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If they placed a lein on your property then they must renew it from time to time.

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Unfortunately it is very hard for me to visualize this cut without the help of a picture. Even then, people are inventing new cuts every day.. The ones that make it to widespread usage are named after a time, however, my gusess is that for now at least, your stone would fall into the "freeform" or ...

Why is Pennsylvania called the Keystone state?

There doesn't seem to be an exact answer, but the closest I could think of I found in Google: At a Jefferson Republican victory rally in October 1802, Pennsylvania was toasted as "the keystone in the federal union," and in the newspaper Aurora the following year the state was referred to as "the ...