stand-alone :

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  • s  capable of operating independently

  • Early electrical workers used it as a coating to insulate coils, and molded it into stand-alone insulators by pressing together layers of shellac-impregnated paper.
  • Now several publishers are launching stand-alone papers with content tailored to the under-35 crowd, which tends to get its news from cable TV, websites and niche publications.
  • Initially given away for free with Arabic versions of Marvel comics (the license for which Mutawa owns in the region), The 99 is now a stand-alone success, with some 500,000 .
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  • Clara Furse in BusinessWeek
    We believe Nasdaq's final offer fails to recognize the outstanding growth record and prospects of our group on a stand-alone basis,CEO Clara Furse said in a statement.
  • Gerald Grinstein in Reuters
    We received a letter from US Airways this morning and will of course review it,Delta CEO Gerald Grinstein said in a statement. "Delta's plan has always been to emerge from bankruptcy in the first half of 2007 as a strong, stand-alone...
  • Geoff Dixon in The Australian
    The improvements to the program over the past 12 months have reinforced our view of the value of the Qantas Frequent Flyer program as a stand-alone business,Mr Dixon said.

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