Bramley

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Bramley

(ˈbræmlɪ) or

Bramley's seedling

n
(Cookery) a variety of cooking apple having juicy firm flesh
[C19: named after Matthew Bramley, 19th-century English butcher, said to have first grown it]
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A nationwide hunt got under way which began at the Bramleys' pounds 70,000 detached home in Ramsey, near Huntingdon in Cambridgeshire.
They had vanished after the Bramleys were told to give the girls back to social workers following the rejection of their attempt to adopt them.
The Bramleys, both 35, fled the day before the council's social services were to take the girls away.
Last year 200million pounds of Bramleys found their way into millions of pies, crumbles, sponges and the like, bringing with them the highest Vitamin C content of any other apple.
Bramleys on 01484 530361 3 2 2 THIS substantial stone-built three-bedroom property is situated in the historic part of Golcar village and boasts three good-sized bedrooms, two bathrooms, two receptions and a fantastic kitchen.
At one point the Bramleys faced not only losing the girls but also the real threat of going to jail.
The department appears to have judged the Bramleys as unfit adoptive parents because they were too protective of little Jade and Hannah Bennett, babying them with spoon-feeding or sitting with them at night until they slept.
The High Court in London gave interim custody of the girls to the Bramleys.
Because, I said, "I know that what the Bramleys have done is wrong.
They told the Bramleys, who fled with the children in September, that they would ``let the courts decide'' the future of sisters Jade Bennett, aged five, and Hannah, aged three.
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The Bramleys vanished with foster children Jade, five, and Hannah, four, for 17 weeks after social services threatened to take the youngsters back.