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June 12, 1991 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Staley Manufacturing Corp. introduced a low-calorie ingredient that can replace as much as 100% of the fat in a wide range of foods, including baked goods. Stellar is the first major rival for Simplesse, introduced in February, 1990, by Monsanto Co.'s NutraSweet subsidiary. The patented fat replacement is expected to be used in margarine, salad dressings, sour cream, ice cream, dairy and cheese products, meat products, soups, gravies and sauces.
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November 5, 2004 | Daryl H. Miller, Times Staff Writer
In belle epoque Paris, Georges Feydeau, master craftsman of farces, spent night after night at the fashionable restaurant Maxim's, observing the exaggerated conviviality and ambiguous morality on display there. A lifelong member of this leisured society, Feydeau was well versed in its foibles.
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November 5, 2004 | Daryl H. Miller, Times Staff Writer
In belle epoque Paris, Georges Feydeau, master craftsman of farces, spent night after night at the fashionable restaurant Maxim's, observing the exaggerated conviviality and ambiguous morality on display there. A lifelong member of this leisured society, Feydeau was well versed in its foibles.
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June 12, 1991 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Staley Manufacturing Corp. introduced a low-calorie ingredient that can replace as much as 100% of the fat in a wide range of foods, including baked goods. Stellar is the first major rival for Simplesse, introduced in February, 1990, by Monsanto Co.'s NutraSweet subsidiary. The patented fat replacement is expected to be used in margarine, salad dressings, sour cream, ice cream, dairy and cheese products, meat products, soups, gravies and sauces.
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January 10, 2013 | By Andrea Chang
LAS VEGAS -- BlackBerry 10 finally debuts at the end of the month, and we got a private demo at CES of one of the two smartphones that will run the long-delayed operating system.  Richard Piasentin, Research in Motion's U.S. managing director, walked me through a lengthy preview of the touchscreen-only device, which was cloaked in a plastic bumper to mask its full appearance (you've got to leave something to the imagination for the big ...
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