Make me laugh: With the comedy quartet, Raze
tells jokes such as this - he has two jobs, one as a veterinarian, the other as a taxidermist, and he's just paid for a new business sign: "Either way, you get your dog back.
Crowley said the town would pay up to two-and-a-half times more to raze
Mixter than a private buyer because the town would have to pay prevailing wage.
A developer had planned to raze
the house in order to build three homes.
Technologies was founded in June 2000 on the realization that DSL and cable modem services will never fully satisfy the broadband Internet access needs of residential, small office/home office and small- to medium-sized businesses.
The agreement with Raze
Technologies allows NTWS to add lifeline voice to create a complete package of services.
A source in the RDA said that the provincial government has ordered the RDA to raze
one illegal building on Church Road, three in Millat Colony, three at Sohan Ara on GT road, two in Gulzar-e-Quaid on Airport Road and one illegal building in Gulrez.
will initially employ these technologies on its SkyFire(TM), fixed wireless access system, which will deliver bundled carrier-class voice and broadband data to residential customers and small to mid-size businesses.
M/C/C has built an impressive reputation on its ability to develop and execute smart, progressive marketing programs for fast-growing communications companies like Raze
," said Nick Thomas, senior vice president of sales and marketing.
In response to limited broadband access in non-metropolitan areas, Raze
Technologies is developing a fixed wireless broadband system that will give carriers the ability to penetrate those markets and overcome the last mile issue.
17," said Jim Raze
, co-managing broker of Cronin & Caplan Realty Group, who emphasized, "there will be no change in the ownership or operation of the company, only the addition of some very impressive programs to assist our sales associates and their clients and customers.
He added, "Israeli occupation surprised us this morning of razing the land, and destroying the seedlings on claims it belongs to the property of the 'State of Israel', according to claims of the staff of the Israel's Civil Administration who oversaw the raze
Abdul Fattah Hmeidan, head of Kharas village council, told WAFA that soldiers and members from the so-called civil administration, an arm of the military government, raided an area west of the village and proceeded to raze
38 dunums of land, part of which was planted with olive trees.
Ahmad Sukkar, mayor of the village, told WAFA that an Israeli army force accompanied by bulldozers raided the village before proceeding to raze
a locally owned plot of land and uproot olive trees.
The city plans to raze
all of them eventually, along with other complexes to the east along avenues H-13 and H-14.
Witnesses said Israeli forces regularly raid and raze
land in that area and prevent residents from reaching their land.