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*******SupremeMasterTV**** – PLANET EARTH:OUR LOVING HOME Meat: How Your Money is Paying for Planetary Disaster. Episode: 1693, Air Date: 4 May 2011. Script Greetings, insightful viewers, and welcome to Planet Earth: Our Loving Home. This week we examine the wasteful taxpayer-funded subsidies given to the livestock industry. We'll also look at the efforts to tax animal products to lower consumption and help reduce global warming, revive Earth's eco-systems and enhance public health. The onset of the Industrial Age in the early 1800s brought about major changes in human activities in areas such as manufacturing, mining, transportation, and agriculture. And over the last 50 years, especially in developed countries, consumption of animal-based foods; namely, meat, fish, eggs and dairy products has been on the rise. Specifically, back in 1950 world meat consumption was 47-million tons and by 2005 it had risen to an incredible 260-million tons, or over five-times the 1950 amount. During that same period the human population had only doubled. Today animal-based foods are typically inexpensive. In fact, relative to production costs, in many cases animal products cost even less than plant-based foods, whose production cycle consumes very little of our planet's resources. How can this be? LIVESTOCK SUBSIDIES Governments worldwide provide the animal agriculture industries direct and indirect funding that enables consumers to buy their Earth-destroying products at low cost. In other words, we the taxpayers, whether we approve or not, whether we are vegans or not, are paying for the enormous subsidies that sustain an industry renowned for its enslavement and cruel treatment of land and marine animals and is primarily responsible for climate change, enormous environmental degradation, loss of biodiversity, oceanic dead zones and ill health in humans. In the European Union, for example, direct subsidies are given to farmers raising a certain type of land or sea animal or producing a particular animal product, and to farmers producing animal feed. Then there are market interventions, which include financial aid for those exporting a given animal product outside the European Union, buying and storing surplus supplies of an animal product at a specific price so that the producer is guaranteed a certain profit, and marketing of animal products to increase sales. As the Nutrition Ecology International Center, an interdisciplinary scientific committee established with the purpose of investigating the impact of all stages and methods of food production and consumption, points out what's even more astonishing and incredibly illogical is that when zoonotic disease outbreaks occur, such as mad cow disease, avian influenza or swine flu, and a government heartlessly orders thousands to millions of possibly infected animals killed, livestock farmers often receive compensation from the government even though these illnesses have arisen due to intensive farming practices. In recent years, Swedish Parliament member Jens Holm has been active at the political level promoting the message of dietary change to reduce environmental devastation and climate change. In 2007, while a Member of the European Parliament, he co-wrote the report, “The livestock industry and climate - EU makes bad worse.” In the report Mr. Holm and Dr. Toivo Jokkala investigated how increases in meat consumption affect climate change, and the role of the European Union in this process. They concluded by presenting the following specific demands that can be carried out on both the European Union and national levels: “Abolish meat subsidies, let meat bear its own environmental costs and work to make modern vegetarian food cheaper.” The report also discussed the subsidies and other market intervention measures designed to benefit the livestock industry in the 2007 European Union budget - an amount totaling approximately €3.5-billion. In November 2010, Jens Holm and Sweden's Left Party submitted a bill to the Swedish Parliament calling for action to reduce national meat consumption. Leaders Preserving Our Future: Pace and Priorities on Climate Change Jens Holm: In the Swedish Parliament, my party, the Left Party, released a bill just a couple of weeks ago, which is called, “Reduction of Meat Consumption Bill,” and that consists of a few important factors. The first is that we set up a reduction target of meat consumption. We would like to reduce the Swedish consumption of meat, with at least 25%, by 2020. This is a very, very modest reduction, I have to acknowledge, but there is a lot of negotiations behind this target. But it is, at least, a reduction target. And you should bear in mind that in Sweden and in the whole world, meat consumption is increasing. So for the first time ever, we could have a curve where it's decreasing. We need an action plan to reduce meat consumption. That action plan needs, of course, to include the phase out of the subsidies to the meat industry. TAX ON MEAT AND DAIRY Jens Holm: It could also include taxing meat. Personally, I think this is probably the most effective tool, if we put a price on what pollutes. Well, we do that in a lot of other aspects, but we don't do it with meat. In Sweden, we have huge taxes on