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Jack Welch
   is/was   
CEO of General Electric (1981-2001)
Named “Manager of the Century” by Fortune magazine in 1999
Donald Trump
   is/was   
Famous American CEO Who Has Appeared in Commercials for Dominos, Pizza Hut, and Visa Card
Listed with $2.7 billion in assets by Forbes
Borje Ekholm
   is/was   
Pres and CEO of Swedish Company Investor AB
Formerly held SAAB which was later sold to General Motors
Mark Hurd
   is/was   
CEO of Hewlett-Packard
Began his career at NCR as a field salesman in 1980
Eric Schmidt
   is/was   
Chairman and CEO of Google Inc.
He is a hobbyist aviator
Takeo Fukui
   is/was   
President and CEO of Honda Motor Co
Holds a bachelor’s degree in Applied Chemistry
Robert Iger
   is/was   
Pres and CEO of The Walt Disney Co Since 2000
Brought back Roy Disney as Director Emeritus in 2004
The CEO of a Prison
   is   
The Warden.
The Assistant CEO
   is   
The Associate Warden.
Michael Dell
   is famous for being   
The Youngest CEO Ever to Earn Ranking on Fortune 500
Founder and ceo of Dell, Inc, born 1965
CNOOC, Ltd
   has which symbol   
CEO
Lanceolate
   means   
Lance-shaped
Long, wider in the middle
Erinaceous
   means   
Relating to or Resembling Hedgehogs
Argillaceous
   means   
Rock Rich With Clay
Cetacean / Cetaceous
   means like a   
Dolphin / Porpoise / Whale
June Foray
   was a Looney Tunes   
Voiceover Artist
Worried Life Blues
   was released by   
Big Maceo Merriweather
1941 - inducted in 2006
Gallinaceous
   means like a   
Fowl
Ceolnoth
   was Archbishop of Canterbury from   
833 -870
Dean of Canterbury
Crustacean / Crustaceous
   means like a   
Crab / Lobster / Shrimp
Violaceous Trogon
   belong to the order   
Trogoniformes
Also coliformes. Inhabits rainforest edges from Mexico to Amazonia
Escarceo Point Lighthouse
   is located in   
Philippines
1915 - Mindoro
Spicaceous
   is shaped like a   
Spike
Violaceous Trogon
   belong to the order   
Coliiformes
Also Trogoniformes. Inhabits rainforest edges from Mexico to Amazonia
Phaeohyphomycosis
   is caused by infection with   
Dematiaceous Fungi
Circeo
   is from the appellation   
Latium
Italy
   is the location of   
Circeo National Park
Gallinaceous
   means   
Relating to or Resembling Chickens or Pheasants
Spadiceous
   is shaped like a   
Palm Branch
Don LaFontaine
   was a   
Voiceover Artist
LaFontaine was famous for recording more than 5,000 movie trailers and hundreds of thousands of television commercials, network promotions, and video game trailers. His nicknames included 'Thunder Throat' and 'The Voice of God'. He became identified with the phrase "In a world…", which has been used in movie trailers so frequently that it has become a cliché. b. 26 August 1940 ( Duluth, Minnesota, USA ) d. 1 September 2008 (Los Angeles, California, USA)
Osceola National Forest
   is situated in   
Florida
Paul Winchell
   was a   
Voiceover Artist
D. Jun 24th 2005 -- Voice behind the dummy Jerry Mahoney and the voice of "Tigger" in the Disney Winnie The Pooh animated movies.
Bosco Eliceo
   is from the appellation   
Emilia-Romagna
Mel Blanc
   was a Looney Tunes   
Voiceover Artist
Harvey Korman
   was a   
Voiceover Artist
Also an Emmy-winning comedic actor. His early television work included voice-over work on Tom and Jerry and as the Great Gazoo on The Flintstones. He did voice work for the live-action movie The Flintstones as well as the animated The Secret of NIMH 2: Timmy to the Rescue.
716
   represents   
Herbaceous Plants
Thurl Ravenscroft
   was a   
Voiceover Artist
D. May 22nd -- Voice of "Tony The Tiger" and Voice on the animated "How The Grinch Stole Christmas"






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