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2014-03-20 20:21:42

Dr. Rose-Marie Fay of Sugar Land, TX has been honored with a recognition by H Texas in its selection of "Houston's Top Dentists 2014." SUGAR LAND, Texas, March 20, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ --Announcing a special recognition appearing in the February, 2014 issue of H Texas published by Quality Publishing Services, Inc.. Dr. Rose-Marie Fay was selected for the following honor: "Houston's Top Dentists 2014" http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnvar/20140320/DC87857 Dr. Rose-Marie Fay...

2009-12-09 15:34:00

NEW YORK, Dec. 9 /PRNewswire/ -- The Keller Fay Group (kellerfay.com) today announced that NBC Universal has selected the word of mouth market research company to monitor and analyze viewers' brand-related conversations that will take place during the 2010 Winter Olympics. Word of mouth measurement is a new addition to NBC Universal's Olympics research initiative for 2010, part of a high profile suite of research activities that NBC Universal has dubbed "The Billion Dollar Lab." Keller...

2009-02-02 10:54:46

Volunteer weather watchers in Florida who are part of a nationwide observation network did a great job monitoring Tropical Storm Fay, experts say. Melissa Griffin, the co-state coordinator for the Community Collaborative Rain, Hail & Snow Network in Florida, said her branch was able to collect vital information regarding the 2008 storm that was then passed along to the National Weather Service, USA Today said Monday. By having a dense network of dedicated observers, Florida CoCoRaHS was...

2008-08-29 18:00:23

By TERESA STEPZINSKI BRUNSWICK - Tropical Storm Fay is gone, but marine trash including plastic bottles, light bulbs and broken chunks of plastic foam remain in her wake, trashing the area's marshes. Wrack, which is dead marine and marsh vegetation, occurs naturally, but the storm blew man-made trash into the mix and left it packed against the shoreline, said Spud Woodward, Georgia Department of Natural Resources assistant director for marine fisheries. "Wrack is Mother Nature's...

2008-08-24 00:00:02

By Sadie Gray Eleven people have died in Florida in havoc wreaked by tropical storm Fay, which has hit the state four times since arriving from the Gulf of Mexico on Monday. Most storms pass through Florida within a couple of days but Fay has set a record by hitting land then retreating out to sea four times, most recently yesterday, when 20ins of rain fell in some areas and others were raked by 45mph winds. Among the deaths, at least three people were thought to have been killed in...

2008-08-23 15:00:04

Tropical Storm Fay remains deadly after its unprecedented six Florida landfalls, say officials. They point to a death toll of 11 in Florida, including one death by carbon-monoxide poisoning, two drownings, seven killed in traffic accidents and, most recently, an electric company linesman electrocuted in Gadsen County Friday evening, The Miami Herald reported Saturday. Dangers from downed trees and power lines, as well as flooded roads and homes, could even increase as Fay crosses the...

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This word ultimately comes from the Medieval Latin 'cappa,' cloak.