Blagden

Blag·den

(blahg'dĕn),
Charles, British physician, 1748-1820. See: Blagden law.
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B) and one steel drum manufacturing plant of Blagden Packaging Group (Blagden) may lead to a substantial lessening of competition in the market for new large steel drums in Great Britain.
n Barbara Blagden (now Fenna), Adelaide, South Australia.
And Simon Blagden, operations director of PizzaExpress, said: 'Mermaid Quay has a fantastic and popular waterfront setting with other quality restaurants trading successfully.
Cody McLennon struck out eight in a complete game for Brookings, and Mark Blagden added a three-run double in the second inning.
Blagden Industries yesterday announced the sale of its chemicals operation, the first move in a planned break-up of the group.
Beside these, Balaustion's Adventure can seem a bit slight, as Browning himself seems to have feared, describing it in the Preface as "the most delightful of May-month amusements," but dismissing it, in a letter to Isa Blagden, as "a trifle indeed.
B) has signed a definitive purchase agreement to acquire Blagden Packaging Group's steel drum manufacturing and closures business in Europe and Asia, subject to certain conditions.
Byline: FRANKIE BLAGDEN Of the Campaign For Learning
COQUILLE - Mark Blagden finished 4-for-5, including a bunt single in the eighth to score Michael Parke with the winning run, as the Bruins beat the Devils.
Meanwhile, cash-rich chemicals business Blagden Industries fell 4p to 147p after it announced plans to sell a major chunk of the business.
The couple are comforted by Olivia's friends who continue to visit them at home in Blagden Lane and her room has been left at the right level of teenage untidiness.
Rogue 24(922 N Street NW (Rear Blagden Alley), Washington, DC 20001) is owned by Chef RJ Cooper.