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hometowned

adv. legalese for a lawyer or client suffering discrimination by a local judge who seems to favor local parties and/or attorneys over those from out of town.

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We know that our country's military veterans are hard-working, committed to success and have a strong entrepreneurial spirit," said Will Powell, senior vice president, president, Sears Hometown Stores.
Through an open application process, First Data will review proposals from hometown associations for development projects in Mexico and match remittances made by the associations for selected projects.
The assets of Hometown are expected to contribute an additional $10 million to Arctic Glacier's annual revenues.
Available on Channel 81, customers can watch HomeTown Sports Indiana to catch a range of local sports programming, featuring high school sports action and state championships; college teams such as Ball State, Butler University, IUPUI, Franklin College and Wabash College; professional games including the Fort Wayne TinCaps, Indianapolis Indians and Fort Wayne Komets; local racing and other sports-related programming.
Creation of a "Rediscover IGA" Targeted Mailer--Customized local advertising aimed at promoting traditional IGA Hometown Proud strengths in the community.
Tim Grabow, Chief Operating Officer of HomeTown Bank, says, "Everyone at HomeTown Bank is very excited about this opportunity.
Hometown will be lead by a team of senior executives steeped in mortgage banking, asset securitization and commercial real estate underwriting standards used by traditional providers.
In particular, Hometown Auto's manufacturers must approve the transfer of the automobile franchises to Shaker Auto Group.
HomeTown Bank has been seeking expansion opportunities for some time," stated HomeTown Bank President Dean Toft in making the announcement.
Hometown Recipes will include the staples -- breakfast, lunch, dinner and dessert -- in a format that's intended to be a workbook.
The settlement of the claims as previously described will, in the aggregate, have minimal effect upon Hometown's results of operations due to reserves previously established for these contingencies by Hometown on its financial statements.