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United States illustrator whose works present a sentimental idealized view of everyday life (1894-1978)

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During that period, Rockwell was the only illustrator whose works were on display at the site, located on the banks of the Missouri River.
Among the various hardness test methods, the Rockwell hardness (HR) test is the most widely used method for testing metals and other materials due to its simplicity and quickness of execution.
Perhaps this is because in Rockwell those elements are obstacles to conventional connoisseur-ship--they have no richness, at least not as paint.
Rockwell was born in 1894, a year before Oscar Wilde's "indecency" trials damned the literary virtuoso's career for offending public decorum.
He had a vision of this college into the decades that followed him,'' said Al Adelini, former counselor and division chair of students services, who was hired by Rockwell and retired this year after 30 years at the college.
Rockwell Automation has made significant investments in developing solutions that span process and discrete applications," said Kevin Zaba, Rockwell Automation director, process marketing.
He and Rockwell shared their very first studio, the hayloft of a barn in New Rochelle.
Marling, whose staggering knowledge of Americana extends from King Vidor to refrigerator design, is the perfect companion in Rockwell Country.
Simonelli has spent nearly a decade researching Rockwell and today is often called upon to debunk neo-Nazi propaganda in public and media forums.
This acquisition is a winning combination for Anzus and Rockwell Collins," said Phil Yanni, co-founder, Anzus Inc.
The young Norm Rockwell wanted to be a baseball player but he didn't have the physical qualities to achieve much success in sports,'' Woodard said.
SALT LAKE CITY -- Evans & Sutherland Computer Corporation (E&S(R)) (Nasdaq:ESCC) -- today announced that it has entered into a definitive agreement to sell its simulation business to Rockwell Collins, Inc.
The Rockwell Science Center has been making history in technology for more than three decades, but increasingly faces customers who want less expensive products sooner.
The transaction is subject to customary closing conditions, including regulatory and Evans & Sutherland shareholder approval, and is expected to close during the third quarter of Rockwell Collins' 2006 fiscal year (second calendar quarter).
Each of the 321 Post cover images Rockwell executed over a 46-year relationship with the magazine conveyed a message - often humorous, sometimes poignant - that was unmistakably clear.
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