Berks


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Berks

(bɑːks)
abbreviation for
(Placename) Berkshire
References in classic literature ?
However, it is time for us to get from the general to the particular; so, leaving the great army of Browns, who are scattered over the whole empire on which the sun never sets, and whose general diffusion I take to be the chief cause of that empire's stability; let us at once fix our attention upon the small nest of Browns in which our hero was hatched, and which dwelt in that portion of the royal county of Berks which is called the Vale of White Horse.
for the county of Berks, in a village near the foot of the White Horse range.
8 million loan will help Berk group, a successful brewer, to expand into the segment of salty snacks, which will complement its core business.
Goals from Berks, Gary Fife, Sam Bell, Daniel Lomas and Callum Rudd completed a satisfying day for the visitors.
2m to enhance service reliability between Reading and Muhlenberg Township in Berks County.
When Berks traveled to Princeton, New Jersey, to visit Einstein's home, he spent a full day getting to know the scientist before he began designing the bust.
Jeffrey Williams and Stephen Cooper of Cushman & Wakefield's industrial brokerage practice, orchestrated the two sales as exclusive agents for Berks Park 78.
Alan Larmont, 30, of Langley, Berks, Derek Sheehan, 32, of Hammersmith, London, Stephen Nolan, 24, of Datchet, and Anthony Charles, 34, of Shepherds Bush, London.
An internationally recognized sculptor, Berks has created hundreds of portraits sculptures of important personalities.
Major organization : BERKS COUNTY, PURCHASING DEPT.