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  • Although the sub would probably not be used for mining — Nautilus's crunch-and-suck method makes more sense — it is another sign of how serious China is about exploiting the last frontier.

    Mining’s Final Frontier

  • In addition, the "cutter suction" technology pioneered by Nautilus — some version of which China presumably would adopt — minimizes how much sediment is stirred up, says Samantha Smith, Nautilus's environmental manager.

    Mining’s Final Frontier

  • Shareholder Sherborne Investors LP is pushing for new directors to Nautilus's board in an effort to change the fitness company's strategic plan.

    Nautilus Activity Reflects Hopes Tied to Meeting

  • Similar uncertainties about Nautilus's good faith led the court to deny attorney's fees on Icon's successful trademark infringement and false advertising claims.

    False marking and false advertising of exercise machines

  • Create Background Slideshow, and is added as an "Open with" option to Nautilus's right-click menu.

    GNOME-Look.org Content

  • * Images and slideshows can be opened from Nautilus's right-click menu.

    GNOME-Look.org Content

  • [I assume this is more of a reality than the simplicity fetish that's inspired, say, Nautilus's prickly tendency to throw warnings like "Some files are newer" without offering a way to compare dates.]

    Mark Shuttleworth

  • The project is piggybacking on technology developed by oil companies for deep water drilling, said Scott Trebilcock, Nautilus's vice president of business development.

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  • The project is piggybacking on technology developed by oil companies for deep water drilling, said Scott Trebilcock, Nautilus's vice president of business development.

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  • Federal prosecutors say 44-year-old Vadym Tumakov falsified information in the M / T Nautilus's oil record book while the ship was in U.S. waters.

    Home - BostonHerald.com

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