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“He'd call Mizelle from back in Richmond, tell him there's nothing to Sauer, let Mizelle down gently.”
“Rob Mizelle , senior designer for backpacks and luggage at Lands' End, part of Sears Holdings Corp., says ergonomic features on its backpacks include C-shaped shoulder straps that contour to the body, pack bottoms that angle up so the weight moves down closer to the child's back and compression straps that hold weight closer to a child's back to help posture and balance.”
“Mizelle confirmed the price difference is related to the tax Canadians have to pay on blank CDs, which allegedly goes into a slush fund of sorts, to compensate musicians for lost revenues due to piracy.”
“Taking a crushed packet of Marlboros out of the jacket, Mizelle tapped the bottom, then offered it to Brannon.”
“Mizelle hung the garment on a wire hanger that still had the strip of cardboard used to protect pants.”
“Windows lined the three exterior walls while the interior wall to his left was covered with black and white photographs of young women, doubtless the Mizelle daughters.”
“Mizelle pressed on, though, and went through a door into what he called the den.”
“Mizelle took two last drags into his lungs and out his nose.”
“Yes, Mr. Brannon," said Mizelle as he handed over a white cup of steaming amber liquid.”
“Mizelle feigned opening a Japanese type fan, with a swish of the wrist.”
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