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Brew·er

(brū'ĕr),
George E., U.S. surgeon, 1861-1939. See: Brewer infarcts.
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These relationships propel a small, self-sustaining brewer to a much larger level of development, growth and prosperity.
Her rise within the retail giant has been a relatively quick one and she is not shy about her plans for Sam's Club, which generated $53 billion in revenue last year: Brewer wants to see Sam's Club sales reach $80 billion to $100 billion.
In a separate incident, Brewer quit Chetham's in 1994 after an inappropriate relationship with a 17-year-old girl, the court heard.
I've made a movie about rap and a movie about blues, and it's hard to ignore the African-American experience in the South with those two music genres," Brewer explains.
Consumer Product Safety Commission, in cooperation with Starbucks Coffee Company announced voluntary recalls of the Starbucks Barista Aroma Stainless Steel 8-Cup Coffee Brewers product.
He took a really big hit that nearly put him under," Dean Brewer recalled.
Sharpe says the $20 million in upgrades are necessary to compete with the national brewers in their costings.
Seventy-five brewers were collected at the Seattle event, and 21 brewers were collected at the New York City event.
1 brewer in Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay, Paraguay and Bolivia, places where Interbrew is noticeably absent.
Being deployed here presented a number of personal challenges to team members, since it was on short notice, and expected to be of limited duration--less than 30 days," said Brewer.
Not only are they looking for products that will maximize their production, but they also want assurances their crops and livestock will be accepted at the marketplace," says Brewer.
Brewer has a staff of 41 located in Danbury, Connecticut, Tonawonda, New York, and Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.