Vaux


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Vaux

 (vôks), Calvert 1824-1895.
British-born American landscape architect who was a designer of Central Park in New York City.
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Noun1.Vaux - United States landscape architect (born in England) who designed Central Park (1824-1895)Vaux - United States landscape architect (born in England) who designed Central Park (1824-1895)
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"The fact is, I have received an invitation for the fete at Vaux," said Porthos, with a lugubrious expression.
And so, my dear friend, you are really going to Vaux?"
"'Tis true; but Aramis has strongly advised me to be at Vaux twenty-four hours beforehand."
"Monseigneur preached every Sunday at the house of monsieur le surintendant at Vaux; then they hunted together."
The global e-commerce firm - the first occupier to take space on the former Vaux Brewery site - has signed a 15-year deal to let the top two floors of The Beam, a flagship 59,427sq ft building in Sunderland's city centre.
Online grocery firm Ocado is to create 300 jobs in Sunderland with the opening of a call centre on the former Vaux brewery site.
The claim was made this week by Loughborough firefighter Graham Vaux who is also the Loughborough representative of the Fire Brigade Union (FBU).
In Sunderland's case, it will be 20 years in July that its Vaux brewery, which dated from 1837, shut up shop.
Mum Cody Vaux, from Adswood, is among those to benefit from the scheme as hats were given to her twin daughters Orla and Aria Reid.