, Halter dreamt about outer space and its exploration.
It's critical that we listen to our members to continuously find out what they want and where we can improve," said Hank Halter, the newly appointed president/CEO of Delta Community.
TRIXIE HALTER, $58; NICO SKIRT $58; ODETTE CAPRI $78
Senate primary, and in Arkansas' Democratic primary on the same day, incumbent Senator Blanche Lincoln failed to win a majority of the vote and will face Lieutenant Governor Bill Halter in a June 8 runoff.
Randy Halter, CFO for the Bellevue-based company, said Odom's current location at 3710 Chelan Highway in Olds Station, which the company leases, doesn't have the right mix of warehouse, office space and parking.
Reagan was not the first leader to connect games and sport to military skill, explains Village Voice film and literary critic Ed Halter in From Sun Tzu To X-Box, an interesting if unfocused survey of the history of playing at combat, an activity that has captivated men and boys since war and play were invented.
Try a halter if you are working on shoulder placement.
RIGHT: LUCKY BRAND's tie-dyed print halter bikini has a mini wrap skirt.