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Fuller

1. (Richard) Buckminster. 1895--1983, US architect and engineer: developed the geodesic dome
2. Roy (Broadbent). 1912--91, British poet and writer, whose collections include The Middle of a War (1942) and A Lost Season (1944), both of which are concerned with World War II, Epitaphs and Occasions (1949), and Available for Dreams (1989)
3. Thomas. 1608--61, English clergyman and antiquarian; author of The Worthies of England (1662)

fuller

[′fu̇l·ər]
(metallurgy)
A die or portion of a die used in preliminary forging operations to reduce the cross section somewhere between the ends of a piece of stock.
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Preppy nerd and buttoned-down bohemian, green guru and globe-trotting jet fuel consumer, a college expellee who relished honorary degrees, Buckminster Fuller (b.
Fuller illustrates that rank abuse damages personal relationships, productivity of the business world, learning and leadership potential, and even the human spirit.
Fuller will be replaced by chief executive Michael Turner, who will maintain his responsibilities for strategy and overall management of the company.
You can look at the overall premiums and losses flowing between two entities, but it could be 10 contracts between the two parties," Fuller said.
HFH filed suit to get Fuller to drop the original name of his new organization--Building Habitat--on the grounds that potential donors and volunteers would confuse the two, potentially causing HFH to suffer a decline in donations.
The committee also fired his wife, Linda Fuller, who had helped him run the organization for 29 years.
run five Fuller & Son stores in Little Rock, North Little Rock and Maumelle, and they are scouting locations for a sixth.
Fuller believes that the industry must fund new research on chip size distribution.
While it's not the mythical four-hour cut that Fuller once mentioned (a cut that probably never existed), Schickel's painstaking work elevates ``The Big Red One'' into the pantheon of the all-time great war films and gives it a fullness that the original only suggested.
In July, Fuller was busy setting up the company's pipe preparation area and installing other gear at an 11,400-square-foot plant and warehouse, including a compression moulding press, an autoclave, lathes and sandblasting and painting equipment.
It's about somebody who is avoiding interacting with the world, who's grabbed by the universe mad told that she's now going to become fate's bitch," adds Fuller.
Through his career as both a CIA intelligence analyst and a Middle East scholar, Graham Fuller provides an insightful and comprehensive analysis of the present and future developments of the most controversial religio-political phenomenon today--political Islam.