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Good communication prevents small problems from becoming major disasters, and ensures happy customers and healthy profits. A remodeling contractor describes his systematic approach to staying in touch with clients.
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Q: Is laminating over existing plastic laminate an acceptable practice? If so, what is the best procedure?
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How the ADA protects employees
Organizing the Windows95 desktop
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Clip-head nailers from Paslode & Senco
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