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Knoll

(knōl),
Philipp, Bohemian physiologist, 1841-1900. See: Knoll glands.
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These brands include Knoll Office, KnollStudio, KnollTextiles, KnollExtra, Spinneybeck | FilzFelt, Edelman Leather, Holly Hunt, DatesWeiser and Muuto.
The Electrical System is connected with the Triton Knoll Offshore Wind Farm.
Today Knoll produces office systems and home furnishings.
Knoll also launched its new ReGeneration chair, the latest addition to its Generation suite of products.
This highlights 1330's ability to attract creative and innovative tenants that might otherwise locate in Midtown South, as Knoll will be coming from the 'Google building' at 111 8th Avenue.
Knoll believes that if local Las Vegas stores, restaurants and professionals would learn how to advertise more effectively, less expensively and to a wider market using available online technologies, they would see an almost instant increase in customers and revenue.
Google pictures (left) confirm it as Swinney Knoll but, as we know, Google isn't always right.
Coincidentally, he started working on the same tech challenges his older brother, Thomas Knoll, was wrestling with for his doctoral thesis at U.
Reaching the 2010 reduction goal means that over the five-year period, beginning in 2003, Knoll avoided 10.
By testing our military's diet, Knoll understood that he was defending the same civil freedoms that our service members risk their own lives to protect on a daily basis.
Petti, vice president of Product Development, stated, "We are fortunate to work with Nordmark, as some of their key personnel have successfully produced this product while employed by Knoll AG.
It's almost like magic," said Bayowksi, who founded and manages the station at Maple Knoll Village in Cincinnati, the only FM station in the country licensed to a retirement community.