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will pare down operations at its sprawling Balboa Boulevard complex and transfer some assembly work to Tijuana, the company said Tuesday.
For most folks, reaching age 70 means that it's finally time to pare down a busy schedule or even maybe retire.
Fortress consultants can help users tailor business rules to pare down the discovery data to only the information that is important to the organization.
The experimental procedure - called a septal ablation - employs a mild heart attack to pare down the muscle that divides the two chambers of the heart.
Only four years ago, Figueroa's only treatment option, if drugs failed, was for surgeons to cut open his heart and pare down the overgrown muscle with a scalpel.
Security reviewed more than 15 leading mortgage software providers before turning KPMG Peat Marwick to pare down the group to five finalists.
The bank wanted to pare down its exposure to risk as a result of one significant loss when a merchant couldn't pay.
Hastings intends to use the chapter 11 process to significantly pare down its operations through substantial cost-cutting measures, including staff reductions at the corporate and store levels and closures of some store locations.
His brief on ``A Civil Action'' was to help director Steven Zaillian pare down a highly technical, complicated and lengthy corporate malfeasance lawsuit to its dramatic basics.
Ephron could well have given these wonderful actors more to do; indeed, reports indicate that she had to cut many of their scenes to pare down the film's running time.
Hit with major sticker shock Tuesday, Los Angeles City Council members warned city managers they must dramatically pare down tax measures for the November ballot from the $2 billion they have proposed for police, fire and library facilities and some other public works.
One of the most important things we can do as charter reform commissioners is to pare down the city's power structure so voters can see who's responsible for what,'' said attorney George Kieffer, the commission's chairman.
The outcome, of course, is that many of those in Washington who have been decrying the effects of deficits for all these years have little interest in letting these surpluses pare down the $5.