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  2. Bathroom - Wikipedia

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    The design of a bathroom must account for the use of both hot and cold water, in significant quantities, for cleaning the body. The water is also used for moving solid and liquid human waste to a sewer or septic tank. Water may be splashed on the walls and floor, and hot humid air may cause condensation on cold surfaces.

  3. Al Mar Knives - Wikipedia

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    Mar was a non-commissioned officer. After serving in the Army, Mar earned a master's degree in industrial design from Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California. His masters thesis was building and launching a working 2 man submarine. Upon graduating he went to work for an industrial design firm in Los Angeles in 1967.

  4. The Home Depot - Wikipedia

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    In 2008 and 2009, with the downturn in the housing market, The Home Depot announced the layoff of several thousand associates, as well as the closing of 54 stores nationwide, including the entire EXPO Design Center chain. Associates at EXPO were allowed to re-apply for Home Depot jobs after the layoffs, and did not lose any tenure if hired back ...

  5. Fox Sports (United States) - Wikipedia

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    History Establishment. When the Fox Broadcasting Company launched in October 1986, the network's management, having seen how sports programming (in particular, soccer events) played a critical role in the growth of the British satellite service BSkyB, determined that sports would be the type of programming that would ascend Fox to a major network status the quickest; as a result, Fox tried to ...

  6. Gerber Legendary Blades - Wikipedia

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    The Gerber/Emerson Alliance: The first automatic knife made by either company is based on the profile of Emerson Knives, Inc.'s earlier Raven knife design and is an issued item to certain military units under the NSN (NATO Stock Numbers): 5110-01-516-3243 and 5110-01-516-3244.

  7. Fiskars - Wikipedia

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    Fiskars Group (also known as Fiskars Oyj Abp or Fiskars Corporation, and until 1998 as Fiskars Oy Ab) is a Finnish group company.The company has its roots in the village of Fiskars (in the town of Raseborg, about 100 kilometres (62 mi) west of Helsinki), where it was founded in 1649.

  8. List of superstores - Wikipedia

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    Guitar Center - music equipment; Half Price Books - used books, music, videos, games, magazines; Hastings Entertainment - used books, music, videos, games, magazines (defunct) hhgregg - home electronics (defunct) Hobby Lobby - arts and crafts supplies; The Home Depot - hardware, lumber, plants, gardening supplies; HomeGoods - housewares

  9. NASCAR on Fox - Wikipedia

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    Background. On November 11, 1999, NASCAR signed a contract that awarded the U.S. television rights to its races to four networks (two that would hold the broadcast television rights and two that would hold the cable television rights), split between Fox and sister cable channel FX, and NBC and TBS (whose rights were later assumed by TNT) starting with the 2001 season.