Bingham


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Bing·ham

(bing'ăm),
Eugene C., U.S. chemist, 1878-1945. See: Bingham flow, Bingham model, Bingham plastic.
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Known to most as Bud or Ed, Bingham began his career in the flexo market in the late 1950's as a press helper, but his aptitude for the business quickly saw him rise through the ranks of pressman, supervisor, plant manager, ink salesman, anilox salesman, and sales manager.
As such I am trying to find out what I can in respect of: LCPL John BINGHAM Service Number 20/143 died at the Somme 01/07/2016.
Bingham also served on the Buckner Foundation Development Council which also serves the Lubbock Buckner Children and Family Services.
Basildon's Bingham needed four more frames to win the PS100,000 top prize and capture his first title since his Crucible triumph last May.
Bingham, 39, stunned the snooker world last year by winning a first world title - beating Ronnie O'Sullivan, Judd Trump and then Shaun Murphy in the Final.
Women relatives are especially vulnerable to what the biographer and historian Emily Bingham calls "insuperable silences.
In this clearly written and extensively researched biography of John Bingham [1815-1900], Gerard Magliocca explains that researchers have neglected Bingham despite his important legislative contributions.
Winners of the Bingham Award exemplify the true spirit, dedication and professionalism of all our associates and management teams," said Rear Adm.
Allen claimed in 2011 that Bingham had "no bottle", but it came back to haunt the Antrim man when he lost to the Basildon potter at the Australian Goldfields Open that year.
His 18-15 victory over Shaun Murphy, one of the most popular the Crucible has known, was followed by first-time finalist Bingham celebrating long into the night and patiently posing for hundreds of pictures with supporters and admirers at an after-match party.
Bingham trumped the Juddernaut 17-16 to book his place in today's Betfred World Championship final in Sheffield.
Abel Bingham was a Baptist missionary who served in New York from 1821-1828, and in Sault Sainte Marie, Michigan, from 1828-1855.