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Kline

Franz . 1910--62, US abstract expressionist painter. His works are characterized by heavy black strokes on a white or grey background
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Kline said he expected they'd get married in the next year or two.
Kline also manages his own land, and he manages land for several other private owners around his home in Douglas County.
And that's a shame, Kline said, because the field has a lot of opportunities for women as well as men.
On the surface, Kline is a mild-mannered accountant and a mother of three children who indulges in "totally mindless" suspense novels.
Kline is a worldwide consulting and research firm dedicated to providing the kind of insight and knowledge that helps companies find a clear path to success.
Kline previously served as a state representative from 1992 until 2000.
Kline draws often on the academically-popular concept of "resistance.
There are enough cameos and inside jokes to carpet the Shrine Auditorium, including a dead-on Oscar show (Glenn Close glides in to announce the nominees for Best Actor, who include Paul Newman in Coot), a bimbotic supermodel (nicely turned by real-life supermodel Shalom Harlow) stopped in her tracks by a dial phone, and resident reactionary Tom Selleck as a gay entertainment reporter who plants a kiss on Kline that makes the Grant-Bergman smooch in Notorious look like a high five.
Prior to that role, Kline served as Vice President, Marketing at Brand Affinity Technologies (BAT) where she oversaw the company's brand development, marketing, and athlete and celebrity relationships.
Hardeep joins Kline after a multi-faceted career with strong experience across chemicals, power, renewables, and oil and gas sectors.
According to Karen Doskow, associate project manager at Kline, consumers' desire for safer products and their concern for the environment have combined with more mainstream availability of natural products to drive growth in the naturals market as well as the "pseudo-natural" or "naturally inspired" products market.
Established in 1959, Kline & Company is an international management consulting and market research firm.