January Issue 2006

 


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| January 2006
Unilateral (one-sided) mistakes have a checkered history in the law, with some very famous cases as examples.

| January 2006
Project managers at Baker Electric knew in 2001 that powering Des Moines’ new world-class sports and entertainment campus would be a major event.

| January 2006
Reading through some electrical engineering textbooks written in the 1930s, the term “frequency” is used to describe what is now referred to as the “fundamental electric powe

| January 2006
As 2005 came to a close, many economists blamed a cloudy future on a femme fatale named Katrina.

| January 2006
“I always do class A work!” That was the answer I got when I asked the fire alarm system contractor whether or not he had wired the system in a Class A fashion.

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