Ballard


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Ballard

J(ames) G(raham). born 1930, British novelist, born in China; his books include Crash (1973), The Unlimited Dream Company (1979), Empire of the Sun (1984), Cocaine Nights (1996), and Super-Cannes (2000)
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Ballard made a difference in the way she managed the heavy down pour.
While in his artist's statement Ballard speaks of "the control of watercolor over the surface of paper" as "mysterious," it's a mystery he negotiates with bravura.
EBARA BALLARD is a jointly held company of EBARA Corporation of Japan and Ballard Generation Systems with a mandate to supply Ballard Generation Systems fuel cell power generators incorporating the BALLARD(R) fuel cell to customers in Japan.
This area, where many passengers assembled as the vessel sank, "was a carnage of debris,' said Ballard.
The receipt of an order for fuel cells for commercial buses marks a major milestone for Ballard," said Firoz Rasul, Ballard's chairman and CEO.
Along the way, James Ballard and his wife Catherine lose their already tenuous grip on reality, yet gain a new intimacy, made possible by the "deviant technology" of the auto wreck and its resultant injuries.
The Knorr tows the Argo in a precise path with the aid of propellers on its bottom, called "eggbeaters" by Ballard, that drive the ship in any direction and keep it stable in rough seas.