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LISTERS. This word is used in some of the states to designate the persons appointed to make lists of taxables. See Verm. Rev. Stat. 538.

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This is a fantastic program and Listers are proud to be a part of it.
The group is proudly independent, so, while the big dealer groups slug it out to deliver shareholder value, Listers - as an independent family company - can rise above it all.
Lister is still at one of its first factories, using some of the same tools, plans and even staff who worked there in 1954.
Glen Hook, brand manager at Listers Volkswagen Coventry, said: "It was great to see the March 1 buyers collect their cars from a dealership which looks so good.
Listers founder Michael Lister cracks open the champagne at the launch of his new Wrexham store
It also allows staff at Listers Group dealerships to identify exactly where stock is held and provide their customers with all the information necessary to make a purchasing decision.
The Lister family stake is worth around PS100 million The motor group saw increased trading, boosted by its expanding portfolio of dealerships across the Midlands, East Anglia and the north of England.
Director Mark Lister said: "We have always been very keen to return to Wrexham and the addition of Eagles Meadow has given us the ideal location to come back to.
Anyone who would still like advice, but is unable to attend one of the Listers sessions, can contact their local vehicle crime team on 0345 113 5000.
re-tax profits at Keith Bradshaw's Stratford-upon-Avon-based Listers motor group have increased by 91 per cent to more than PS10 million, while turnover in 2012-13 has risen by PS60 million to more than PS700 million.
The Bedworth Road van centre, set up in 1990, now employes around 40 skilled sales, parts and service staff and director Geoff Lister says additional personnel are expected to be taken on this year to the expanding business.
EXCELLENT SUCCESS STORY': Geoff Lister (right) with Richard Pomfret, of Innes England