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earing

[′ir·iŋ]
(metallurgy)
Formation of scallops around the top edge of a deep- drawn product due to differences in the directional properties of the metal sheet.
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Princess Margaret's coral and diamond earings, designed by Michael Gosschalk in 1960.
Worst/Best present : The best one I bought for Sharon was a pair of earings from New York.
In second table, under heading Nine Months Ended March 31, 2000, fourth line should read xxx Net Earings Per Share (fully diluted) $0.
My source adds: "We raided Tiffany's jewellery store and got Martine some silver earings and picture frames.
1 million in annual earings being achieved each consecutive year.
Chattem expects that the acquired brands will add incremental earings f $.
Primary and Fully Diluted earings per share increased 11% to $.
Hicks expects an earings growth rate over the next two years of over 40 percent.
Griffin stated that gross earings from agribusiness activities during fiscal 1996 approximated the previous year.
Pearlman noted that Unapix had generated substantial sales and earings growth during the past two years, and that 1996 is expected to be another record year in terms of both business growth and financial performance.
Instead, he speculates that candidates for market leadership in 1996 will be companies that show the strongest and most reliable earings progress with margin stability.
Net earings for the third quarter were $81 000, or $.