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Clawson,

city (1990 pop. 13,874), Oakland co., SE Mich., a residential suburb between Pontiac and Detroit; settled c.1833, inc. 1920.
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Clawson says the initial Super Saver stores are due to open in late September.
CyberGuard Corp will seek to raise cash to make its unsolicited takeover of rival firewall vendor Secure Computing Corp more appealing to investors, CEO Pat Clawson said yesterday.
"Albertsons supports Give Kids a Smile because we feel dental healthcare is as important to our children and our communities as many of the other causes we support like hunger awareness and youth education," explains Mike Clawson, president of the supermarket, drug and food/drug combination store operator's Northwest division.
Kadant Black Clawson, Fulton, N.Y., is one company that has spent a significant amount of time and effort to develop a process to make waxed corrugated a viable material in the paper recycling stream.
Perry Clawson, commander of the 1186th Transportation Terminal Battalion, a reserve unit from Jacksonville, Fla., became the commander of the third single port management team; MTMC Turkey.
NMetric has announced that it is partnering with Software One (Clawson, Mich.) to help mid-sized manufacturers proactively manage by integrating and coordinating scheduling with real-time tracking and updating of all resources, materials, labor and capacity.
Black Clawson Company Inc., of Fulton, NY, has completed the sale of the assets of its Black Clawson Converting Machinery division to a new company formed by the management team of Black Clawson Converting Machinery and investment partners, Hamilton Robinson LLC.
Jim Clawson, CEO of JBC International, a consulting firm that works with Wine Institute, told just-drinks.com that the EU could create a deal to protect geographic names of origin by offering agricultural trade concessions in food trade talks.
Jim Clawson, CEO of JBC International, a trade consultancy firm that represents the California Wine Institute and E&J Gallo Winery, said that the European Union could create a deal which would protect names such as Chablis and Burgundy.
REQUIRED READING: SOCIOLOGY'S MOST INFLUENTIAL BOOKS Dan Clawson (ed.) Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 1998, 221 pp., $33.00 (paperback).
"While the Internet has emerged as a marketing and sales device, this study points to the staying power of the telephone," said Jason Clawson, ATA executive director.
A BOOK WITH A FOREWORD by Pat Clawson of the National Defense University and editor of ORBIS, and dedicated to Ronald Reagan and Turgut Ozal, announces its far-right wing political pedigree literally up front.