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World-class companies like Ford, John Deere, Harley-Davidson, Tyson and others have already recognized the value of reusable packaging in moving product faster, better, safer and more cost-effectively.
It has provided romance, adventure, danger - and sometimes all three - for thespians as diverse as Harrison Ford, John Wayne, Mitzi Gaynor, Elvis Presley and Sarah Jessica Parker.
There is also Hepburn's candid assessment of some of the great names of cinema from past and present -with Ralph Richardson, Harrison Ford, John Travolta and Julia Roberts smiled upon, and Laurence Olivier, Meryl Streep, Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Woody Allen panned.
One photograph tided "Titans of Industry" pictured him alongside Thomas Edison, Henry Ford, John D.
Orson Wells said there were three great movie directors - John Ford, John Ford and John Ford.
Amongst the stars already booked in for the September 1 to 10 event are Tommy Lee Jones, Harrison Ford, John Cusack, Morgan Freeman and Mathew McConaughey.
If you think this is common in mainstream literature, read the recent spate of over-praised "dick-lit" by Richard Ford, John Updike, and Martin Amis, with their misogynistic, absurdly male views, or the equally misanthropic "clit-lit" of Joyce Carol Oates, Lorrie Moore, and Melissa Banks, with their equally unwaveringly female views.
With Michael Sarrazin, Brenda Scott, Don Stroud, Rex Ingram, Michael Burns, Paul Petersen, Harrison Ford, John Doucette, Noah Beery Jr, Michael Vincent, Tisha Sterling, James Gammon, Brian Avery, Robert Pine, Sean Kennedy, Clarke Gordon, Wesley Lau, Albert Popwell, Bing Russell 1968 PP
Kim Basinger, Harrison Ford, John Travolta and Jack Nicholson are among the presenters.
edu), a professor of sociology at the University of Georgia, is researching "difficult reputations," including those of Benedict Arnold, Warren Harding, Henry Ford, John Brown, and Joseph McCarthy.
Demingism requires hands-on leadership from the top: Don Peterson of Ford, John Hudiberg of Florida Power and Light, Thomas Frist Jr.
It provides obsolete components for Allis Chalmers, Farmall, International, Ford, John Deere, Case and Massey Ferguson equipment, among others.