Merlot

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black wine grape originally from the region of Bordeaux

dry red wine made from a grape grown widely in Bordeaux and California

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Although Alva Holbrook, Mark Bigney, Edwin Jewell, and Felix Limet of the Daily Picayune, Times, Commercial Bulletin, and Bee, respectively, often disagreed on economic issues, they were all fiercely committed to the restoration of white rule.
The Richardsons collect works by Alex Bigney, Usual Brodauf, James Charles, Brian Christensen, Lee Deffabach, Michael Hullet, Ted Wassmer and Cordell Thylor, among others.
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SALT LAKE CITY -- Readers, artists, and every person who has been inspired by a literary passage, a piece of music or an element of art are invited to celebrate with artist and author Alex Bigney at the Springville Museum of Art at 126 E.
Direct all inquiries regarding this RFP in writing to: Bob Bigney, Placer County Procurement, 2964 Richardson Drive, Auburn, CA 95603, Email: bbigney@placer.