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Most importantly, while the strong cash flow, the growing revenue components, and the long-dated debt maturity schedule of Lee are attractive characteristics for any company in any industry, Wingspan believes them to be particularly valuable in the current environment of industry consolidation that the newspaper publishing industry finds itself in today.
This giant stork, which has just taken up residence at a Midland wildlife park, has one of the longest wingspans in the world.
The new Wingspan subsidiary will experience few, if any, noticeable changes under the new ownership, according to Steven Horne, president and chief executive officer of Wingspan.
These compelling post-market data about the Wingspan stent provide an opportunity for the FDA to show to industry, the clinical community and most of all to patients that the agency is serious about exercising its authority by withdrawing the HDE immediately and insisting on a recall to ensure the devices on the U.
From the analysis above, the forward- bending wingspan can improve the character of stall and working condition.
Emma Butt gets up close and personal with a silver morphos butterfly which will have a seven inch wingspan when it is fully grown.
Wingspan is being introduced to the most experienced neurovascular centers in the country.
I've not seen this particular bird,but a six-foot wingspan is unusually large.
Paolo Viscardi, flight physiologist at the University of Leeds, said each of Santa's reindeer would need a wingspan of up to 30 feet with a surface area of at least 96 square feet -greater than any living creature.
Paolo Viscardi, flight physiologist at the University of Leeds, said each of Santa's reindeer would need a wingspan of up to 30ft with a surface area of at least 96 sq ft - greater than any living creature.
The E-2 and C-2 have the largest wingspan of any aircraft that operate from the deck of a carrier.