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Steyr

(German ˈʃtaiər) or

Steier

n
(Placename) an industrial city in N central Austria, in Upper Austria. Pop: 39 340 (2001)
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1-800-SWEEPER, a nationwide service network of independently owned power sweeping companies, has named Ben Steyer as its executive director.
The Clean Energy for a Healthy Arizona campaign, backed by California Democratic billionaire Tom Steyer, filed its ballot measure with the Arizona Secretary of States Office on February 20.
Because they know we opposed their position," Common Sense CEO James Steyer said.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Harshly Anti-Republican Tom Steyer said he is ready to invest $30 million into the Democrats' efforts to regain control of Congress.
Tom Steyer, the investor, has poured millions of dollars into a national campaign of television and digital advertisements calling for Trump's removal from office.
Over the last six years, we have seen massive growth in media use and tablet ownership, and we haven't even begun to experience the explosion of new technologies like virtual reality and voice-activated assistants in our homes,' James Steyer, founder and CEO of Common Sense, said .
Mega-donor Tom Steyer launched the "(http://https://www.
additional poc: cindy steyer at 703-737-4007 or email: csteyer@leesburgva.
On Wednesday, California billionaire investor Tom Steyer, one of the Democratic Party's most prominent financial backers, issued a demand in a letter to Democrats to support removing him from office.
The away side were awarded a second spotkick with 10 minutes left but Gillespie was denied by Ilies Belkacem as Edusport hung with nine men as Angelo Steyer and Higgins saw red.
Lane Community College has named Bill Steyer as cross country coach.
With a group of radical Democrat prosecutors and lawmakers waging war on the free-speech rights of climate skeptics, a new report identifies billionaire "green" crony capitalist Tom Steyer as the chief financier--and financial beneficiary--of the controversial agenda.