Eddie Bauer is an outdoor clothing and sporting goods chain. Headquartered in Redmond, Washington and a subsidiary of Eddie Bauer Holdings (formerly Spiegel, Inc.), the company was founded in Seattle in 1920 as "Eddie Bauer's Sport Shop" by its namesake, Eddie Bauer (1899 – 1986), who invented the first down parka in 1936 (U.S. Design Patent 119,122). Bauer retired and sold the company in 1968; General Mills bought Eddie Bauer in 1971, and Spiegel bought it from General Mills in 1988.
In 2003, Spiegel, Inc., entered bankruptcy. The Spiegel catalog and all other assets were sold, except for Eddie Bauer. In May 2005, Spiegel, Inc., emerged from bankruptcy under the name "Eddie Bauer Holdings" and owned primarily by Commerzbank.
Eddie Bauer's flagship store is in downtown Seattle's Pacific Place mall.
Eddie Bauer has a contract with the Ford Motor Company to implement signature interior design on the Ford Explorer, Ford Bronco, Ford Excursion, Ford Expedition, and Ford F-150. Ford vehicles that feature the Eddie Bauer insignia have special seat styling features including signature stitching).
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In May 2005, Spiegel, Inc., emerged from bankruptcy under the name "Eddie Bauer Holdings" and owned primarily by Commerzbank. In art, extremely life-like flies have sometimes been depicted in the trompe l'oeil paintings of the 15th century. The Spiegel catalog and all other assets were sold, except for Eddie Bauer. The world's rarest known fly family is Eurychoromyidae-Broad-headed Flies . In 2003, Spiegel, Inc., entered bankruptcy. Entomologists try to distinguish between true flies and other orders by hyphenating the names of true flies (house-fly, horse-fly, crane-fly), but giving the members of other orders unhyphenated names, either with two unconnected words (caddis fly, alder fly) or with a single, concatenated name (dragonfly, stonefly). Bauer retired and sold the company in 1968; General Mills bought Eddie Bauer in 1971, and Spiegel bought it from General Mills in 1988. The word "fly" also refers to insects of various orders other than Diptera.
Design Patent 119,122). For more information, see Maggot therapy. Headquartered in Redmond, Washington and a subsidiary of Eddie Bauer Holdings (formerly Spiegel, Inc.), the company was founded in Seattle in 1920 as "Eddie Bauer's Sport Shop" by its namesake, Eddie Bauer (1899 – 1986), who invented the first down parka in 1936 (U.S. Through the ages maggots have been used in medicine in order to clean out necrotic wounds. Eddie Bauer is an outdoor clothing and sporting goods chain. Maggots are bred commercially, as a popular bait in angling, and a food for carnivourous pets such as reptiles or birds. Some maggots are leaf miners.
Various maggots cause damage in agricultural crop production, including root maggots in rapeseed and midge maggots in wheat. By use of this data, plus other signs, the approximate time since death can be estimated by forensic scientists. These measure about 2-3 days, 3-4 days, and 4-6 days (for average houseflies or bottleflies) since the eggs were laid. An instar I is about 2-5 mm long; instar II 6-14 mm; instar III 15-20 mm.
Maggot identification uses a classification called "Instar" stages. At the height of the summer season, a generation of flies (egg to adult) may be produced in 12-14 days. The size of the house fly maggot is 9.5-19.1mm (3/8 to 3/4 inch). By their stage of development, these maggots can be used to give an indication of the time elapsed since death, as well as the place the organism died.
Some types of maggots found on corpses can be of great use to forensic scientists. The eggs are laid in decaying flesh, animal dung, or pools of stagnant water - whatever has ample food for the larva. The fly life cycle is composed of four stages: egg, larva (commonly known as a maggot), pupa, adult. .
In addition to being an essential part of the food chain, some species of flies spread pollen, hasten the decomposition of plants, animals, and dung, and, in the case of about 5000 species of Tachina flies, eat other insects. The horse-fly eats bits of flesh torn off of its prey, mosquitoes feed on blood and nectar, and the housefly eats a semi-digested liquid created by mixing-enzyme rich saliva with its food. The diet of flies varies heavily between species. A few, like Ormia ochracea, have very advanced hearing organs.
Some flies have very accurate 3D vision. The compound eyes of flies are composed of thousands of individual lenses and are very sensitive to movement. Flies rely heavily on sight for survival. The larva of a fly is commonly called a maggot.
Other flies, such as the horse-fly (Family Tabanidae), can inflict painful bites. The house-fly (Musca domestica) and mosquito are particularly common amongst humans. Flies are common amongst humans and some can cause the spread of serious diseases. These typically have one pair of true wings, with the hind wings modified into halteres.
As defined by entomologists, a fly (plural flies) is any species of insect of the order Diptera. alder fly, Dobson fly, and fish fly: Megaloptera. scorpionfly and hangingfly: Mecoptera. sawfly: Hymenoptera:Tenthredinidae.
mayfly: Ephemeroptera. stonefly: Plecoptera. butterfly: Lepidoptera. dragonfly and damselfly: Odonata.
caddis fly: Trichoptera. firefly: Coleoptera:Lampyridae.