Bainbridge


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Bainbridge

(ˈbeɪnˌbrɪdʒ)
n
(Biography) Beryl.1934–2010, British novelist and playwright. Novels include The Dressmaker (1973), Injury Time (1977), Master Georgie (1998), and According to Queeney (2001)
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The court heard Bainbridge had self-referred himself to the General Medical Council and The Living Centre, a community-based recovery centre in Cardiff, to help deal with his addiction to internet chat rooms.
Rachel Bainbridge forced herself to keep calm because she didn't want to wake her disabled 88-year-old husband George.
Rugby player Lee Bainbridge was out with his teammates in Glitter Ball when he sexually assaulted the victim, who he didn't know, on two occasions on the dance floor.
Construction has started on the Bainbridge Cos.' long-delayed apartment project in Federal Hill.
When a little village, west of Marion, came into existence at the conjunction of a buffalo trail and an old Indian campsite in Phelps Prairie before our county existed, two sons of the Bainbridge family, Allen and John B.
(NASDAQ: BKEP) plans to acquire two asphalt terminalling facilities located in Bainbridge, Georgia, and Muskogee, Oklahoma, the company said.
Speaking of beautiful books, Heirloom Wood (Abrams, $24.95, 144 pages, ISBN 9781419724763) boasts many aesthetic features similar to Handpicked in its presentation of woodworker Max Bainbridge's guide to carving functional small objects for the home.
Steve Bainbridge was playing up for home team Royds and helped secure two points from his three matches.
Sean was a native of Bainbridge GA where he attended Bainbridge High School and played in the marching band, the Tallahassee Symphony Youth Orchestra, and the Bainbridge British Brass Band.
M2 EQUITYBITES-August 29, 2014-GE Antares provides USD315m debt financing to Nielsen & Bainbridge for acquisition of The Home DA(c)cor Companies