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  • Connaught had already subcontracted out waste and recycling collections to another company called Verdant so one scenario is that an agreement could be reached between the council and them to continue that service.

    EDP24 News

  • This month, it gave birth to a new magazine called "Verdant" from the Latin word for green.

    CNN Transcript Apr 23, 2007

  • David Mead spent years developing his musical voice while playing with pop bands such as Verdant Green, Blue Million and a group called Joe, Marc's Brother.

    NPR Topics: News

  • Now Verdant wants to take the next step and build the nation's first grid-tied, full-scale tidal power plant.

    Peter Hanlon: Tidal Power Rolls Into New York

  • Verdant plains of grass rolled away as far as my eyes could see.

    Best of Chatterbox: Move, Moyles and man nights

  • On Nov. 29, Christie's Hong Kong will offer his 1967 "Verdant Mountains and Layered Peaks After Rain," priced at $2.5 million or more.

    The China Factor

  • - CFC center in Las Pinas City is accepting donations. it is near Verdant and in front of the construction of SM Center Las Pinas.

    Archive 2009-09-01

  • While Verdant may be the first tidal project to gain approval, there is momentum building behind the wave and tidal power industry overall.

    Peter Hanlon: Hydrokinetic Power: The Next Wave in Renewable Energy?

  • Two weeks ago, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission awarded the first commercial license for tidal power in the United States to Verdant Power.

    Peter Hanlon: Hydrokinetic Power: The Next Wave in Renewable Energy?

  • Verdant courses require more mowing, more chemicals to prevent weeds and disease, more general tweaking and fluffing and more days of those dreaded words: "cart path only."

    Is Brown the New Green?

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