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January 2004
Cabinet Maker;1/23/2004, Issue 5372, p30
Trade Publication
Interviews Dominic Holland executive in the furniture industry at the Furniture Awards in Great britain. Views on what constitutes success or job satisfaction; Achievements; Comment about the industry. INSET: Dominic Holland.


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