cigarettes and alcohol, for instance - that is because we want the people to consume less of alcohol and tobacco, and I think that's excellent. But why don't we do the same with meat? If we do that with meat, I think it's important to use the money we raise from this meat tax, in order to subsidize, cut the VAT, for instance, on vegetables. So normal households, they should not be punished by such a tax. HOST: In 2007 the Dutch Bureau for Economic Policy Analysis advocated a tax on meat in the Netherlands and projected that such a tax would decrease the nation's meat consumption by two-thirds. Dr. Jan Terlouw, the former deputy prime minister of the Netherlands, spoke with our Supreme Master Television correspondent about his thoughts on taxing meat. Jan: When you look how we keep animals, just to be able to eat them, how we give them no life, totally removed from what is natural to such an animal, that is certainly a reason to say, “That is not the way!” On top of that is eating meat -- when it concerns energy use and in general the use of the Earth - is tremendously more expensive and worse than eating grains or fruit, etc. If you would introduce a consumer tax on meat, then it will repress meat eating. And I am an advocate for that, for reasons which I mentioned. Supreme Master TV: I quote the article by you and Hans Baaij: “Meat is not a primary necessity, but decreasing the consumption of it is indeed a basic necessity.” What is your argument to establish taxes? Would it have an effect? Jan: How much effect it has you never know. But we see that governments have taxes on alcohol, taxes on tobacco, mainly to discourage the use of it, to reduce it. Something similar also applies for meat. There are many more people in our prosperous countries who are too overweight rather than too thin. There are many more people who get sick because of obesity - by eating too much and too heavy or too fatty foods and eating too much protein - than people who are skinny because of lacking nutrients. So there's every reason to put that under the microscope. And if you would note that eating a lot of meat is definitely not healthy, why would you then not use the same means that are being used for alcohol and tobacco to discourage this? So I find taxing meat, that can be possible and besides, under European (Union) laws there are already restrictions for many things, but you are allowed as a country to charge taxes. So I am in favor to do so. HOST: Hans Baaij, Director of Pigs in Peril and Animals and Rights and a lawyer from the Netherlands, now discusses the artificially low prices for animal products. Hans: In general, the animals have a bad life. And it costs a lot of water, it costs a lot of space and people eat much too much meat. You can diminish that by making meat more expensive. Meat is much too cheap. So if you look, for instance, at chicken meat since 1960, it has become seven times cheaper. Pork meat has become two-and-a-half times cheaper, while we ourselves have become much richer since 1960. So meat costs compared with earlier days are ridiculously small. The advantage of taxes is that The Netherlands can impose them unilaterally. So you are not dependent on the European Union. The advantage is that it is very easy to control. It is a simple way to levy. And if you for instance make it one euro per kilogram, then we have calculated, it yields one and half billion (euros) per year. The European Union gives a lot of money for advertising (of meat). So what they actually promote is again, more meat consumption, while we have seen how bad it is for the environment, bad for the animals, and people eat much too much meat. So this is absurd, wasted money. HOST: To recap, when calculating the bill for animal products, the tab is long: Earth's gifts of sweet water, fertile soil, and pure air are utterly befouled, animals are systematically exploited and abused, climate change is accelerated as producing and consuming animal foods is the largest source of human-induced greenhouse gas emissions on the planet, and healthcare costs continually rise from people eating artery-clogging meat, dairy, and eggs. To save our planet is this critical hour, not only must all governments remove subsidies and economic incentives promoting animal products, those funds should be redirected to encourage eco-friendly occupations such as organic vegan farming. In turn there will be a rise in demand for plant-based foods, creating jobs in other food sectors that are truly kind to our Earth and animal co-inhabitants. One way to enact such reforms is citizen action. HOST: On many occasions, Supreme Master Ching Hai has encouraged people all over the world to contact their government representatives to inform them about the benefits of the vegan lifestyle so that these leaders are aware that a switch to animal-free foods is the quickest way to stop climate change and that society wants their help in making this transition a reality right away. Supreme Master Ching Hai: We need all the help from the government. We need you also to write letters to your government or any government that you think fit, any government at all. Everybody please write. The government leaders and media can be most powerful and helpful in spreading the message to the most people about saving the planet through being vegetarian. The government leaders need our faith and encouragement more, because we really need their leadership to bring about wide-scale change. HOST: May a beautiful and peaceful vegan planet soon come to pass through the enlightened leadership of governments across our world. For more information about Jens Holm's bill to reduce meat consumption, please visit: www.JensHolm.se/2010/11/03/reduction-of-meat-consumption-bill/
