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2011-01-09 00:43:24

Bead Industries, Inc. announced the purchase of the assets of Autoswage Products' tubular and square wire swaging operation on Thursday December 30, 2010. The acquisition will become part of the corporation's Bead Electronics Division based in Milford, CT. "This acquisition strengthens Bead's position in the very competitive electronics interconnect market", Mr. Bryant said. Milford, CT (PRWEB) January 7, 2011 Ken Bryant, CEO of Bead Industries, Inc. announced the purchase of the assets...

2010-11-11 09:36:00

AGOURA HILLS, Calif., Nov. 11, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- With the popularity of silver on the rise and more shoppers passing up cheap imports to buy gifts that offer enduring value, the U.S. jewelry sector will likely have a better-than-expected holiday season this year, predicted Stevan Buxbaum, president of Buxbaum Jewelry Advisors, an affiliate of Agoura Hills, Calif.-based Buxbaum Group. Nonetheless, the fight for those customers is bound to be fierce: Jewelers that stay soft-spoken and...

2010-11-09 06:00:00

DUDLEY, England, Nov. 9, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- The popular brand continues to win the hearts of fans around the world with its extensive collection of jewellery; the only problem is that, with so many charming pieces available, it's hard to know where to start. Pandora Completed Bracelets provide a simple, effective solution. They provide a beginning, middle and end to a piece of personal jewellery that the wearer can treasure forever. There are over 40 different combinations of Completed...

2010-10-05 07:00:00

COLUMBUS, Ga., Oct. 5 /PRNewswire/ -- This Sunday, October 10, NASCAR driver Carl Edwards and his crew will unveil a special new Aflac Duck Wingman Bead of Courage to show kids with serious illnesses like cancer that they are not alone in their fight against the disease. The new bead is part of the Aflac Duck's 10th birthday celebration, as the Aflac Duck shares his birthday wish for people across the nation to help give kids facing cancer renewed strength and a reason to smile. To view...

2010-08-12 10:13:00

MISSISSAUGA, Ontario, Aug. 12 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- CardioGenics Holdings Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: CGNH), developer of the ultra-sensitive QL Care(TM) Point-Of-Care (POC) analyzer and products for the immunoassay segment of the In-Vitro Diagnostics market, said its CardioGenics Inc. subsidiary completed its first shipment of commercial product of beads linked to biological material to Merck Chimie S.A.S. for use by Merck's customers in the production of antibodies and biologic drugs....

2010-07-15 15:56:50

New research accepted by the Journal of Molecular Recognition confirms that a revolutionary technology developed at Wake Forest University will slash years off the time it takes to develop drugs "“ bringing vital new treatments to patients much more quickly. Lab-on-Bead uses tiny beads studded with "pins" that match a drug to a disease marker in a single step, so researchers can test an infinite number of possibilities for treatments all at once. When Lab-on-Bead makes a match, it has...

2010-06-21 16:14:00

LOS ANGELES, June 21 /PRNewswire/ -- Sparkle Plenty Fine Beaded Jewellery, a Los Angeles-based jewelry studio offering one-of-a-kind and limited edition beaded jewelry and fashion accessories, kicks off the first day of summer with a Summer Sparkle Sweepstakes in Woman's World magazine. The sweepstakes runs through July 21 and is open to legal residents of the United States and Canada 18 years of age and older. Six lucky women will be randomly selected to win one of the following...

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2010-06-10 09:08:14

Researchers have discovered precisely why strands of some fluids containing long molecules called polymers form beads when stretched, findings that could be used to improve industrial processes and for administering drugs in "personalized medicine." "Any kindergartner is familiar with this beading phenomenon, which you can demonstrate by stretching a glob of saliva between your thumb and forefinger," said Osman Basaran, Purdue's Burton and Kathryn Gedge Professor of Chemical Engineering....

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2010-05-13 10:10:00

Soldiers, policemen and firemen risk their lives every day serving their country or community. Each day people stumble upon accidents or jump into frozen rivers to save survivors of plane crashes. We recognize these heroes for their acts of courage; medals, decorations and other rewards are bestowed upon them by an appreciative public official or superior officer. How do you recognize and encourage a young child fighting a battle against a life-threatening disease? A battle that is no less...

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2009-12-28 09:48:02

When archaeologist Ruth Iren Øien noticed a cluster of tiny iron beads in the ground, she knew she was onto something. She did not know, however, that her team had stumbled upon Scandinavia's oldest and most complex group of iron forges. And not only that, it would be months before Øien, with the Norwegian University of Science and Technology's Museum of Natural History and Archaeology, would discover the actual significance of her find. The...


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  • Color; hue; complexion.
This word is Middle English in origin.
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