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Potter

1. (Helen) Beatrix. 1866--1943, British author and illustrator of children's animal stories, such as The Tale of Peter Rabbit (1902)
2. Dennis (Christopher George). 1935--94, British dramatist. His TV plays include Pennies from Heaven (1978), The Singing Detective (1986), and Blackeyes (1989)
3. Paulus. 1625--54, Dutch painter, esp of animals
4. Stephen. 1900--70, British humorist and critic. Among his best-known works are Gamesmanship (1947) and One-Upmanship (1952), on the art of achieving superiority over others
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With 10 trucks and a dozen full-time employees, revenues were about $550,000 in 2001, and Potter expects to reach $1.
The idea for the venture came to Potter shortly after the Northridge earthquake (which measured 6.
This acquisition is a real plus for Potters as it complements our strengths and will allow us to take our combined 150-plus years of industry expertise, innovation and quality products and direct that towards continued high quality service to our customers," said Scott Randolph, President of Potters Industries.
Customers can call Potters Customer Service at 1-800-55-BEADS or Flex-O-Lite's Customer Service at 1-800-325-9525.
The golden wedding anniversary of Harold ``Hal'' and Janette Potter of Sherman Oaks was celebrated with a dinner-dance at the Braemar Country Club in Tarzana.
And although we created its eye-catching design to capture the imagination of the beginning potter, it's powerful enough to meet the needs of the professional.
Upon completion, Potters Bank will be merged into Home Savings, adding four full-service banking offices.
Potters operates branch offices in East Liverpool, Calcutta and Glenmoor, Ohio, as well as in Beaver, Pennsylvania.
I'm very excited that the Harry Potter book is coming out,'' said 12-year-old Alexander Tasoff of West Hills.
It's just amazing how the Harry Potter books reach so many different people.
Tens of thousands of children and adults are expected to be on hand as the clock strikes midnight to ensure that they get their copies of Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix as soon as possible.