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Bankruptcy Lawyers Provo Utah. Visit *******www.provoutahbankruptcylawyers****/ for more information about filing bankruptcy in Provo, UT. In this video, Corey discusses what are the assets you can keep in a bankruptcy. For more bankruptcy help, visit *******www.provoutahbankruptcylawyers****/ Provo Bankruptcy Questions and Answers What assets can I keep? If you’re wondering what assets you’re going to be able to keep in a Chapter 7 bankruptcy or even a Chapter 13 I’m going to tell you the long and the short answer. The short answer is I don’t know, it depends. The long answer is there’s a whole set of rules built into the bankruptcy code of what you can and can’t keep. Let me give you the basics because these are the ones people are most concerned about: cars, houses, and basic necessities. I think it’s pretty common sense that if you have an original Mona Lisa or signed copy of the Declaration of Independence then that’s going to be a problem because you have a very valuable asset and you’re saying “hey I don’t have anything of value, I’m not able to pay my debts”. Clearly it wouldn’t be true. But most people don’t have those types of things lying around and what they’re most concerned about is “am I going to lose my car? Am I going to lose my house?” Sometimes people say “oh I think I’m going to lose everything, they’re going to come in and confiscate my clothes”. Let me put that fear to rest for you. First of all there are things built into the law called “exemptions” and they’re just basically a way for all of us to say even if we’re going through bankruptcy, even if we need that protection that built into the law and the constitution, it doesn’t really make sense for us to just pull the rug out from under people and leave them destitute with nothing so we give them an allowance – so to speak – for the basics. Nobody takes your clothes, nobody takes your bed, nobody takes your furniture. You’re allowed to have the stuff that you have within reason. If you have a normal television they’re not going to come in and take your television. If you have a 120 inch plasma hanging on the wall you might have a problem. Cars. You’re allowed a certain amount of dollar value in equity. That’s important. You want to pay attention to the part where I said equity because what they don’t pay attention to is if that equity is eaten up by debt. If you have a $20,000 car and you owe $20,000 it doesn’t matter. They don’t want it. They’re not going to come in and take it. If you have a $20,000 car and no debt then the exemption you’re given for a car in your particular area is not going to be enough most likely to cover that entire amount of equity. So you want to speak to your lawyer about how to approach that situation because there are ways to make absolutely sure that you don’t lose that vehicle even if it’s not fully exempted. And then of course your house. That’s the big big big one that everybody wants to know about. Well there’s also an exemption built in in every state for houses. What it’s called is the homestead exemption and it varies from state to state. Now you have states like Florida –for example– where it’s unlimited. And you have guys like O.J. –who filed bankruptcy– and they were able to keep these big million dollar houses and protect them because in Florida it’s an unlimited homestead. You have states like here in Utah where the homestead is $20,000 per spouse. So you can protect, if you’re married, up to $40,000 of equity in a home. Now let’s go through a worst case scenario. Let’s say you have $80,000 worth of equity in a home so you’re worried that you might lose your house because you have this equity built up. But at the same time circumstances have changed and you’re having trouble paying your bills – not a problem. That’s why we invented Chapter 13s. It allows you to protect that equity and say “hey I understand there’s equity there so what we want to do is make some kind of arrangement where we can pay our bills on time and make sure everybody is taken care of but make sure that we don’t lose the equity in our house”. So if you have that issue –if you’re worried about equity– first call a lawyer who does this for a living, who is a bankruptcy expert. Talk to them about it and just share your concern because here’s the thing, this is where most people run into problems, they think that something is going to go wrong so then in their mind it already did. Then what ends up happening is they choose to do nothing, they don’t take action, they sit and wait, they bury their head in the sand and then the thing they feared the most come true because they didn’t take action. The house ends up in foreclosure or the car gets repossessed or they start getting slammed with judgments or garnishments and then it really is a worst case scenario.
