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HALL. A public building used either for the meetings of corporations, courts, or employed to some public uses; as the city hall, the town hall. Formerly this word denoted the chief mansion or habitation.

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The FSR of A- (Excellent) and the Long-Term ICRs of 'a-', each with a stable outlook, have been affirmed for the members of Hallmark Insurance Group:
Hallmark Retail operates 2,000 Hallmark Gold Crown stores in five countries and Hallmark Home and Gifts sells a range of home dA(c)cor and gift product throughout the US.
A five-episode cookie competition series, featuring amateur bakers from around the country, is heading to Hallmark Drama this holiday season.
This is why Hallmark continues to innovate in the digital space through our Click and Collect solution.
This year, Hallmark Channel has films starring LeAnn Rimes, Kellie Pickler and Patti LaBelle, but the network also features recurring actresses, dubbed the "Christmas queens" internally by Hallmark, who front a new movie a season on the network: Candace Cameron Bure, Lacey Chabert, Danica McKellar and Lori Loughlin.
Michelle Anderson, head of marketing said: "This month marked a momentous anniversary for the NHS and Hallmark want to reward the deserving staff all year round at Hallmark Hotels.
In addition, Hallmark is partnering with Improv Everywhere, a New York City-based comedy collective, to create a card-sending station in a busy Midtown Manhattan square.
At Dash's direction, Hallmark used a prearranged trading scheme to sell the shares to the customers at $3 per share, according to FINRA.
"Responses to this consultation will inform the decisions we will take in respect of hallmarks to be used off-shore and the guidance we will produce for the trade and consumers."
There are those who take a cynical view of Hallmark, calling it the "General Motors of emotion," a company that cranks out sentiments that Americans are incapable of articulating themselves.
"We recognize the importance of family, celebration and optimism in the Hispanic culture," says Carlos Ayala, multicultural leader at Hallmark, based in Kansas City, Mo.
Insurance holding company, Hallmark Financial Services Inc.