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  • proper noun An English matronymic surname, variant of Malin.

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Examples

  • Ed Mallen is the President and CEO of TimeTrade Systems, 25-year software industry veteran, surfer for many decades and an avid cyclist and runner.

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  • "What we try to do," Mallen says, "is clarify the line and reduce the competitive pressure to step over it."

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  • It's going to help provide clarity, says David Mallen of the Council of Better Business Bureaus.

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  • Atkins pondered the possibilities and approached Joseph P. Mallen, the president of Boeing Vertol, which had designed a tiltrotor once upon a time and built a tilt-wing.

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  • This was why Bell president Jim Atkins had offered Boeing Vertol president Joe Mallen a 50—50 partnership when they first met, rather than the 60—40 split Atkins would have preferred, or at least 51—49 so Bell could be in control.

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  • "I'm also starting to research my autumn/winter wardrobe," Mallen adds, "but I can't quite bring myself to buy a coat just yet."

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  • The company had bid against Bell for the XV-15 back in 1972, and some Boeing engineers had been working on tiltrotor designs when they learned Joe Mallen had agreed to team with Bell for the JVX.

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  • Boeing Vertol was experienced in building big helicopters with cabins large enough to hold twenty-four troops, which Atkins knew would be one of the JVX requirements, and Mallen and Lehman had a personal relationship.

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  • On October 10, 1985, Horner, Joe Mallen of Boeing Vertol, and two top executives from their parent companies—Beverly Dolan, chief executive officer of Bell corporate parent Textron Inc., and Lionel Alford, a senior vice president of Boeing—went to the Pentagon hoping to reason with Lehman.

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  • On the evening of Friday, November 9, 1984, Boeing Vertol president Joe Mallen was at the glitzy Washington Hilton Hotel, shuffling through the reception line at the annual Marine Corps Birthday Ball, when he came to John Lehman.

    The Dream Machine

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