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sear

[sir]
(ordnance)
An item that retains the firing mechanism of a gun in the cocked position.
A variety of lockwork in the firing mechanism of a propellant-actuated device which prevents motion of the firing pin until released.
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At the time of that filing, Fairholme's interest in Sears totaled 24.
Target Canada employees interested in job opportunities at Sears Canada may visit the Sears Canada Careers site at www.
Also, holders of Sears Holdings restricted stock that is unvested as of the record date will receive cash awards subject to vesting requirements in lieu of Sears Canada common shares.
Sears operates the Sears-branded department stores and the Kmart discount chain.
The move comes as the retailer retools what has been called Sears Essentials "with a store-of-shops feel with different flooring, fixtures and displays for categories such as housewares and toys," Brathwaite said.
Depending on how Latina Life takes off, Sears executives are considering a shop concept, where the brand clothing would be clustered in a ministore conept.
In an August 2003 opinion column for Baptist Press, the news organ of the Southern Baptist Convention, Sears really pulled out all of the stops.
This "impossibility premise" is further illustrated in La Princesse de Cleves, which Sears reads much more negatively than does most recent criticism.
Too much insulin caused by eating too much carbohydrate, says Sears.
Sears says he believes fenoterol is not alone, but he agrees that further research must confirm that suspicion.
New Enhancements to Sears Club Make Rewarding Easier
Relative to their partnership, Sears and JPMorgan said they could sell to another party their credit card portfolio.