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a pen that has a small metal ball as the point of transfer of ink to paper

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Biros, citing confidentiality agreements, said Feinberg will not identify any of those eligible for payments, nor will he say if the 19 deemed eligible so far include the 13 deaths that GM has documented.
Biros said no claims have been rejected yet, although Feinberg is in the process of turning down a few because they don't meet the requirements for compensation.
In 2003 Jane moved to Northumberland where her parents live and became a full-time artist committed to drawing with Biro.
They gave us all a presentation box with a lovely tie," he said before nipping off to grab a pair of biros from the Falkland Islands marketing board.
Although I can honestly say I need Biros to do my job and I use the chewed ones for as long as they will last, the Big Brother who watches over me obviously feels there are too many Biro-chewers out there.
Wiley's extensive global editorial, sales, marketing and technical expertise will allow the publications to continue to grow and provide our readers with the important information they depend on to keep up with the latest technology advancements and to make good business decisions," said Rick Biros, Founder/President, Carpe Diem Communications.
His wife, Stephania (Krelik) Biros died October 25, 2008.
Interestingly, back in the war years a Biro cost pounds 2 15s in Britain and production reached 30,000 in the first year.
DOUGLAS Antonina (Sirinski) Biros, 93, died Wednesday, October 28, in the Millbury Healthcare Center.
They will repel them on the beaches with their Biros.
Kralik) Biros, age 83, of 7 Batten Street, died Saturday, October 25, 2008 at Lawrence General Hospital, Lawrence, Mass.
Biro as its Executive Vice President & Chief Financial Officer.
Simon, who is currently in Japan, explained: "We thought about making Cliff Richard Biro pens.
ROBIN Thompson, perhaps understandably, misses the point when he suggests that Gordon Brown should write with a fine-tipped biro rather than a felt-tipped pen (Voice of the North, November 13).