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Almon:

see AlemethAlemeth
, in the Bible. 1 Descendant of Saul. 2 Town, NE of Jerusalem. It also appears as Almon.
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almon

[′al‚mōn]
(materials)
A type of lauan from the tree Shorea eximia ; the wood is fairly strong and hard with a coarse texture.
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Almon describes the Ebola counter effort as, " Waiting for your house to catch on fire, and then installing smoke alarms in the middle of the inferno.
Almon, owner of Rep Services, said, "My company specializes in products that look good, last long, and work.
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Nortek Chief Financial Officer Almon Hall said, "Matt's business acumen and global experience, which includes living and working abroad, will be important to Nortek as we continue to grow our business and further strengthen our capital structure.
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It's hard to forget the Pulitzer Prize photograph of little Baylee Almon being cradled in the arms of an Oklahoma City firefighter.
OTCBB:LQTK), the parent company of Distech Limited, Wednesday announced the first sale of Distech's model D-1000 vacuum distillation machine to Almon Environmental Ltd.
On Wednesday, August 15, GE Employers Reinsurance Corporation (GE ERC) will join with Aren Almon-Kok, mother of Oklahoma City bombing victim Baylee Almon, and Johnson County Emergency Management officials to protect 550 area children through safety retrofits at five local childcare centers.
Comex has the experience needed to handle e-business transactions across language and cultural barriers, and their role in the entire Asia Pacific e-marketplace is expanding," said Bill Almon, managing director of Netfish.
NYSE: GTW) is accused of misleading its customers by offering"free" Internet access without revealing that many would be charged long-distance telephone rates, automatically issuing credit cards charging an almost 27% interest rate, and refusing to accept returns from clients who were upset at discovering these facts, according to a class action lawsuit filed today by a client represented by the law firms of Milberg Weiss Bershad Hynes & Lerach LLP; and Almon, McAlister, Baccus Hall & Kelley, LLC.
NYSE: GTW) is accused of misleading its customers by offering "free" Internet access without revealing that many would be charged long-distance telephone rates, automatically issuing credit cards charging an almost 27% interest rate, and refusing to accept returns from clients who were upset at discovering these facts, according to a class action lawsuit filed today by a client represented by the law firms of Milberg Weiss Bershad Hynes & Lerach LLP; and Almon, McAlister, Baccus Hall & Kelley, LLC.