Dowst

n.1.A dowse.
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Ezat Gul, Nasim Kaka, Niak Mohammad, Noor Rehman, Ameer Jan, Naseeb Khan, Moqam, Dowst Mohammad Wazir Zada, Bakht Shad, Dawa Khan, Sayed Mohammad, Khanu Kaka, Arshid Khan, Sayed Rehaman, Fazal Rehman, Fazal Rabi were also present on this occasion.
The first American company to produce diecast cars was the Dowst Brothers Manufacturing Co.
In 1901, the Dowst Brothers produced their first cast car, which resembled an Oldsmobile.
The national outdoor media fell in love with the lightweight (15-ounce), ultra-efficient portable cooker that inventors Jerry Aspinwall and Perry Dowst introduced to the market late last year.
integrated a pot, burner, heat exchanger, canister, and insulator into a single unit to promote efficient fuel use, said chief technology officer, Perry Dowst.
A Chicago publishing company, Dowst, had developed the technology of casting lead alloys for typesetting.
Joint programs include reducing supply chain inventories (Cooper, Ellram, Gardner, and Hanks, 1997; Dowst, 1988), new product development and product portfolio management (Cooper, Lambert, and Pagh, 1997; Drozdowski, 1986; Wasti and Liker, 1997), and design of quality control and delivery systems (Treleven, 1987).
Dowst (1984) compared purchasing's role in new product development between 1980 and 1984.
Dowst, "International Buying--The Facts and Foolishness," Purchasing, June 25, 1987, pp.
28)Somerby Dowst, "Computer is Strategy Tool for Deere & Co.
Our top ranking is a testament to our ongoing commitment to the nation's small businesses," said Jon Dowst, small business lending and SBA executive at Bank of America.
The Chicago publishing and printing company, Dowst, had developed the technology of casting lead alloys for typesetting.