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Brigham City Bankruptcy Attorney. Visit *******www.BankruptcyLawyersBrighamCityUtah****/ or call us at (435) 565-4857 for more information about filing bankruptcy in Brigham City, UT. In this video, Corey discusses what are the assets that you can keep when you file a bankruptcy. For more bankruptcy help, visit *******www.BankruptcyLawyersBrighamCityUtah****/ Brigham City Bankruptcy Questions and Answers What assets can I keep? If you’re wondering what assets you’re going to be able to keep in a Chapter 7 bankruptcy or even a Chapter 13 I’m going to tell you the long and the short answer. The short answer is I don’t know, it depends. The long answer is there’s a whole set of rules built into the bankruptcy code of what you can and can’t keep. Let me give you the basics because these are the ones people are most concerned about: cars, houses, and basic necessities. I think it’s pretty common sense that if you have an original Mona Lisa or signed copy of the Declaration of Independence then that’s going to be a problem because you have a very valuable asset and you’re saying “hey I don’t have anything of value, I’m not able to pay my debts”. Clearly it wouldn’t be true. But most people don’t have those types of things lying around and what they’re most concerned about is “am I going to lose my car? Am I going to lose my house?” Sometimes people say “oh I think I’m going to lose everything, they’re going to come in and confiscate my clothes”. Let me put that fear to rest for you. First of all there are things built into the law called “exemptions” and they’re just basically a way for all of us to say even if we’re going through bankruptcy, even if we need that protection that built into the law and the constitution, it doesn’t really make sense for us to just pull the rug out from under people and leave them destitute with nothing so we give them an allowance – so to speak – for the basics. Nobody takes your clothes, nobody takes your bed, nobody takes your furniture. You’re allowed to have the stuff that you have within reason. If you have a normal television they’re not going to come in and take your television. If you have a 120 inch plasma hanging on the wall you might have a problem. Cars. You’re allowed a certain amount of dollar value in equity. That’s important. You want to pay attention to the part where I said equity because what they don’t pay attention to is if that equity is eaten up by debt. If you have a $20,000 car and you owe $20,000 it doesn’t matter. They don’t want it. They’re not going to come in and take it. If you have a $20,000 car and no debt then the exemption you’re given for a car in your particular area is not going to be enough most likely to cover that entire amount of equity. So you want to speak to your lawyer about how to approach that situation because there are ways to make absolutely sure that you don’t lose that vehicle even if it’s not fully exempted. And then of course your house. That’s the big big big one that everybody wants to know about. Well there’s also an exemption built in in every state for houses. What it’s called is the homestead exemption and it varies from state to state. Now you have states like Florida –for example– where it’s unlimited. And you have guys like O.J. –who filed bankruptcy– and they were able to keep these big million dollar houses and protect them because in Florida it’s an unlimited homestead. You have states like here in Utah where the homestead is $20,000 per spouse. So you can protect, if you’re married, up to $40,000 of equity in a home. Now let’s go through a worst case scenario. Let’s say you have $80,000 worth of equity in a home so you’re worried that you might lose your house because you have this equity built up. But at the same time circumstances have changed and you’re having trouble paying your bills – not a problem. That’s why we invented Chapter 13s. It allows you to protect that equity and say “hey I understand there’s equity there so what we want to do is make some kind of arrangement where we can pay our bills on time and make sure everybody is taken care of but make sure that we don’t lose the equity in our house”. So if you have that issue –if you’re worried about equity– first call a lawyer who does this for a living, who is a bankruptcy expert. Talk to them about it and just share your concern because here’s the thing, this is where most people run into