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Brandywine is Cache Creek's third investment in the defense electronics sector in just over a year.
Bayhorse CEO Graeme O'Neill comments 'the more we dig into the substantial historic Brandywine data base, the more pleased we are at the historic results we are finding that will guide our upcoming program.
By the mid-twentieth century, artist Andrew Wyeth--who would have as much to do with creating the Brandywine's modern fame as anyone--would paint his adopted home with beautiful colonial spaces where the artist's brush ignored the modern roads, cars, and infrastructure.
(NYSE: PN), an insurance service holding company, has announced that it has taken over Brandywine Insurance Advisors, a specialty insurance brokerage.
According to Craig LeHoullier in "Brandywine and Company" at Webgrower.com, we only know one thing for certain about Brandywine's origin, that the Sudduth Strain of Brandywine "found its way" into Seed Saver's Exchange in 1982.
The text is a detailed study of the battle of Brandywine, the largest battle of the American Revolution.
The layered garden; design lessons for year-round beauty from Brandywine Cottage.
Friberg, 87, of Watchung, NJ, formerly of Venice, FL and Westborough, passed away peacefully on Saturday, June 16, 2012 at the Brandywine Senior Living at Mountain Ridge.
While the Battle of Brandywine was far from the only action Ferguson's Corps saw, it was certainly the most famous action for his Experimental Rifle Corps.
The Brandywine tomato, along with other heirloom plants, is the folk tale of the vegetable world.
It has paid $14.25m (pounds 8.5m) for Brandywine Bookmaking, which operates 16 sportsbooks in the state of Nevada under the Lucky's brand and one in St Kitts in the Caribbean.
The firm has paid pounds 8.5m for Brandywine Bookmaking, which runs 16 sportsbooks in the state of Nevada under the Lucky's brand and one in St Kitts in the Caribbean.
It has paid pounds 8.5m for Brandywine Bookmaking, which operates 16 sportsbooks in the state of Nevada under the Lucky's brand, and one in St Kitts, in the Caribbean.
In other company news, William Hill reported that it had agreed terms for the purchase of the Nevada and Delaware company Brandywine Bookmaking.