Bourneville

Bour·ne·ville

(būrn-vēl'),
Désiré-Magloire, French physician, 1840-1909. See: Bourneville disease, Bourneville-Pringle disease.
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Videotone won 5-0 against St Annes, Bourneville Celtic went down 7-1 to Lea Hall Sports & Social, with James Wood netting four and Michael White grabbing a hat-trick, and Jonathan Jones hit five goals for VIP International in their 8-3 win against Moseley Mariners.
-A SEVEN-year legal battle, costing pounds 100,000, reached the court of appeal after neighbours Michael Jones and Bernard Stanton of Bourneville, Birmingham, fought over a 35ft hedge.
Claire Harris, prosecuting at Birmingham Crown Court, said in June last year Raine had gone to Bourneville Lane police station and told an officer he had been forced to deal in drugs and the only way he could get out was to get himself arrested.
Sian, a member of the Stratford Sharks Triathlon Club, and the City of Coventry Swimming Club, was presented with the trophies at a presentation evening in Bourneville.
Marston Green maintained their winning streak in the Premier Division by beating Bourneville Celtic 4-3.
Old Eds were 11-0 winners over Bourneville despite finishing the match with 13 men.
At the Cadbury's Factory in Bourneville, Birmingham, live radio coverage will be piped in for the 4,000 employees.
HOP on down to Selly Manor in Bourneville this Easter for an egg-stravaganza!
She can remember delivering "crump"- pebble-like cocoa extract - to Cadbury's factory at Bourneville, and also carried sugar and travelled the length of the Manchester ship canal.
Father-of-one Paul, who is based in Birmingham, trained at the Bourneville School of Art.

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