Brindley


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Brindley

(ˈbrɪndlɪ)
n
(Biography) James. 1716–72, British canal builder, who constructed (1759–61) the Bridgewater Canal, the first in England
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THE parents of murdered James Brindley are fronting a new anti-knife campaign amid fears of a surge in stabbings over the long school summer holidays.
Brindley Wolverhampton on West Street is hosting Volvo Evolved on Saturday, May 11, between 9am and 5pm, and Sunday, May 12 from 11am to 4pm The new S60 will be available for pre-booked test drives along with the full range of Volvo models.
THE father of stab victim James Brindley has called on MPs and police chiefs to launch a national advertising campaign to help reverse the alarming rise in knife crime.
MARK Brindley believes the case shone a torchlight on changes that need making in the law.
So as well as jailing him for two years and eight months, a judge has imposed a restraining order banning John Brindley from contacting his victim or going near her home for ten years.
In court at Dumfries, Charles Brindley, of Drummond Road, Annan, admitted the assault at the town's Milnfield, by kicking her to her permanent disfigurement.
Brindley takes over as executive vice president (EVP) of Leasing, succeeding the resigning Theodore Koltis.
IRMINGHAM'S former James Brindley pub has been reborn after standing empty for years.
"Cows and Catastrophes: The Flights and Fancies of a Cornish Dairy Farmer" includes tales of author Brindley Hosken's 40 years of farming on the beautiful Lizard Peninsula in Cornwall, where he has lived and worked for all his life.
Walgreens is in the first phase of a "multiyear, multistage reinvention of beauty" and has begun working on the next phase of Beauty Differentiation, according to Lauren Brindley, group vice president and general merchandise manager for beauty and personal care.
Fawcett and colleagues are developing a "biorobotic" version of the Brindley device that can read signals from the sensory nerves in the pelvis, rather than requiring them to be cut.