Rutland


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a town in central Vermont

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The Rutland facility mainly makes jet engine blades and vanes and is expected to have a key role when the adaptive cycle engine enters production.
Nestling in the East Midlands countryside, Rutland topped Halifax's annual Rural Areas Quality of Life Survey, which takes residents' health and life expectancy, crime rates, weather, employment, school results, broadband access and personal wellbeing into account.
According to Rutland managing partner Paul Cartwright, the transaction represents a cash return of about 1.
But Judge Tony Briggs, sentencing at Teesside Crown Court yesterday, said Rutland had seriously abused the trust of the those who left the youngsters in his care.
Jailing Rutland for six years and eight months, Judge Gerald Clifton said: "Two young boys of 16 met their death at your hands when you were driving.
I would advise that there has always been a Rutland, but in the reorganisation of local government in the 1970s, the county of Rutland became part of Leicestershire.
Rutland Plastic, which operates an 80,000-square-foot plant in Pineville, makes inks used in the screen-printing industry and products used in automotive filtration.
Rutland skillfully weaves two tales--the story of a marriage and the racial shaking of American society during the latter half of the 20th century--brilliantly examining changes in women's roles and social mores, as the couple's lives are played out against a timeline of American history.
YET another huge rainbow trout from Rutland Water has swifty resolved the minor, if confusing, squabble over what really constitutes the reservoir's species record.
Jay Rutland, 21 - an old friend of the actress who plays Kat Slater - was told to leave his Deutsche Bank offices in London's Liverpool Street after we revealed how he had sold cocaine to undercover reporters.
David Moats's editorials in favor of civil unions cost the Rutland [Vt.
Fredrick Joseph Rutland worked for Japanese intelligence services while living in Britain and in Los Angeles and was paid around 3,000 pounds (in 1930s prices) per annum, according to the declassified documents.
Butler's Pantry, the sandwich production company based in Aldershot, Hants, have ordered two sandwich production systems from Rutland Handling Ltd, tel:0153 640 0433.
Rutland Trust, which backed the flotation of the business in 1991, increased its original offer from 40p per share.
THREE hundred yards from my home there is a five-barred gate leading into a field of wheat which runs down to the edge of Rutland Water.