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ATIF JAVAID

CEO OF THE COMPANY

Now, when anything attracted his attention he always asked what it meant; and his mother, or more frequently Uncle Maxim, would explain to him the nature of the objects or of the creatures that caused these various sounds.

His mother’s explanations, more lively and graphic, impressed the boy with greater force; but sometimes this impression would be too painful.

Upon the features of the young woman, herself suffering, could be read the expression of her inmost feelings, and in her eyes a silent protest or a look of pain, as she strove to convey to the child an idea of form and color.

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About HASS

HASS PAKISTAN'S NUMBER ONE LPG VAPORIZER

HASS VAPORIZER – is considered a reliable name to take revolutionary steps in pursuing excellence regarding LPG industry in Pakistan. JGS is pioneered to provide most innovative technology for LPG industry. We not only introduced the world’s most advanced “Vaporizer” to Pakistani Market.

‘Hass’ is now a well known and reputable name in LPG industry of Pakistan. JGS with its unmatched expertise and in-depth technical knowledge of LPG, and hard work and enthusiasm for the love of this industry created such an innovative and technologically sound vaporizer.

“Hass Vaporizer” contains all the most advanced features and aspects technically available in the world which can be compared and compete with any quality brand exist all over the world.

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Plant Manager

Adventures in Moscow

The impressions received through the channels of sound outweighed all others in their influence over the life of the blind boy; his ideas shaped themselves according to sounds, his sense of hearing became the centre of his mental activity.

The enchanting melodies of the songs he heard conveyed to him a true sense of the words, coloring them with sadness or joy according to the lights and shades of the melody.

He quickly learned all his mother taught him on the piano, and yet he still loved Joachim’s pipe.

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Engineer

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Thus the boy’s day was filled; he could not complain of the lack of new impressions.

He seemed to be living as full a life as any child could possibly live; in fact he really seemed unconscious of his blindness.

Nevertheless, a certain premature sadness was still perceptible in his character, which Maxim ascribed to the fact that he had never mingled with other children, and endeavored to atone for this omission.