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“Rick Bayless is a chef and co-owner of Frontera Grill and Topolobampo.”
“The idea for the panel, said co-owner Margie Scott Tucker, came from a statement made by Alan Kaufman, novelist, memoirist, influential in the Spoken Word movement and editor of The Outlaw Bible of American Literature: "When I hear the term Kindle, I think not of imaginations fired but of crematoria lit.”
“John Stein, co-owner of Harbour Coffee in Williamsburg, Va., decided to drop the health insurance plan that covers his wife and their 7-year-old child after his carrier notified him in September that his $450 monthly premium for a high-deductible plan was going to increase more than 20%.”
“The club's co-owner Bill Spieler has since resigned and the other four employees have been "let go.”
“A co-owner of DC9 has resigned and four other employees have been let go, TBD. com reports.”
“Joe Englert, who owns a controlling share of DC9, testified Monday before the District's Alcoholic Beverage Control board that he had accepted the resignation of co-owner Bill Spieler, and that of Darryl Carter, Evan Preller, Arthur Zaloga, and Reginald Phillips had been "let go.”
“Mrs. Michelson, a Bethesda resident, was co-owner of Arrow Leading Corp. in Mount Rainier from the 1960s to 1980s.”
“(Soundbite of laughter) MARTIN: Stephanie Dickey is the co-owner and designer of the clothing line Stef-n-Ty, which recently relocated to Detroit.”
“Also with us, Stefanie Dickey, the co-owner and designer of a clothing line, Stef-n-Ty, which recently relocated to Detroit.”
“It doesn't matter how many names are on the US registration papers as long as the one person applying for the temporary vehicle import permit is at least listed as a co-owner and is qualified under Mexican law to obtain a temporary vehicle import permit.”
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