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crandall

crandall
A hammer-like tool having a number of sharp, pointed steel rods which are held in a slot at the end of a handle; used for dressing stone.
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Crandall praised the recommendations as an important step forward.
For instance, users of its Bio-freeze product are seeking pain relief so they can get back to living their lives, Crandall said.
The company also said Crandall will also serve on the Audit Committee.
It seems possible; but when Grace's petition to open her birth records proves successful, she's in for a shock: June Crandall still seems to be only a figment of her imagination, as elusive as ever.
Crandall and Mathas said their companies are also reluctant to shift toward buying more high-yielding, low-rated investments.
Chauncey Crandall is a strong believer of Christ, therefore, besides believing in medical treatment, he also believes in the power of prayers.
True and Crandall dealt with livestock theft, timber issues, and boundaries of the Santa Clara land.
Crandall, the FPA Board recognizes his decades of high quality contributions to fusion research and development at the US Department of Energy in both the Office of Science and the National Nuclear Security Administration in both the magnetic and inertial fusion programs.
He was born on February 5, 1920 in New Britain, CT the son of Beatrice and Charles Crandall.
In an interview with Bloomberg Surveillance, Crandall says he thinks the electrical issue with the 787 "obviously is a big and concerning problem for both the airlines and for Boeing.
Crandall will take over as ACLI chairman in October 2014.
Department of Labor has reached a settlement with the operators of the Crandall Canyon mine and other Murray Energy Corp.