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Stillson wrench

A hand tool especially used for grasping a pipe.
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Daniel Stillson had invented his pipe wrench during a post-Civil War economic boom for the Northern states, but the principles are still the same--ingenuity, focus, and creativity can drive innovation in a recession as well.
So, in a room filled with family and friends who all knew the story, Gail Stillson stood in front of a microphone and told her 43-year-old bar mitzvah boy how much she loved him and how proud she was to call him her son.
Stillson said she was told, ``Expect something different.
Branda Stillson - A cattle rancher from Franklin, Texas, Stillson worried her parents when she used her father's VA loan to buy 40 acres of property to expand her ranch in Texas and when her sister bought a computer just so she could play Jackpot.
Camp director Mike Stillson, who answers to the nickname ``Otter'' at Tarzana-based Valley Trails, disagrees.
Branda Stillson -- A cattle rancher from Franklin, Texas,
SAN FRANCISCO, April 20 /PRNewswire/ -- The national employment and labor law firm Littler Mendelson learned today that one of its prominent attorneys, GJ Stillson MacDonnell was named Chair of the Employment Tax Committee of the Tax Section of the American Bar Association (ABA), effective May 7, 2004.
the leading supplier of real-time backup solutions for Windows NT(TM) and Windows 2000(TM) servers, today announced that Kathleen Stillson has been named to the newly created position of vice president, network operations and services.
Tenders are invited for Supply of Pipe Wrenches Stillson Type Is:4003/78 300Mm Length Max Jaw Opening 42Mm 2.
Survivors include a son, Norman of Springfield; two daughters, Marsha Fisher of Portland and Gayle Clady of Mount Angel; four sisters, Lois Buller of Eugene, Jo Anderson of Springfield, Marian Stillson of Santee, Calif.
The Australian born actress, best known for her starring role as Kate Warner in the hit series 24, will play the role of Rebecca Caldwell, a woman Johnny (Anthony Michael Hall) meets when her sister, a campaign volunteer working for the charismatic but unscrupulous congressional candidate Greg Stillson (Sean Patrick Flanery), suddenly disappears.