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Since the day it opened as Sign Company in Kansas City, Forerunner Signs & Graphics has strived to help small business owners get the LED signs they need to help attract attention to their stores.
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The move to become a City Region Forerunner would be a natural development of all the work which has gone on over the past decade.
The new Forerunner 301 incorporates some advanced features including a digitally coded heart-rate monitor to enable the more serious athletes to create an integrated personal-training program.
Twenty years ago, McKee and her band, alt-country forerunner Lone Justice, was expected to conquer the music world.
The player's MP3 encoder is based on the one found in that tape-cassette-shaped forerunner, the RAVEMETAL RM200M, and will handle MP3, WMA and ADP audio files.
A forerunner in defining the BI software category, Cognos delivers the next level of competitive advantage -- Corporate Performance Management (CPM) -- achieved through the strategic application of BI on an enterprise scale.
ConvaTec is a forerunner in the manufacture and sale of ostomy, wound and skin care products.
His rector, the Rev Harold Goddard, said the Forerunner Trust, set up last November to run St John's, could be transferred after Mr Raven's working contract runs out at the church on January 31, 2002.
However, his decision to step down in 1975 at the age of 51 was described as "a surprise move" in the Canadian Churchman, the forerunner of the Anglican Journal.
The ASB views the MD&A attest service as a forerunner to some of the services CPAs are--and should be-- performing.
The Fordham practice has been a forerunner in exploring what might be termed `moderate solutions' to environmental problems -- and opportunities -- posed by function, site, budget and/or building form and this book is much to its credit.