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May 21, 1986 Mr. Arthur C. Miller, Jr. Vice President 11428 Kingston Pike Knoxville, Tennessee 37922 Dear Mr. Miller: This is in response to your February 6 letter requesting a written opinion from t
December 6, 1990 Mr. O'Jay Niles Director, Product Services American Textile Manufacturers Institute, Inc. 1801 K Street, N. W. Suite 900 Washington, D.C. 20006 Dear Mr. Niles: This is in response to
June 4, 1986 Mr. Richard N. Hopper Director of Governmental Affairs The Carpet and Rug Institute Suite 1000 1100 17th Street, N.W. Washington, D.C. 20036 Dear Mr. Hopper: This is in response to your
August 17, 1984 MEMORANDUM FOR: ALL REGIONAL ADMINISTRATORS FROM: John B. Miles, Jr., Director Directorate of Field Operations SUBJECT: Reginned Cotton You may occasionally encounter reginned cotton
December 14, 1984 Robert W. Patterson, M.D. Family Medical Center Post Office Box 1860 Sanford, North Carolina 27330 Dear Dr. Patterson: This is in response to your letter dated November 5 regarding

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