The Savvy Businessperson's Guide to Property & Casualty Insurance

The Savvy Businessperson's Guide to Property & Casualty Insurance

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qGitty Upq shouted the driver, as he encouraged the laboring horses to pull the ladened qprairie schoonerq faster westward across the prairie. In the qprairie schoonersq the people were excited and anxious to reach the vast prairie of Nebraska. They wanted to rush to the land, select their free land, and build their homes. Among the settlers on the Nebraska plains were the Author's parents. In this book the reader has a glimpse of their simple home, the care of the livestock on the farm, the planting and harvesting of the crops, the brutal weather, and the challenges of isolation. Every family depended on their horses for survival. Man power combined with horse power with determination resulted in permanent settlements. When tractors began to emerge for farming, then horses retired from field work. Whoa!Blowout preventers must be operational and the oil, gas or air will not be used as drilling fluids. ... gasoline or gas recycling plants, refineries, drilling derricks, drilling rigs and drilling tools, oil tanks over 10, 000 barrels capacity and their contents, earthen or concrete flow or storage pits ... Rates are determined based upon the type of commodity being shipped, its packing and the volume shipped annually.

Title:The Savvy Businessperson's Guide to Property & Casualty Insurance
Author:Karin A. Fleischhaker
Publisher:AuthorHouse - 2008


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