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fitch

1. the European polecat, Mustela putorius putorius; farmed for its fur.
2. pelt of the polecat.
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Falulah-Baker Brook runs parallel to John Fitch Highway and crosses under Lunenburg Street.
John Fitch is commemorated by a painting that hangs in the U.
Historically, DuPont has used its dispersion technology, color chemistry, polymer science and formulation capabilities to create high-quality liquid colorants and fine particle dispersions for its internal needs," said John Fitch, DuPont Specialty Colorants and Additives' business development manager.
Kleinberg discusses family life, an important theme among the Survey's writers, and notes that the middle-class perspective of such authors as Margaret Byington, John Fitch, Crystal Eastman and Florence Lattimore led them to stress education for children and the single wage-earner family model, despite the financial realities that forced children and mothers to contribute to the family's economic survival by working in the mills and factories or taking in boarders.
Poway Rodeo Chairman John Fitch and Rodeo Queen Pageant Director Darci Sheldon informed Moore in an October letter that she had to step down.
The first person to achieve a workable steamboat was the American inventor John Fitch (1743-1798).
Retailer John Fitch, a frequent merchandising contest winner, offers some vivid examples of why he thinks merchandising is alive and well at store level.
But he was the first to find the right combination of engine, hull, and paddle design among the many ideas thrown out over the years since the pioneer efforts of John Fitch, and the first to accomplish the entrepreneurial feat of turning his ideas into reality.