babbitt


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an alloy of tin with some copper and antimony

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line with a Babbitt metal

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Babbitt began his aviation career as a pilot, flying 25 years for Eastern Airlines.
Experienced in handling large medical device cases such as this one, Osborne believes the case increase is due to the fact that firms like Babbitt, Johnson, Osborne and Le Clainche have encouraged people injured as a result of hip replacement surgery, to speak to knowledgeable Stryker Rejuvenate and ABG II Lawyers about their rights and what they can do to put their life back together.
Babbitt believed such an education to be under assault by Eliot and others who advocated what Babbitt termed "humanitarianism.
Pearl Harbor actor Hartnett stars as self-centred car dealer Charlie Babbitt, the role played by Tom Cruise in the 1988 film.
According to Babbitt, if healthy community, defined in part as the corporate embodiment of past wisdom, was to grow, schooling had to play a significant role.
Only the federal government, Babbitt contends, has the scale of power and the scope of vision necessary to ensure that wild and pastoral landscapes remain undeveloped.
In the spring of 2005, William Cordasco was putting the final touches on his presentation for the upcoming annual shareholder meeting of Babbitt Ranches.
Looking back, we can see that Babbitt and his colleagues needn't have worried--realty rode the American middle class to dominance in the decades before and after World War II, becoming one of the most lucrative sectors of the U.
Thanks to producer-musician Allan Slutsky's film, the spotlight has turned to the six apparently egoless men in red jackets on stage - guitarists Joe Messina and Eddie Willis, pianist Joe Hunter, drummer Uriel Jones, bassist Bob Babbitt and Ashford.
The next day, Elliott, a devout Christian, was summoned to the office of principal Dana Babbitt and told that he would not be allowed to wear the sweatshirt because it violated the school's dress code prohibiting the wearing of items with unacceptable written or graphic depictions that offend others.
When then-Secretary of the Interior Bruce Babbitt walked out on his interview for the John Stossel Goes to Washington ABC special last year, he joked that he would fire whoever set up that meeting about the Bureau of Indian Affairs' mismanagement of funds.
Babbitt was introduced to me and someone mentioned that my mom was there as well.
And, it turns out, several firms close to Babbitt have been on the receiving end of federal land swaps.
Bruce Babbitt was perhaps the most qualified individual to ever hold the post of Secretary of the Interior.