problems, they think that something is going to go wrong so then in their mind it already did. Then what ends up happening is they choose to do nothing, they don’t take action, they sit and wait, they bury their head in the sand and then the thing they feared the most come true because they didn’t take action. The house ends up in foreclosure or the car gets repossessed or they start getting slammed with judgments or garnishments and then it really is a worst case scenario. So the worst thing you can do if you’re facing some of these things –or if you see them coming, you have a little bit of foresight, you know what’s happening and you know 6 months from now that might be the place you’re at– talk to somebody now. If you call up a bankruptcy lawyer is doesn’t mean you did it. If doesn’t mean you actually filed bankruptcy. There’s no effect on you or your credit whatsoever. I know it sounds silly for me to tell you that but nevertheless this is what most people end up doing, they ignore it, it gets worse, and then there’s a big problem. So talk to somebody now, even if you think it’s presumptuous or too early.
28 Aug 2011
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Plumbers specialize in the installation and maintenance of water systems. Like electricians, they are required to obtain a license from a trade or vocational school and have a background in various aspects of industrial, domestic, and communal pipe work, water heating (steam- and gas- fitters), water treatment (such as water cleaning and purification), drainage, sewer networking, dynamics of water flow, water storage, temperature adjustment, and dangers of water hazards. Plumbers get their name from the Latin Plumbum, for 'lead' ,since the ancient Romans used pipes made from lead. The term therefore refers to the metallic element out of which their main building material is made. Interestingly, Einstein, the father of modern mathematics, admired the plumber: If I would be a young man again and had to decide how to make my living, I would not try to become a scientist or scholar or teacher. I would rather choose to be a plumber in the hope to find that modest degree of independence still available under present circumstances. - Albert Einstein, The Reporter, 18 November 1954 Not too long after this remark was published, Einstein was granted an honorary membership into the Plumbers and Steamfitters Union, A.F.L., in Washington D.C., which made the genius, in effect, a plumber. The new title pleased Einstein, although he supposedly wasn't looking for or expecting praise. When it comes to solving the great mathematical puzzles of the universe, Einstein would have been the first to be considered. Who would have known that he would be the person to call to straighten out the water pipes, too? Plumbers are unsung heroes. These tradesmen and women work hard at very demanding jobs and have crucial knowledge and understanding regarding that basic necessity which every civilization and human being needs to thrive and survive: water! These plumbers make sure that every single person has healthy water to drink every single day and clean water for bathing. They are humanityís lifesavers! Professional and experienced plumbers have experience in all forms of plumbing. Certified gas plumbers and pride themselves in green plumbing services including fitting solar hot water systems, rainwater tank installation and solutions for the recycling of grey water. Homeowners in a modern city are encouraged to support their environment by utilizing water saving methods such as solar hot water. Commercial Plumbing In Sydney Hills area. If your business has a leak, a dripping tap, or a toilet that just won’t flush, commercial plumbing division can help. • commercial Kitchen plumbing • Leaking Deli Counters • Commercial Refrigeration • Fridge Seals • Leaking Air conditioners • Leaking Factory Roofs • Staff toilets and amenities • any type of commercial plumbing Our domestic plumbing specialists can fix all types of plumbing around the house in Castle Hill or surrounding suburbs. Any area where water passes through, they can handle. • Hot Water Systems • Kitchen taps and wet areas • Bathroom showers and taps • Leaking Laundry Appliances • Roofing Leaks and Gutter checks If you need help with your blocked sewer drain or blocked stormwater drain, we have the right solution for you. We can clear clogged drains throughout your house – whether it’s in the