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Synonyms for Stetson

a hat made of felt with a creased crown

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As with previous divestitures, Alpha has been able to enter into agreements with third parties that have indicated a desire to restart these operations and re store many jobs to the local community," Stetson said.
03 January 2017 - US-based middle market private equity firm The Sterling Group has acquired US-based construction supply distributor Stetson Building Products, Inc.
Stetson (also a co-founder of the above-mentioned university, hence its name), the three-story, 17-room, 10,000-square-foot dwelling was designed in a Victorian Era "gingerbread house" motif.
To engage the prospective family upon arrival, Stetson uses social media during all events.
Stetson is equally at home in the avant jazz tradition of players who have pushed the boundaries of the instrument through circular breathing, embouchure, etc.
Stetson says, nor the half-dozen other helicopters that swooped in on a few hours' notice for the 5:15 p.
Longford Energy Incorporated (Longford) (TSX VENTURE: LFD), a junior Canadian oil and gas exploration and production company, has completed its previously announced sale of Canadian oil and gas properties to Stetson Oil and Gas Limited (Steston) (TSX VENTURE: SSN).
Bill Stetson performs these days goes much further than taking care of a local high school athlete who might have been referred to his Burbank office with a sore shoulder.
ENERGY RESOURCE-22 January 2009-First Wind Begins Operations at Maine's Stetson Wind Project(C)2009 JeraOne - http://www.
With executives increasingly reluctant to relocate for a new job, employers are being forced to become more proactive and creative in their efforts to persuade top talent to move, according to Salveson Stetson Group, an executive search firm in Radnor, Pa.
has announced that pro football star quarterback Tom Brady will be the new face of Stetson fragrance.
Florida's First Law School: A History of Stetson University College of Law By Michael I.
Stetson is a close ally of Charles Colson, the former Watergate figure who turned evangelical activist.