Brunswick


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Synonyms for Brunswick

a university town in southwestern Maine

a city in central Germany

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About 300 positions from the company's global marine operations will be affected in the downsizing, Brunswick spokesman Daniel R.
The Headway Project shares a property boundary and similar geology with Glencore's Brunswick No 12 mine, previously the world's largest underground zinc mine, where production totalled 137 m tons grading 8.74% Zn, 3.44% Pb, 0.37% Cu, and 102 g/t Ag from 1964 to 2013.
"According to Newcastle City Council, Brunswick HWRC gets around 30% of the 475,000 annual visitors to the city's three tips.
Moses Bensinger, son-in-law of John Brunswick, became president in 1890 and is credited with Brunswick's entry into the bowling industry.
Brunswick Bancorp is the parent of Brunswick Bank & Trust, a New Jersey chartered commercial bank that serves central New Jersey through its New Brunswick main office and six additional branch offices.
The New Brunswick City Council approved $362,103 to cover the first six months of the agreement, which is projected to save the town $2.6 million in five years.
ParkMobile, a provider of mobile parking solutions in the US, has collaborated with the New Brunswick Parking Authority.
Pennrose, with non-profit partner, New Brunswick Development Corporation (DEVCO), and public partners that include the City of New Brunswick and the County of Middlesex completed the financing.
Young, who joined Brunswick in London, UK, in 1997, moved to Dubai over 10 years ago to spearhead the firm's growth in the region.
"While Brunswick has many great community organizations and activities, we feel that a community center is needed to take our city to the next level," said Robert Gunter, President, Board of Directors.
It is hard to find good books on New Brunswick's politics and economy.
Glavin Jr., 62, formerly of Brunswick, died unexpectedly after suffering a massive heart attack at work on Wednesday, April 15.
19 September 2014 - US bowling centre operator Bowlmor AMF said it had closed its USD270m (EUR209m) acquisition of the bowling centre business of domestic recreation products group Brunswick Corporation (NYSE:BC).
New Brunswick's only abortion clinic was scheduled to close in July 2014.