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For nearly 70 years, o.b. offered applicatorfree tampons, which meant one less applicator to a landfill or the ocean, making the brand environmentally conscious before the eco-friendly trend.
"For decades, o.b. has strived to introduce sustainable, effective solutions for periods," says Devon Driscoll, brand manager at Edgewell Personal Care.
"We are very excited about the prospect of combining the Stayfree pad., Carefree liner and o.b. tampon feminine hygiene business with our Playtex Feminine Care business, strengthening both in the process," says Ward Klein, chief executive officer of Energizer.
The court also pronounced O.B. guilty of breaking safes where the jewellery and valuables were stored.
"We are pleased that drilling on the O.B. Ranch #1 well is progressing as planned and anticipate reaching the target depth within approximately fifteen days," Caza chief executive W.
There was an entertaining but hard fought local derby at Birchley, between Britannia O.B. and visitors Old Wulfrunians, a Rowe goal settling the match in favour of Britannia.
The introduction made O.B. the first national tampon brand to offer the choice of applicator and nonapplicator versions, she says.
Salle, P Collett; Old Cathinians v Bankfield O.B., B Seddon; Quarry Bank O.B.
rented a residential building owned by the DIFC's former governor and Emirati, O.B., in Al Nahda area between January 15, 2008 and February 28, 2010.
Just three games in the Third Division had top of the table Old Instonians surprisingly beaten 5-1 at home by a rampant Collegiate OB as Alumini beat South Mersey 4-2 and Alsop OB drew 2-2 with Quarry Bank O.B. Collegiate OB are now two points clear at the top of the Fourth Division after a 4-0 home win over Civserv with Hope Park close behind in third place courtesy of a tight 1-0 win over Richmond.
The manager, who has been in the UAE for 27 years, was charged with aiding one of her clients identified as O.B., a Dutch man of Indian origin.