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Baird

John Logie . 1888--1946, Scottish engineer: inventor of a 240-line mechanically scanned system of television, replaced in 1935 by a 405-line electrically scanned system
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Taft is set to be "a wonderful addition to Baird's senior leadership team and we could not be [prouder] that he has chosen to continue his exemplary career at Baird," explained President & CEO Steve Booth, in a statement.
Booth has led Baird's investment banking efforts and served as co-head of ECM since 2006.
As news of Baird's terrorist past broke, some of the 2,000 workers revealed what they thought of the dad of four.
Mrs Baird's Bakeries, based in Fort Worth, Texas, one of the country's largest wholesale baking companies, announced last week that it was opening new distribution routes in the Fort Smith area.
In fact it was just thirty-five years ago that humanist and reproductive rights pioneer Bill Baird's tenacious challenge in Baird v.
Sensenbrenner flatly refused to hold any hearings on Baird's amendment, let alone move it to the floor for a vote.
We're far from alone in suffering the wrath of Baird's mighty pen.
Ties that bind: Baird's twin boys graduated from Eminence in 1996 and his wife, Joyce, serves as the district's technology coordinator.
Baird's client-focused culture has supported its growth into one of the largest investment firms headquartered outside of New York.
Mrs Baird's husband, Thomas, was a partner in Baird Brothers, a firm of marine engineers, ship repairers and dry-dock owners at North Shields.
Baird's team contacted 1,364 black and white women ages 35 to 49 who were members of a health insurance plan in Washington, D.
Rolls-Royce said Lord Moore of Lower Marsh, who has been acting chairman in Mr Baird's absence, would serve as interim chairman until the company appoints a permanent successor, for whom a search has already begun.