Gazette


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Gazette

the official government publication that lists certain statutory notices such as those relating to insolvency. There are three: the London, Edinburgh and Belfast Gazettes. Its most common use is as a source of detecting firms that are potentially or actually insolvent.
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Gannett never understood how important he was," longtime Gazette writer Ernest Dumas said years later.
Fred Lewis, a five-year veteran of the Gazette, will oversee the Silver Spring/Takoma Park, Burtonsville and Wheaton editions, and John Wehmueller will manage the Montgomery County sports desk.
The Finance Ministry made several interim clarifications for the gazette revealed during evidence given by the secretary to Ministry of Finance on 23 February 2017 to the Presidential Commission of Inquiry (PCoI) on the Treasury bond issuances "The gazette contains authorization given under section 4 of the Registered Stock and Securities Ordinance to raise loans during the year 2015 through issuance of 31 Treasury bonds of different redemption periods at different interest rates at auctions as notified by the Registrar of Public Debt through newspapers," it said.
The Gazette brand - pioneered by Sir Hugh Gilzean Reid - first appeared on Monday, November 8, 1869, as The Daily Gazette, for "Middlesbrough, Stockton and District".
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Even considering the almost 200 Gazette employees hired by the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, about 500 people remain without jobs.
The Arkansas Gazette, an Arkansas institution older than the state itself, ceased publishing Oct 18.
The Democrat sat tight, hoping to strike a deal, and the Gazette, still smarting over Brummett's loss, tried to pretend whatever he did was inconsequential.