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I initially evaluated breaking strengths of the cinch stop breakaway (CSB) mechanism in the laboratory by measuring the breaking force by cinching down CSB snares until the mechanism released on a front leg collected from a female moose (circumference = 22.
Although Spic and Span and Cinch are highly profitable and recognizable consumer brands, they are no longer a strategic fit for us," said Mike Clasper, president of global home care, P&G.
After the slipcovers are draped and tucked, but before skirting, a cinch band fits over the cover.
Petsche is an ideal fit for our distribution network," said Tom Ryan, sales channel manager of Cinch.
Tagged as a 'miracle', the Cinch is claimed by its makers to help women lose weight and shave inches off their waistlines if worn 24 hours a day for six weeks.
The heavy-duty cutting bar and chain makes slicing logs and branches of all densities and sizes a cinch.
Consider labeling the hoses so reconnecting them is a cinch.
There was a time when it was a cinch for the family patriarch to choose who would inherit the family fortune and take control of the family business.
Fibreco, which had trailing twelve month revenue of approximately $7 million, will join Gigacom Interconnect AB, which we acquired in March 2012, as part of Bel's Cinch Connectors business.
Cinch Energy specializes in pipeline construction, gathering facilities, treatment facilities, integrity work and a range of pipeline related field services.
com) and its divisions, including Cinch Connectors, is primarily engaged in the design, manufacture, and sale of products used in networking, telecommunications, high-speed data transmission, commercial aerospace, military, transportation, and consumer electronics.
Internet-based Cinch makes it possible for consumers to order high quality laboratory tests at much more affordable prices, without the additional expense of a doctor's visit.