Stearns

Stearns

(sternz),
A. Warren, U.S. physician, 1885-1959.
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When this man of culture and voice and power, as well as a dark skin, began, and uttered the names of Stearns and of Andrew, feeling began to mount.
SANTA ANA, CA -- A Bear Stearns analyst gave further credence to reports that TTM Technologies may be looking to purchase at least some of Tyco's printed circuit board operations.
A 71-inch Ohio Magnetics lifting magnet and two 84-inch-wide Stearns Magnetics drum units will appear in the program.
Stearns had written articles at regular intervals intended to serve as a kind of overview of the position and status of the discipline as he saw it at any given time.
The quality and functionality of that simple bag is the perfect example of what makes the Mad Dog Gear line, a division of Stearns Inc., a value leader for today's archery hunter.
Bear Stearns has downgraded Brazil's Gol Linhas Aereas to peer perform from outperform.
Jim Stearns, aka "The Pool Sheik," is requesting donations for pool supplies to be sent to Iraq.
Stearns explains this phenomenon by examining the new issues the 20th century brought to bear on families.
An especially recommended addition to personal inspirational and self-help reading lists, Conscious Courage: Turning Everyday Challenges Into Opportunities by Maureen Stearns shows the reader how to challenge self-defeating thoughts, rise above emotional discomfort, and heighten one's awareness of life's opportunities.
Linda Stearns, a former artistic director of Les Grands Ballets Canadiens de Montreal died of cancer July 4, 2003.
The offering of Senior Unsecured Notes was led by Bear, Stearns & Co.
The Stearns Division of Rexnord Corporation has introduced an armature-actuated electric disc brake designed for use on portal cranes and similar applications.