bathroom, laundry, kitchen – or all three areas! We can clear external drains also, depending on your needs. We employ a number of methods to clear clogged drains, including electric drain machines & hydro-jet drain cleaners. – and we’re available 24 hours, 7 days a week ! This is a very common type of drain blockage. Stormwater drains commonly block up due to tree roots, dirt & silt lying in the pipes. Stormwater drains are the pipes that connect the pipes from the roof & the sumps in the garden, which then discharge to the water table (kerb) in the street. Whether you have a blocked toilet, basin, shower waste or drain grate, or you have a sewer or stormwater blockage, our plumbers are experienced and can quickly unblock any blocked drain. Emergency plumbing repairs and services are our core business and we do it better than anyone else! Contact us so our emergency plumber can fix your Blocked Drain, Hot Water Heater, Gas Leaks, Toilets and Cisterns, Leaking Tap, or Burst Pipe right now! We carry an extensive range of drain cleaning equipment – so call us now to tend to your emergency plumbing requirements in Castle Hill. We have local plumbers available in your area now^! Because our plumber's vans are well equipped our team of qualified plumbers will handle any emergency. We are able to deliver superior service to you around the clock. Professional, reliable, skilled, knowledgeable and efficient are some of the words used to describe our service technicians. When it comes to quality and dependability, you can rely on us for that committed plumbing service. *******youtu.be/E5USeTdtK8M
31 May 2012
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Mobile Bankruptcy Attorney | 334-260-2920 | Bankruptcy Lawyer in Montgomery AL *******klimjack****/ You're buried under a pile of debt and you don't know what to do. With one call you can... • Stop a foreclosure • Stop a repossession • Stop a garnishment • Stop the harassing phone calls One call does it all. Call Montgomery Bankruptcy Attorney Attorney Stephen L. Klimjack right now. (334) 260-2920 Stop the madness and get back your financial freedom! I'm Montgomery Bankruptcy Attorney Stephen L. Klimjack. If you're sinking deeper and debt and don't know what to do... call me right now and get a fresh start. Call (334) 260-2920. We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the bankruptcy code. The Chapter You Choose Will Determine the Next Chapter of Your Life Bankruptcy does not leave you with nothing. In both Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy we can protect: • Motor vehicles, up to a certain value; • Reasonably necessary clothing; • Reasonably necessary household goods and furnishings; • Household appliances; • Jewelry, up to a certain value; • Pensions; • A portion of the equity in the debtor's home; • Tools of the debtor's trade or profession, up to a certain value; • A portion of unpaid by earned wages; • Public benefits, including public assistance (welfare), Social Security, and unemployment compensation, accumulated in a bank account; and • Damages awarded for personal injury. Chapter 7 liquidation may be the best option if: • You have little property except for the basic necessities like furniture and clothing. • You have little or no money left after paying basic expenses each month -- or you're not even meeting basic expenses. • You could lose you home. • Your credit score will be seriously impacted for 10 years. Chapter 13 has advantages if: • You have a steady income • You have significant equity in a home or other property and you want to keep it. • You could keep your home. • Your credit score will be impacted less, for a shorter period of time. • You can keep most of your property while spreading out time to pay past due accounts. • You'll have 3 -- 5 years to catch up delinquent accounts according to a schedule that you and the bankruptcy trustee have agreed is workable for you. • You'll make one monthly payment to the bankruptcy trustee for distribution -- you'll have no direct contact with creditors during the protection period of 3 -- 5 years. We have years of experience in Chapter 13 and Chapter 7 bankruptcy proceedings. Contact us today, we are here to help you! I also have a Bankruptcy Law office in Mobile, Alabama that can help you with your Bankruptcy. Bankruptcy Attorney Mobile AL *******klimjack****/ *******youtu.be/UEdTPqPTUHQ Bankruptcy Attorney Montgomery AL *******klimjack****/ *******www.youtube****/watch?v=jextWEuS2nw Montgomery Bankruptcy Attorney | 334-260-2920 | Bankruptcy Lawyer in Montgomery AL
