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Hampshire

a black pig with a white belt, originating in the USA.
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Hampshire meat sheep. By permission from Sambraus HH, Livestock Breeds, Mosby, 1992
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Ian Hoult, head of emergency planning at Hampshire County Council, said a number of roofs had been damaged and trees uprooted.
Firms have until 23 August to contact Hampshire County Council, which is handling the bidding process on behalf of the region s local authorities.
But this year, after he placed extra tinsel around the edge of the circular sign, someone complained to his employers, Hampshire County Council.
Working in partnership with Hampshire County Council and the 11 district councils involved in the scheme is not only widening our geographical coverage, but it helps to secure jobs and increase employment opportunities for both regions.
Kent and Hampshire County Council have connected their regional networks into the national PSN in order to test the concept, but any individual public sector body, not just regional networks, will be able to connect to the PSN as soon as it is rolled out more widely.
Lawyers for Hampshire County Council denied negligence and said adequate training was given.
Transport company Amey secured a new contract from Hampshire County Council from May and a three-year extension to a contract with Hertfordshire.
A guide to dating Victorian photographs from dress details can be found on the Hampshire County Council site at: www3.
Hampshire County Council has appointed Northern Trust as its first global custodian, to provide custody, performance measurement and securities lending services for the pounds Sterling 2.
12 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Hampshire County Council has appointed Northern Trust as its first global custodian, to provide custody, performance measurement and securities lending services for the pounds Sterling 2.
Locally sourced, organic red meat will be at the heart of a new school menu to be introduced by Hampshire County Council in September.
Awarded by Hampshire County Councils Executive Member for Education Councillor Peter Edgar at the County Councils headquarters in Winchester, Councillor Edgar commented that it is the partnerships between companies such as Balfour Beatty Living Places and the Council that makes for longstanding success in the county, particularly in providing structured and worthwhile futures for young people.

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