American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A former federation of Italian-held territories in eastern Africa, including Ethiopia, Eritrea, and part of present-day Somalia. It was formed in 1936 and lasted until the British World War II invasion of 1941.
“ROMANS: Downsized from Newell-Rubbermaid, she's joined union leaders and Ohio Democrats in a campaign against Wal-Mart's business model.”
“Martinez bought the million-square-foot Mirro Drive complex for $4.5 million from Newell-Rubbermaid on Dec. 30, 2003, calling it a "bargain basement price.”
“Three-hundred and thirty people lost their jobs in October of 2008 when Newell-Rubbermaid closed Irwin Tools.”
“Newell-Rubbermaid profit drops, but not as much as expected”
“It is possible, but unlikely Laxson said, that Martinez could wind up again owning the plant he bought from Newell-Rubbermaid for $4.5 million in December 2003.”
“Doolittle said Newell-Rubbermaid also has worked with Nebraska Workforce Development and other agencies to help Vise-Grip employees find new work.”
“But even if they had, Doolittle said, Vise-Grip - a highly recognizable brand - is an important part of the company and not one Newell-Rubbermaid would likely part with.”
“Doolittle would not say whether anyone had offered to buy Vise-Grip from Newell-Rubbermaid, something community and state leaders had hoped could happen.”
“Spokesman David Doolittle said Newell-Rubbermaid is working with state, county and local groups to find a new use for the Vise-Grip building.”
“His opponent, Kleeb, has also criticized the package, pointing out that when Newell-Rubbermaid closed its Beatrice plant in 2006, the company offered up to 20 weeks of severance pay.”
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