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Certified organic dyehouse expands BIDDEFORD, Maine (PRWEB) February 23, 2015 Preparing for expansion, Maine Textiles International has named Mark W.
Grant to support construction of new facility in downtown Pensacola PENSACOLA, Fla., Feb. 16, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- The James M.
RoboVent (http://www.robovent.com), a leading U.S.
CALGARY, Feb. 3, 2015 /CNW/ - Black Spruce Merchant Capital Corp. ("BSMC"), is pleased to announce the opening of our new office in Edmonton, Alberta.
On completion in 2016, the Royal Alberta will be the largest museum in western Canada. Oolitic, Ind.
Excavating Blackbeard’s flagship vessel, the Queen Anne’s Revenge, archaeologists have uncovered a large amount of medical supplies, indicating that the famous pirate worked hard to keep his crew in good health.
Pecora-Deck(TM) - Versatile pedestrian and vehicular traffic protection HARLEYSVILLE, Pa., Jan.
Price of energy a topic of opening day meeting of world leaders MILWAUKEE, Jan.
ANNAPOLIS, Md., Jan. 15, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- PharmAthene, Inc.
WHITEHORSE, YT, Jan.
Cartercar is a vehicle manufacturer, founded by Byron J. Carter in 1905, Jackson, Michigan. The company moved to Detroit in 1906, then to Pontiac, Michigan from 1907 to 1915. Originally, Carter started his own company named the Motorcar Company in 1905 after leaving the Jackson Automobile Company. At the end of the year, he moved to Detroit due to financing. The company was renamed the Cartercar Company in 1907 when it relocated to Pontiac, Michigan and merged with the Pontiac High...
The Sega Nomad is a handheld gaming console also known as the Sega Genesis Nomad. It was released by Sega on October 13, 1995 as a portable version of the home based unit the Sega Genesis. This unit is one of the few systems that can play most of the games from any region without an adapter. The system sold around one million units before it was discontinued in 1997. It was codenamed Project Venus during its development as Sega’s policy during that era was to name their systems after...
The Fairchild Channel F is a game console manufactured by Fairchild Semiconductor that was released in August 1976. It was the first programmable ROM cartridge-based video game console as well as the first to use a microprocessor. The original name for the system was the Video Entertainment System, but when Atari released their VCS the name was changed to Channel F. By 1977 sales had reached 250,000 and was second to the Atari VCS. The Channel F, using an F8 CPU, produced enough AI to use...
- Withering but not falling off, as a blossom that persists on a twig after flowering.