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But after the relationship with their lender, Heartland Community Bank in nearby Franklin, suddenly went sour in February 2003, the women found themselves in a kind of small-business owners' hell, faced not only with closing Gaia but with a lawsuit and the possible seizure of their home by the bank.
Unmarried parents of young children are more likely to suffer from mental and behavioral health problems than their married peers, and problems are especially likely if the relationship went sour before a baby's birth.
Their relationship went sour when Mr O'Hanlon discovered Timberlines had gone bust as he was working on a city centre office refit for them.
Dominick Rubalcava, who was vice president of the DWP commission when the loan was made and joined two other commissioners who voted for it, called it unfortunate that the deal went sour.
Britain's first blind date marriage went sour for this couple after just three months.
When her first marriage went sour, and she realized she might have to raise two children on her own, she buckled down in determination and pursued her dream to create the first private career college in the Canadian province of Newfoundland.
Also in California, a local race in Riverside County went sour due to suspected tampering of machines by privately paid employees.
The pair went on holiday to Portugal to celebrate the big win but Tracy claims things went sour when she decided to return to her boyfriend of three years, Colin Henderson, 40.
FABIEN BARTHEZ reflects on how his Old Trafford dream went sour and led to him being loaned out to Marseille
I have heard of at least two cases of business disasters where deals went sour because the lawyers were sitting on the files.
Insurance companies previously had been able to keep their malpractice premiums artificially low by investing in the skyrocketing stock markets, so the story goes, but since those markets went sour, insurers have been forced to charge the "real" cost o f paying for malpractice awards.