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Eppsteiner and Fiorica and Milstein, Adelman & Kreger Report Lawsuit Certified as Class Action Against Pella Subidiary, Viking Industries

In a decision released April 10, 2009, Judge Carter Holly of the California Superior Court for San Joaquin County certified a Class Action lawsuit (case number CV025771) against Pella Corporation subsidiary Viking Industries. Los Angeles, California (Lexis Nexis) Apri...

Special Olympics Minnesota's 2009 Summer Games Continue

... 100) from 2:30-5:30 p.m. Athletes will be greeted by former Minnesota viking Joey Browner this morning in Olympic Town. Browner will appear on stage at 10 a.m. along with former Minnesota viking Matt Blair. Browner currently serves the Central Corridor Light Rail Transi...

Avon-ISI Launches New Web Site, Toll-free Technical Support Line; Introduces ISI as Fire Market Brand

...n, such as descriptions, approvals, user focus, features and options that viewers can select. Many of the company's flagship products -- including the viking Z Seven self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) -- can now be viewed from all sides, due to the rotating 360-degree photography. Users can also stop...

Senior Housing and Services Provider Ecumen Welcomes Jim Klobuchar to Its Changing Aging Blog

...e summit ridge of the Eiger in the Alps and from the edge of a sand trap. He was invited to lunch by royalty and to a fist fight by the late Minnesota viking football coach, Norm Van Brocklin. As an energetic builder of communities, he has found a way to teach football clinics for women and to lead 500...

Global Warming: Lessons of History Help the Future

...onged drought wiped out the advanced Mayan civilisation at Tikal, in modern-day Mexico, around a thousand years ago. And in the 15th century, the last viking settlement in Greenland petered out, a victim of the "Little Ice Age" that brought bitter chill to northern latitudes after several balmy centuries. ...

Keep a Cool Head on Hot, Humid Days to Avoid Heat Stroke

...ppens all too frequently. There have been several highly publicized reports of athletes dying from heat stroke in recent years, most notably Minnesota viking Korey Stringer, who died August 1, 2001, after developing multi-organ system failure. Players at the high school and college level fell victim in rece...
VIKING in Medical Products

ACS VIKING

Description: The ACS VIKING Guiding Catheter provides support to enhance the navigation of interventional device under adverse conditions. It gives you dependable transport to successfully guide you to your destination in cardiac interventions. It gives you performance in a variety of clinical situations and t...
Company:Guidant Corporation

VIKING Coronary Guide Catheter

Description:... Interventions, like all important missions, require dependable transport to successfully guide you to your destination. The viking Guiding Catheter gives you this dependability. So you can set your sights on the intervention and not have to think about your guiding catheter....
Company:Abbott Vascular
VIKING in Medical Dictionary

Seasickness

...e informational needs. ... Question: I understand that a new seasickness patch is on the market. ... seasickness . 40 pound cobia caught at the viking 124A rig off Orange Beach, AL, 19JUN9 ... seasickness . Jace catches his first Sailfish in WPBch during the ... About 90% of people will experi...
VIKING in Biological News

Unravelling the Northwest's Viking past

The blood of the Vikings is still coursing through the veins of men living in the North West of England according to a new study which has been just published. Focusing on the Wirral in Merseyside and West Lancashire the study of 100 men, whose surnames were in existence as far back as medieva...

Laser fluorescence could find life on Mars

...and requires only electrical power to operate, conserving precious water and other consumable resources for sister instruments," he said. Since the viking mission to Mars 30 years ago, no mission to Mars has focused exclusively on searching for evidence of organic material or biological activity, Storrie...

Phoenix mission to Mars will search for climate clues

...rts & Sciences at Washington University in St. Louis. Arvidson has extensive experience in planetary landing operations. He participated in the two viking Lander missions in 1976 and has spent the past four years, first helping select the landing site for the 2004 Mars Exploration Rover (MER) mission, th...

New book expands biological classifications to account for 'alien' life

...om Earth. Ward presents his new model in a book called "Life As We Do Not Know It: The NASA Search for (and Synthesis of) Alien Life," published by viking and being released Thursday. The new system is already necessary, he said, because "alien" life has been created in laboratories on Earth. That includ...

Life detection instrument passes key test on road to Mars

...ays with microfluidic channels are 100 to 1,000 times more sensitive for amino acid detection than the original life detection instrument flown on the viking Landers in the 1970s. The Atacama Desert was selected by NASA scientists as one of the key spots to test instruments destined for Mars, primarily b...
VIKING in Biological Technology

Whats in a name? Quite a bit, when youre competing in biotech

...and outdoor attractions. Washington State said Innovation is Our Nature. Arizona was Beautiful for Bioscience. History was a theme, as well. With a viking ship in the background, Norways sign announced that Discovery is in our Genes. Some of the bigger biotech states werent shy about reminding visitor...
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Unsolved problems in biology

...? What explain the differences between Human and Neanderthal Fossils ? viking 's methane. The viking lander detected emissions of carbon-14-containing methane, which indicates ...

Astrobiology

...he world. Missions that have specifically searched for life include the viking and Beagle 2 probes, both directed to Mars . The viking results were inconclusive and Beagle 2 failed to reach the surface of Mars....
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