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Now Texas possesses eleven towns within the prescribed conditions, which will further dispute the honor and create us new enemies, while Florida has only one.
Carroll's gambling nature rarely gets called hubris because the Trojans won 34 straight games, but this time it failed miserably, giving Texas (13-0) much-needed momentum.
Franchise tax: The Texas franchise tax is a "privilege tax" imposed on corporations and limited liability companies that either do business in Texas or are registered to do business there.
I share my pilgrimage with regard to HBCT to present and interpret my experience as an expected outcome of the unification agreement between the Mexican Baptist Convention of Texas (MBCT) and the Baptist General Convention of Texas (BGCT).
Once renowned for three main industries--cotton, cattle and crude--today's Texas boasts a diversified economy that ranges from the traditional oil and gas and real estate to electronics, high-tech, manufacturing, aerospace, communications, business services, utilities and railroads.
But less obviously, the two Texas presidents represent two entirely different Texas political traditions, entwined in conflict inside a single border and reflected in the differences between Johnson's hill country and Bush's Crawford.
Although the moratorium isn't based on its increasing mold claims, about 70% of all such claims in the United States for Farmers come from Texas.
At the scholarly end of the spectrum are two very strong studies drawn from the extensive interviews with ex-slaves in Texas accomplished under the auspices of the Works Progress Administration between 1937 and 1939.
Like many parts of the country, the State of Texas experienced a sharp increase in vehicle theft rates over the past decade.
The Texas state board has amended its accounting regulations in response to the growing number of CPAs who practice as employees of various types of business entities, rather than in CPA firms.
On April 20, 1992, Surety entered into non-binding letters of intent contemplating the purchase of 100 percent of the common stock of the Bank of East Texas and First State Bank, or a merger between Texas Bank and the other banks, with their respective bank holding companies receiving cash.
With the first anniversary of ADA, the ADA-Texas Team will celebrate the training of more than 270 trainers in Texas organizations and companies.
I thank the 2007 Texas Medal of Arts Awards honorees for enriching the lives of all Texans, and for enhancing the culture of our state.
It seems that although Texas fans run to souvenir shops to send home postcards that say ``Wish you were here,'' some Southern Californians have been delivering to the Longhorns a message of their own: Wish you were Cal.
The majority of the first Baptists headed for Texas opted to sail to Texas, and they landed at Galveston Island and often spent time in the city before making their way inland.
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