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In sharp contrast, the Framers deliberately made the federal election districts huge so the average American would have less influence on elected representatives.
Framers like Claudia put baby slippers, sports jerseys, antiques, and other personal keepsakes on display.
About a fifth of all picture framers work part-time.
2) The Simi Valley Fastframe's owners, Arnie and Elaine Shinder, and framer Joe Portillo show off some of their finished work for the Reagan Library collection.
The POSIC2G device offers a flexible platform solution for our framer requirements," said Philip Kruzinski, director of hardware engineering at Luminous Networks.
If your framer isn't familiar with panels and is reluctant to give you a price' break, find framers experienced with panels.
One effective way to make sure a frame can support its own weight is to build a strainer frame directly into the surrounding decorative frame, suggested Sue Davis of Master Framer Inc.
The Virginia-based Professional Picture Framers Association chose Hermann and 16 other artisans as the top custom picture framers in the country.
The TEMUX 336 is a single-chip solution integrating OC-12/STM-4 or 4xOC-3/STM-1 SONET/SDH framers for working and protect links, 336/252 T1/E1 framers, 12 DS3/E3 framers, 12 M13/G.
According to Gartner Dataquest (Fiber Optic Food Chain, March 2001), the annual worldwide market for OC-192 and OC-768 framers is set to grow from US$79 million in 2000 to US$2 billion in 2004.
Ask your framer to use ultraviolet filtering glass or Plexiglas to limit the effects.
It allows 40 Gbps signals to be transported on a narrow interface between framers, FEC devices, and optical interfaces," said Physical Link Layer Working Group chair, David Stauffer of IBM.