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The Ideal Motor Car Company of Indianapolis, IN began making the Stutz racing cars in 1911. In 1913, the name was changed to the Stutz Motor Car Company of America, and passenger cars were made until 1935.
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Brookins, a 22-year-old cryptographer with the 28th Infantry Division's 112th Regiment, had reluctantly put on this outfit at the urging of his roommate, friend, and fellow corporal in the division's signal company, Harry Stutz.
Notes: Questions related to this RFP should be submitted in writing to Alicia Stutz, at astutz@englewoodgov.
Presentations will include, "Overview of rubber polymers," by Bob Ohm of Lion Copolymer, "Aerospace hydraulic fluids and seals," by Paul Roberts of Greene, Tweed; "Low temperature tests for aerospace seals," by Dilip De of Greene, Tweed; "New low temperature FKM seals for fuels," by Phil Schild of Solvay; "Injection molding rubber seals," by Rob Paladichuk of Mold Tech; "Bridging the gap between metal and plastics for the aerospace markets," by Shari Axelrod of Solvay; "Advances in 3D printing of plastic parts," by Ben Arnold of Stratasys, and Chris Tanks of Prism Engineering; and "Advanced composites for aero applications," by Samuel Stutz of Greene, Tweed.
The purpose of offering a commercial line to consumers is to equip them with the proper tools to perform home butchering--whether on cuts of meat purchased from a farm, butcher shop or supermarket, Rene Stutz, president and CEO of Victorinox Swiss Army, North America, told HFN.
And this week I had the pleasure of joining Bette and her Restoration Project up at 119th Street next to Public School 96 where we dedicated a new garden next to the school in the name of the late Geraldine Stutz, once the fabled president of Henri Bendel.
Of course engaging with customers is crucial, but you can't hope to do that effectively if you can't get the people in your company to engage with each other," Stutz said.
LITTLE Things Mean a Lot was written by Edith Lindeman and Carl Stutz in 1953.
Phil Stutz and Barry Michels, who have over 60 years of psychotherapeutic experience between them, helped their A-list clients work through whatever has held them back - be it insecurity, trauma, anger, lack of willpower, negativity or avoidance -- and achieve their greatest work and find a deep level of fulfilment.
Xcel spokesperson Mark Stutz calls the difference of 5.
They are the work of Michael Stutz, a California-based sculptor who installed the $350,000 "Four Faces" earlier this month.
The opening chapters narrate the racing and promoting antics of James Gordon Bennett, Willie Vanderbilt, and Barney Oldfield while later chapters describe the technical advances achieved in cars produced by Mercer, Stutz, Mason, Dusenberg, and Peugot.
Back in 2003, Dave Stutz, in his parting letter to Microsoft, wrote a prescient line about the future of technology: "Useful software written above the level of the single device will command high margins for a long time to come.