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overall, overall dimension

A total outer dimension of a building material, including any projection, such as a tongue.
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Especially relevant to welding and allied processes, the Dickies Proban Coverall (Code No: FR4869) which is a newly certified version of a long established, best selling product, meets the latest industry fire regulation standards EN ISO 11611 2007 and EN ISO 11612 2008.
Prior to purchasing a Coverall Cleaning Concepts franchise, Waiter tried commercial cleaning on his own.
In 1999, Prude opened her Coverall Franchise in the Detroit area, while working a full-time job.
The Operating Phase continues to build on the solid relationship between Coverall and its franchisees.
Coverall's comprehensive training and support program guides each new Franchise Owner through three distinct phases: The Start-Up Phase, which includes intense hands-on training, a beginning equipment package and an initial customer base; the Operating Phase, provides management and development training, billing and collection services, cash flow protection services; and the Growth Phase, includes national marketing support, and on-going training for new opportunities in unique services and niche markets.
The coverall was designed with a zipper to close the main body of the garment and a protective flap of material was sewn along the length of the zipper.
With Coverall, I have the benefit of the nearby regional office to guide me through the process of starting, maintaining and growing my own business.
This kind of support lured Jesse Proctor to invest $5,000 in Coverall two years ago.
Franchising opportunities for African Americans for Coverall has expanded beyond the U.S.
That honor now belongs to Coverall North America, the San Diego, Calif.-based commercial cleaning business.
COVERALL NORTH AMERICA INC., San Diego, Calif., Type of business: Commercial cleaning.
For example, Zannie Brazely Jr., a Coverall commercial-cleaning franchisee based in Akron, Ohio, created an order form for his clients that listed extra services offered by his franchise.