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Jill, the Epicenter Collection now affords the opportunity for today's highly successful catalogers, e-tailers and brands to open retail stores in some of the nation's premier shopping destinations with lower risk.
We are excited to work with Epicenter in capturing the innovative spirit of the Epicenter Collection," said Jay Valgora, design principal of WalkerGroup.
EpiCenter features a number of innovations developed by HMS for its public health clients.
3 on the Richter scale and both had their epicenters in Sofia.
Shaken by the Quakes: With the two losses at Rancho Cucamonga earlier this season, the JetHawks have dropped eight of their previous 11 games at the Epicenter dating back to 1997.
Where typical approaches require companies to add users and ports in total box upgrades, the Epicenter solution features modular, pay-as-you-grow expansion.
The epicenter was 60 km southeast of the city of Blagoevgrad, and 16 km northwest of the village of Garmen at a depth of 12 km.
He denied reports of the various American websites, which said the epicenter was in Xiang in China.
3 quake's epicenter was near Jenai township in Nantou County in central Taiwan, about 250 kilometers south of Taipei, the Central Weather Bureau said.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- The powerful earthquake which jolted Southeastern Iran and several other countries across the region a few hours ago has injured only 12 people for its epicenter was located in the depth of 95 kilometers reducing its impact to the size of a magnitude-4 quake on the surface, officials said Tuesday evening.
The epicenter of the quake was located 102 kilometers (63 miles) west of Craig, Alaska, the USGS said.
The epicenter of the quake was reported in Maine, but residents from Fitchburg and Athol south to Northbridge and Brimfield reported several seconds of trembling.