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hair ball

[′her ‚bȯl]
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After grooming, wipe your cat with a clean cloth to remove any loose hairs and feed your pet commercial cat food specifically formulated to reduce hairballs.
Creativity guru Gordon MacKenzie, a 30-year veteran of Hallmark, equates corporate bureaucracy to a giant hairball that doesn't allow much space for thinking and creativity.
SUN MICROSYSTEMS chief executive Scott McNealy on the shortage of technical employees: `If we stopped shipping personal Microsoft hairball mainframes to every person on the planet, you wouldn't need a million more support people.
For the IT organization, this may mean an end to the chaos of the hairball.
I encouraged my staff to read 'Orbiting the Giant Hairball (a Corporate Fool's Guide to Surviving with Grace)' by Gordon MacKenzie," said Mulbry.
Is the PC an essential tool for corporate productivity or just a hairball on the desktop?
He quotes Charles Krauthammer, who notes that the incessant, media-driven drumbeat of hairball notions is so unremitting as to "raise an eyebrow, but never a fist.
CHICAGO - From hairball remedies to insulated, ventilated doghouses, it no longer needs to be a dog's life for many pets.
When pipes clog up, it's generally because something gets stuck in them -- a hairball in a dream, leaves in a drainpipe.
LOUIS -- In conjunction with National Hairball Awareness Day (April 27), FURminator, the #1 premium brand in complete skin and coat care in the pet specialty category, is hosting a "FUR creature" contest to spread the word about the dangers of cat hairballs.
Hairball will be first to grace the 800 square foot stage two days later on November 28[sup.
With NetSuite, both Questronix Corporation and Kaisa Consulting are able to meet the growing demand for a comprehensive suite of cloud-based solutions spanning ERP, CRM and ecommerce that is architected specifically for the cloud versus antiquated systems based on client-server technology that lack flexibility, create a hairball of integration challenges, and require ongoing maintenance, a huge IT staff and on-going IT costs.