20 Jun 2012
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We all strive hard in life in order to make our living and our existence more meaningful and pleasurable. It is second nature for us human beings to strive hard, earn money and to acquire the basic necessities in life. *******www.screenflex****/
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Latest version of Wireless Password Cracker 2013 ! An internet connection has become a basic necessity in our modern lives. Wireless hot-spots can be found everywhere. With our newest wireless hacking software, now you can access internet from anywhere without losing any fee. Features: + Auto detect network + High speed and secure connection + Auto reconnect. + Works on all version of Windows + ... and much more. Download Wireless Password Cracker 2013 here *******tinyurl****/n6p9q52
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*******www.parcatmaumelleapts**** Maumelle Apartments For Rent Parc at Maumelle Sunchase American Parc at Maumelle Apartments 100 Park Drive Maumelle, AR 72113 (501) 851-0700 Elegance, tranquility, and convenience make up the exquisite and relaxing lifestyle that is The Parc at Maumelle. Surrounded by a lush landscape, this gated, pet-friendly address is ideally located in Maumelle, Arkansas – minutes from premier schools and neighborhood conveniences. A range of quality constructed one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartment homes feature large, walk-in closets, open kitchens equipped with white appliances, Formica countertops and low-maintenance vinyl flooring. Well-appointed baths come with the option to include a garden soaking tub in some floor plans, while private patios and balconies offer a breath of fresh air. Here, relaxation is encouraged through an array of amenities, including a resort-style pool and sundeck, WiFi hot spots, an inviting lobby and business center, as well as a state-of-the-art gym. Covered parking protect your vehicle from the elements while easy access to Highway 430 means you don’t have to be behind the wheel for long. Make a stop at the Neighborhood Wal-Mart or Kroger for the basic necessities. Then enjoy an afternoon of family fun at nearby Lake Willastein Park. Leave the cooking to any one of the fine restaurants and eateries set just minutes from your front door. Here, life here is truly a walk in the park! Start your journey at The Parc at Maumelle today! Find your perfect space. Search for more Sunchase American Luxury Apartment Homes for Rent. *******www.sunchaseamerican**** Google Map *******goo.gl/maps/1R1c3 Check in and check us out on Foursquare *******4sq****/cc1qSn Check out our "Apartment Video Tour" #ParcatMaumelle *******www.videoapt****/tabid/105/VPID/3677/VP/ParcatMaumelle/Default.aspx YouTube Channel Sunchase American *******www.youtube****/SunchaseAmerican
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Welcome to Excellent Handling Systems Pvt. Ltd. Excellent Handling Systems Pvt. Ltd. is an established manufacturer and supplier organization located in Talawade, Pune (Maharashtra). Modern Industries deals in massive and heavy products, which requires reliable material handling solutions to remain safe while handling. Sophisticated material handling of equipment is extremely crucial to fullfill and efficiently serve this basic necessity. Understanding the requirement of material handling machines across various industries, we have came forward with a host of high performance material handling equipment.
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T SHIRTS are like the basic necessity for the casual side of your Wardrobe. This is why the Custom Printed T SHIRTS we make are a huge HIT among our clients. tshirt printing hyderabad
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Just like food and clothing, housing is also a very basic necessity. And for this the three main available option are either you rent a house, take it for lease or own one
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Edotco uses excess electricity from its towers to power up remote villages for the first time, giving them access to basic necessities like running water, light, education and healthcare. With its Tower to Community programme, over 3,500 lives across Asia have been changed.
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