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stamper

[′stam·pər]
(engineering acoustics)
A negative, generally made of metal by electroforming, used for molding phonograph records.
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CONTACT: Jeremy Stamper of Progressive Homesellers, +1-206-624-7554, or mediarelations@progressivehomesellers.
MARTIN STAMPER put down a World Championship selection marker by adding to Britain's gold medal haul on the opening day of competition at the German Open in Hamburg.
When Group Production Manager Anna Lieggi joined Hobby Publications in 2004, she was familiar with Impoze, and knew it was the right choice for Design New Jersey and The Rubber Stamper, the two titles she produces.
Formerly, a stamper would have had to run millions of parts to justify transfer," says James Lehner.
Between them was another British-trained runner, Paddy Lad, but Miss Stamper - the 3-1 equal favourite - had the race to herself when it mattered.
Stamper said the I bond is purchased at face value, and "was developed to give Americans a tool to save their money and not have their savings eaten up by inflation.
Agriculture Minister Nick Brown indicated that Mr Stamper, 33, of Cumbria, who was splashed with fluid from a slaughtered cow as he helped move carcasses, had been shown not to have the disease.
We are eager to criticize the United Nations when we think it's deserved, but we only do it from a multilateral perspective," Stamper said.
Mr Brooke said Stamper, Lister and Lake were at the heart of it while Atkinson was a "wing player", quite content to act as a supplier.
I am fascinated with the idea of creating something from the very beginning of the process all the way through to the completed piece of art," Stamper said.
To take advantage of a free stamper offer, call Romeo (512)836-2900 or through email at romeo@digi-optix.
The cash deal will make multi-millionaires of four members of the Stamper family, who founded the company Rare 20 years ago.