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Sun

A unit of length in Japan equivalent to approximately 30 millimeters.
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Sunbeam first received funding from the office of Head Start in 2015 through CCP 1, which helped the organization provide quality Early Head Start services to 240 young children.
After the war he married Phyllis in 1945 and used the money from the sale of Sunbeam Dawn to buy the couple's first home in Hertfordshire.
Hundreds of people viewing the classic cars on the beach; right, Donald Campbell's daughter Gina in the Sunbeam Tiger ANDREW TEEBAY
However, plaintiffs' counsel noted that Sunbeam's project manager testified that the automatic safety switch was on the heater to prevent fires.
He added: "For the next stage of the Sunbeam's restoration story, we need to build a new gearbox from scratch."
Sir Malcolm <BCampbell in record-breaking mood driving the Sunbeam in 1924
Don said: "I am really looking forward to driving the 350hp Sunbeam, which is the car that gave my grandfather his first Land Speed Record.
Weather permitting, the Sunbeam travels twice a month to the islands to facilitate virtual visits with primary care physicians.
Famous Sunbeams from the past were dusted off to publicize the new model.
Carlos Coroalles, vice president of licensing at Jarden Consumer Solutions, said that because Sunbeam has been a leader in small kitchen appliances, this migration to kitchen white goods is a natural step for the company.
Because of these failings, Maas ordered the jury to take as granted that Morgan Stanley and Sunbeam acted together in the fraud.
The Chrysler Sunbeam, launched in 1977, was hurried through development to catch the tail of the hatchback craze though, unlike many of its competitors it stuck with rear wheel drive.