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“Also, to make sure I remember which stays go to which shirt, I write on the back of the stays in Sharpie the colours or patterns on the shirt.”
“I wanted to write it in Sharpie on the back of my race number.”
“Because I don't want you to marry her, Sharpie, that is why.”
“Using a Sharpie is the preferred method by many of our members here.”
“The company, which makes brands such as Sharpie, Rolodex and Paper Mate, posted a fourth-quarter net loss of $256.7 million, or 93 cents a share, compared with year-earlier net income of $105.4 million, or 38 cents a share.”
“About 60% of the unit's sales are in the U.S., and the company hopes to export brands such as Sharpie more aggressively.”
“Newell Rubbermaid dropped 69 cents, or 9.5%, to 6.56, losing its designation as a large-capitalization stock as its market value moved under $2 billion, after the maker of staples such as Sharpie and Paper Mate pens cut its quarterly dividend 52% to five cents a share, the second time this year it cut the payout.”
“He's standing in front of a signs that say "Sharpie" and "Speedball.”
“The Atlanta-based consumer products company, with brands such as Sharpie, Rolodex and Paper Mate, reported net income of $92.5 million, or 33 cents a share, compared with $142.2 million, or 51 cents a share, a year earlier.”
“For example, Sharpie and Expo continue to lead the market with new and innovative products, such as Sharpie pen, Sharpie liquid pencil and Expo Washable dry erase markers.”
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