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Gabriel added, "Independent Electric Supply is a company whose organization and employee base exemplifies Sonepar's most critical characteristics of a customer-centric organization with strong local leadership and local brands.
The text contains Kastner's introductory overview of the genre's development over the past half-century; a survey text by Brian Wallis (International Center of Photography, New York) charting the most significant aesthetic and critical characteristics of land and environmental art; and a compilation of key works, by such notables as Michael Heizer, Nancy Holt, Robert Smithson, Christo, Walter de Maria, Richard Long, and Dennis Oppenheim, accompanied by extended captions.
Eric and Rebecca share these critical characteristics and bring the necessary leadership and vision to elevate Mont Blanc Gourmet within the specialty beverage industry," said Michael Szyliowicz, cofounder and chocolatier at Mont Blanc Gourmet.
95 Spiral Binding TH9446 This compact reference for firefighters and other first responders provides quick access to information on the critical characteristics of a wide range of hazardous materials.
In this article, we describe two critical characteristics that our Army must maintain in the transformation from Div Artys to Fires Brigades.
With respect to information systems and technology, a critical characteristic of information is that if it is not captured and cataloged when it appears or becomes available, it is frequently lost and not recoverable.
After price and size, other critical characteristics are "capacity and power (efficiency), because people want to use these devices for longer periods of time," said Holt.
Inovpack's Fresh Wrap[TM] barrier shrink lidding film combines all of the critical characteristics required by the case ready market.