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Sun

A unit of length in Japan equivalent to approximately 30 millimeters.
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HFN REPORT-Housewares pundits see clear and present advantages in Sunbeam becoming a card-carrying member of Microsoft's Universal Plug and Play Forum.
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.
It also found that Sunbeam negligently designed the heater and that Sunbeam was negligent in its warnings.
Ian Stanfield, senior engineer at <BBeaulieu, at the wheel of the 350hp Sunbeam with the restoration team
Campbell sold the Sunbeam after his second land speed record and it passed through a number of owners and it was in a poor condition when purchased by Lord Montagu in 1957, for his everexpanding motor museum, where it was restored to working order.
Once we reach the island, we connect patients using a Polycom VSX video conferencing system installed on the Sunbeam to physicians on the mainland at seven locations also equipped with Polycom video solutions.
Coroalles explained that Petters' logistics and low-cost manufacturing relationships enable Sunbeam to offer premium features to the midmarket.
Because of these failings, Maas ordered the jury to take as granted that Morgan Stanley and Sunbeam acted together in the fraud.
Sadly, the Sunbeam Lotus ceased production that year as Talbot struggled to arrest sliding sales.
Sunbeam is a market leader in the scales category, marketing the top three brands--Healthometer, Sunbeam and Counselor.
The crisis that had beset Sunbeam placed major strains on the supplier's relationships with retailers, he acknowledges.
MIAMI - Led by then-Chairman and CEO Al Dunlap, former Sunbeam Corp.