Bragg


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Confederate general during the American Civil War who was defeated by Grant in the battle of Chattanooga (1817-1876)

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With consumers becoming increasingly health conscious and proactive towards maintaining a healthy diet and lifestyle, BRAGG ACV has grown in popularity since it was introduced to the local market in 2016.
Bragg will continue to operate under its name, Kerkhove said, and the company will retain its employees, suppliers and customers.
The village board Monday gave Bragg a contract extension through autumn 2022 that hikes his salary by 3 percent a year.
The Army's Operational Test Command was testing a new "heavy load platform" that was carrying a Humvee when the incident occurred, Tom McCollum, a spokesman for Fort Bragg, said.
Nelson Bragg, tell us where you're from, where you are now and a bit about the journey in between.
Sayanna Bragg of Durham bought herself some chicken wings and while she waited for her meal to arrive, she picked-up a scratch-off ticket from the store.
BThe Liverpool songwriter attempted to mark the start of The South Bank Show with a song about presenter Melvyn Bragg, but admitted: "It doesn't quite work, but I could work on it...
GLAMORGAN'S Will Bragg has announced his retirement from cricket with immediate effect at the age of 31.
Lest anyone get comfortable, however, Yoncalla coach Matt Bragg said the path to a conference title hasn't changed.
Crystal Clear: The Autobiographies of Sir Lawrence & Lady Bragg. Oxford University Press, 2015.
CLOSING Bede's World symbolises the "hundreds of years with which London has kicked the North in the teeth" veteran broadcaster Melvyn Bragg, claimed.
HE has interviewed the great and the good of the arts world over the years, from Dame Judi Dench to Dolly Parton, but Melvyn Bragg's latest project sees the focus set firmly on him.
| Melvyn Bragg - Wigton |To Westminster airs on BBC Two, 9.15pm, on Saturday From Wigton to Westminster: The young Melvyn and Lord Bragg today, below left
Telly arts guru Melvyn Bragg, 74, this week accused telly writers of patronising the working class, especially people in the North.
Here is a brief history of the work of two of Australia's most famous scientists, Sir William Bragg and his son Sir Lawrence Bragg.