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Synonyms for Blackfriar

a Roman Catholic friar wearing the black mantle of the Dominican order

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Blackfriar Paints' multi-surface preparation wipes, which became available in the UK last fall, comprise a spunlaced nonwoven impregnated with a blend of cleaning agents.
For the first time in its 108-year history, the family-run firm, which produces paints, preparations and wood care products under the Blackfriar Paint brand name, has hired an outsider to run the business.
Fireworks: Boat on the Thames between Waterloo and Blackfriars Bridges.
The Blackfriars 525 bale granulator is also highlighted in the literature.
Investors and security holders may obtain a copy of the tender offer materials and related documents filed by Blackfriars and Emco with the CSA at www.
Businesses are rethinking their marketing spending," said Carl Howe, a principal of Blackfriars.
240 Blackfriars will offer a light and modern working environment at the heart of a vibrant business and cultural district.
Stephanie and Tom Hawks from Ryton tied the knot at Blackfriars in August 2014.
Gosforth Central Middle School pupils get a taste of medieval history <B at Blackfriars Restaurant, Glen Foster plucks a chicken
The topic will be the subject of talk, titled The "Healthy" Medieval Diet on Saturday, at a venue which would have served it up - Blackfriars in Newcastle.
Nick McTernan and Catherine McTernan, of Newcastle, married at Blackfriars Restaurant and Banquet Hall in Newcastle, followed by the Assembly Rooms.
UBM plc's new London offices at 240 Blackfriars, have been awarded the prestigious LEED Platinum certification by the U.
Drawing inspiration from the recent inauguration of the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse (modelled on what may be John Webb's drawing of a Jacobean indoor playhouse from the Restoration), this elegant collection of essays sheds new light on how the material conditions of the Blackfriars may have influenced the ways in which plays were performed there, as well as on the historical circumstances that may have led The King's Men to move into that playhouse in 1609.
Gloucester MP Richard Graham has been creating a vision for the station and a masterplan for Blackfriars, where he says a justice centre would be developed on land owned by the city council.
The world's largest solar-powered bridge has opened as part of London's revamped Blackfriars station--the first station entirely to span the Thames.