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n.1.A thin worsted fabric for women's dresses.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Canntab, with headquarters and R & D located in Markham, currently operates out of Cobourg, Ontario where the company has co-location and profit sharing agreements with its strategic partner, FSD Pharma Inc.
FV Pharma's vision is to transform its current headquarters in a Kraft plant in Cobourg, Ontario into the largest hydroponic indoor grow facility in the world.
At the age of five, Sidney was sent by his parents from Cobourg, Ontario, to Benton Harbor to be raised by Dr.
Located at the Venture13 innovation centre in Cobourg, Ontario, Northumberland Community Futures Development Corporation (Northumberland CFDC) provides financing and strategy for entrepreneurs as a pathway to future prosperity, delivering local and regional programs including N100, N1M, the Nventure Angel Sidecar Fund, EODP, CEDP and the core Community Futures Program, with the support of the Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario (FedDev Ontario).
Headquartered at the former Kraft plant in Cobourg, Ontario, approximately an hour's drive from Toronto, FSD Pharma's management's mission is to transform the facility into the largest hydroponic indoor cannabis facility in the world.
Founded in 1972, HPI is a custom low-pressure structural plastic molder, which utilizes both structural foam and structural web process technologies, with approximately 250 employees operating within two manufacturing facilities located in Cobourg, Ontario, Canada and Nuevo Leon, Mexico.
COBOURG, ONTARIO * With doctorates in eco-theology and eco-ethics, St.
Just a couple of years before Cyrus McCormick and Obed Hussey began to battle it out on America's grain fields for bragging rights as to who invented the reaper, the Marsh brothers were born on a farm near Cobourg, Ontario, Canada: Charles W.
Box 1046, Cobourg, Ontario, Canada K9A 4W5, (905) 342-3434, www.collectorgrade.com.
That Saturday night, the Concert Band of Cobourg, Ontario, was featured in a concert in the beautifully restored Strand Theatre.
Solomon Secord graduated as a 22-year-old (born 1834) from this system in 1856, from Victoria College School in Cobourg, Ontario. (The school relocated in 1887 to its present campus as part of the University of Toronto.) By the time the first shot was fired at Fort Sumter in April 1861, Secord was an experienced doctor of six years.
Mary Deering was born in Cobourg, Ontario. In 1882, she married Arthur Sifton.