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CORRECTION TO BEARINGS, INC. STATES "NO LIABILITY" IN CALIFORNIA COURT CASE

 /C O R R E C T I O N -- BEARINGS, INC./
 In CL003, Bearings, Inc. States "No Liability" in California Court


Case, moved earlier today, we are advised by the company that the second graph, fourth sentence should read "Under the 1990 acquisition agreement by which Bearings, Inc. purchased King, specific indemnification against financial damages was provided related to the case," rather than "...the company contractually assumed no liability for financial damages related to the case," as originally issued.
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