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Peter proposing to Claire at one of Claire's parents house parties... this one was a Britains Got Talent themed party where everyone attending had to take a turn and show their... - 01.13.2009, YouTube
10.07.2012 [Daily Press] - Peter Stephenson, Smithfield town manager, said he could not estimate the economic effect of the project on town coffers. But development is on an uptick in Smithfield and Isle of County, where International Paper's fluff fiber mill opened last week
10.07.2012 [Daily Press] - When finished, the 18-acre Pinewood Heights will be marketed to commercial and industrial users, town manager Peter Stephenson said. Funding sources. Community Development Block Grants: $1 million. State funds: $63000. Federal grant: $89899
09.07.2012 [Daily Press] - Residents initially mounted resistance to the project's first phase, but want to be relocated during the second phase, said town manager Peter Stephenson. "This time, the big question is who gets to move first," he said. "It's a complete turnabout from
10.07.2012 [Virtual-Strategy Magazine] - Military-grade voice encryption has been around for a long time, but this is the best implementation of commercial-grade voice encryption we have seen to date,” said Peter Stephenson, technology editor for SC Lab. “There is no perceptible distortion of
08.07.2011 WASHINGTON – Peter Stephenson, an IT security consultant, says he would not bother getting a security certification unless it helped feed his family. In his case, it did. Some security professionals have begun to question the value of ...
05.07.2011 Peter Stephenson July 6, 2011 at 12:21 pm #. A few additonal thoughts;. Don't be afraid to be yourself and keep it real. Let your true personality come through – it creates sincerity and credibility with the audience – don't be a ...