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STONE INDUSTRIES A insite to the future


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tark Industries, later

defense contractors Lock-

also known as Stark

heed Martin and Northrop

International, Stark

Grumman [3] and is list-

Innovations, Stark/Fujika-

ed on the New York Stock

wa, Stark Enterprises and

Exchange as SIA. During

Stark Resilient, is a fic-

the press conference scene,

tional multi-billion dollar

Stark is seen entering a

multinational corporation

building that resembles the

owned and run by busi-

entrance to Lockheed Mar-

nessman Anthony Edward

tin’s Skunk Works facility.

“Tony” Stark, also known

plane

as Iron Man. The company appears in

stories

published by

Marvel

Comics. It first appeared in Tales

ztreme-

of Suspense #40 and was

ly similar to the Lockheed

founded by Howard Stark,

YF-22 stood as a statue in

Tony’s father. According to

front of the Stark Industries

Forbes 25 largest fictional

facility, exactly like the pro-

companies it had an esti-

totypes on display at Skunk

mated sales of $20.3 billion,

Works facility in Palmdale,

ranking it at number 16.[1]

California. pense

[2] In the film version of Iron Man, Stark Industries has a logo similar to that of

#40 and was founded by Howard Stark, Tony’s father. According to

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mated sales of $20.3 billion. In the film version of Iron WMan, that of LockheedW

STARK INDUSTRIES

STONE INDUSTRIES A insite to the future


Stark Industries, later also known as Stark International, Stane International, Stark Innovations, Stark/Fujikawa and currently Stark Enterprises, is a fictional multi-billion dollar business owned and run by billionaire Anthony Edward “Tony” Stark.

The company appears in stories published by Marvel Comics and exists in that company’s shared universe, known as the Marvel Universe. It first appeared in Tales of Suspense #40 and was founded by Howard Stark, Tony’s father. founded by Howard Stark, Tony’s father. According to Forbes 25 largest fictional companies, it had an estimated sales of $20.3 billion. In the film version of Iron Man, Stark similar to that of Lockheed


We See A Change But What Do You See? Little Bill is a television show for children that is presently on Nick Jr. The stories are based on Bill Cosby’s Little Bill book series, set in Philadelphia [1] and feature Bill Jr. learning a lesson or moral. It was developed through research and in consultation with a panel of educational consultants.[2]

The show also aired on CBS as part of Nick Jr. on CBS, from September 16, 2000 - September 7, 2002, then as part of Nick on CBS from August 2, 2003 - September 10, 2005. The show returned with the return of Nick Jr. on CBS on September 17, 2005, and seen through September 9, 2006 when the block was replaced with The KOL Secret Slumber Party on CBS. The series went back into production in fall 2006 and a new season of 6 episodes aired on Noggin throughout April and July 2007, ending in the later month. Reruns are played on Nick Jr., on BET, as of January 7, 2008, and on Centric, as of May 1, 2010. t known for playing Maria Rodriguez on Sesame Street, was a frequent writer for the show. Little Bill is a television show for children that is presently on Nick Jr. The stories are based on Bill Cosby’s Little Bill book series, set in Philadelphia [1] and feature Bill Jr. learning a lesson or moral. It was developed through research and in consultation with a panel of educational consultants.[2] The show also aired on CBS as part of Nick Jr. on CBS, from September 16, 2000 September 7, 2002, then as part of Nick on CBS from August 2, 2003 - September 10,

2005. The show returned with the return of Nick Jr. on CBS on September 17, 2005, and seen through September 9, 2006 when the block was replaced with The KOL Secret Slumber Party on CBS. The series went back into production in fall 2006 and a new season of 6 episodes aired on Noggin throughout April and July 2007, ending in the later month. Reruns are played on Nick Jr., on BET, as of January 7, 2008, and on Centric, as of May 1, 2010. Sonia Manzano, best known for playing Maria Rodriguez on Sesame Street, was a frequent writer for the show. Little Bill is a television show for children that is presently on Nick Jr. The stories are based on Bill Cosby’s Little Bill book series, set in Philadelphia [1] and feature Bill Jr. learning a lesson or moral. It was developed through research and in consultation with a panel of educational consultants.[2]

The show also aired on CBS as part of Nick frequent writer for the show.


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display when they feel threatened, by stretching out their necks and pointing the bill skywards. How far this would deter predators is not known. Widespread and generally common, the Striated Heron is classified as a Species the Striated Heron is classified as a Species of Least Concern by the IUCN; this holds true whether the Lava Heron is included in B. striata or not.


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