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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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In some ways, Burr and Crandall are a dream duo, possessed of skill sets that are remarkably complementary.
I have always been drawn to companies with disruptive and innovate technology that are designed to address customers' most challenging IT problems," said Crandall.
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.
They think there's no reason why we can't make the August date," Crandall said.
Daughters, Margaret Crandall of Portland, ME, and Pamela Crandall and her husband, Michael of Brooklyn, NY, and three grandchildren Michael, Lindsay, and Kathryn survive him.
I have seen a lot of things similar to this and there have been temporary groundings of other airplanes," Crandall says in his interview with Bloomberg Surveillance.
Raised as a Quaker, Prudence Crandall thought everyone--black or white--should be treated equally.
Crandall is currently Chairman of the Board of Directors of Celestica Inc.
With no word on whether the six were still alive, crews worked through the night in shifts, with teams coming and going along the road leading to the Crandall Canyon mine in a forested canyon.
Nor is there likely to be another like Crandall Bowles, the last president of the freestanding Springs.
Mil at press time was the microsite featuring recent Medal of Honor recipient and Pentagon Hall of Heroes inductee LTC Bruce R Crandall (Ret.
The loans were primarily for development or redevelopment of for-sale residential product in the Northeastern United States, according to Patrick Crandall, vice president and regional manager of that office.