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A relationship based on a handshake at a trade meeting, a sample of cheese offered across a trade table by a third-generation dairy farmer, or a visit to your fields by a vanload of buyers on a Chef Farm Tour--now that's a strong business relationship.
The family and friends of Foreign Service officer Mark Evans donated a vanload of supplies and returned the next day with bags of donations.
Given that he's plucked, stuffed, roasted and grilled them by the vanload over the years, Jamie Oliver might seem an unusual candidate to step forward as the saviour of the humble chicken.
DESPICABLE: Rat pilfers clothes from Rotherham Pictures: NEWS TEAM/ROSS PARRY and CLOTHES AID; HAUL: Charity bags seized in east London; LOOT: Vanload of nicked clobber in Barking
From that event, she hopes to bring a vanload of business immigrants to the North Bay-Mattawa area this fall for a familiarization tour of the region to visit businesses for sale.
Maybe your city could take a vanload of people to a winter shelter in the San Fernando Valley.
Bouquets begin arriving at St Andrew's in Soham by the vanload.
The group began after Julie Groves and her husband, Wayne, met Emmanuel Eugene the previous March when they and their family drove a vanload of relief supplies to Florida for shipment to Haiti.
Later, when Hurricane Ike hit Galveston, they employed the same tactics and delivered a vanload of books, clothing and other items to two elementary schools there.
Since the beginning of Ramadan, the two villages received only a small vanload of goods and 600 meal packets donated by people in Jeddah.