American Bell

American Bell

An AT&T trade name used after Divestiture. Federal court order later prohibited its use.
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American Bell was accused of colliding into the 16-year-old South Korean in the final warm-up session in Japan.
The Air Force has a number of American Bell 212, Russian Mi 17 and Mi 171 and Italian AgustaWestland AW139 helicopters.
The American Bell Association is a network of bell collectors, artisans, manufacturers, technicians, and enthusiasts from over 20 countries with the purpose of furthering their knowledge of bells.
Many of the populists who fought against the emerging American Bell system, MacDougall writes, "were hardly the proletariat.
"It is rung to start and close meetings of the American Bell Association," explains Joan.
Bartkus is currently the chairman of the New England Chapter of the American Bell Association International, a group of bell aficionados who share information and have conventions.
American Bell, who came into the fight holding the IBF belt, claimed the Frenchman's WBC and WBA titles to become just the second fighter - after Evander Holyfield - to unify the title.
Rios must explain to the country how he acquired the North American Bell 412 helicopters, which he bought from a personal friend," said retired Gen.
The crash, involving a single-seater American Bell King Cobra, was the second tragedy to have struck the Kent show in two days after two men were killed when their De Havilland Vampire crashed on Saturday.
Telephone service took hold in Arkansas after James Hamblett of the American Bell Telephone Co.
His welcoming remarks struck a chord in the hundreds of African American Bell Atlantic employees in attendance.

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