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  • Mathis was a firm which produced cars

Mathis 6/16 PS Doppelphaeton 1911 Mathis GM Sports 1923 A Mathis EMY4S modelo from 1933 Mathis was a firm founded by Émile Mathis (1880-1956) in Alsace that produced cars between 1910 and 1950. ...

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  • Mathis is a city in San Patricio County, Texas, United States.
    • Mathis Independent School District is a public school district based in Mathis, Texas.

Mathis is a city located in San Patricio County, Texas. ... Mathis Independent School District is a public school district based in Mathis, Texas (USA). ...

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Mathis v. Mathis (Robbins, J.) (1650 words)
Mathis was not entitled to half of these accounts, but rather was only entitled to one-half of the funds in these accounts that had accrued over the eight-year period he was working during their marriage.
Mathis failed to convincingly prove that the IRA accounts, which were funded by monies withdrawn from the parties' joint accounts, did not constitute funds owned by the parties as tenants by the entirety.
Mathis argues, in essence, that he possessed a fraudulent intent rather a donative intent when he deposited the retirement benefits into their joint account, i.e., that he agreed to the joint tenancy solely as a ruse to obtain his wife's release.
Mathis - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (442 words)
Mathis was a firm founded by Émile Mathis in Alsace that produced experimental cars between 1898 and 1903.
The first "true" Mathis model (8/20 PS) was put on the market in 1910, however the first real success came just before World War I with two smaller models: Babylette had a 1.1 litre engine and Baby had a 1.3 litre engine.
Mathis tried to find new projects: there was a three-wheeler (333) in 1945 and a front-wheel drive protoype having a flat-six (2.8 litre), with a "panoramic" style windscreen.
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