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New Yorker's Cartoonist

Ed Koren has received a Doctor of Humane Letters Degree from Union College, and been a John Simon Guggenheim Fellow. He was Distinguished Visitor at The American Academy in Berlin, Germany in 2003. Of course he is best known for his cartoons published in the New Yorker magazine.

Metal Remnants, Inc. Can Save You Money

Over the past several years, Zinc as a metal has gone through many changes both in the way that it is used and the way that it is perceived by specialists and by the public. Some of the categories of its end uses are coatings to protect iron and steel, for building applications. There are major chemical applications that now give this metal a new lease on life to a material that had become a traditional and boring.

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