Bourneville

Bour·ne·ville

(būrn-vēl'),
Désiré-Magloire, French physician, 1840-1909. See: Bourneville disease, Bourneville-Pringle disease.
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JLR responded by closing its Solihull and Castle Bromwich plants, while Cadbury's Bourneville factory also stopped work.
There were After Eights for Christmas as well as Matchmakers in mint or orange flavour, Fry's Chocolate Cream bars and Bourneville dark chocolate of which I was wary, unsure if I was allowed it since the TV advert said it was 'for adults only'.
He expanded his father's chocolate business and established a model village for his workers at Bourneville.
It has on its rolls 120 employees in all fields and specialties, is chaired by Lord Jordan Bourneville and sponsored by Queen Elizabeth II.
earthworks, drainage works, pavement widening work of art, safety equipment, road marking and police as part of the creation of a supplement to the half-diffuser Bourneville.
More than that, he lived in Bourneville, home to the historic Cadbury factory.
200g dark chocolate (around 45 per cent cocoa solids, Bourneville is ideal)
Third-placed Peterborough Lions proved too much for Bourneville with a 41-10 victory, Peterborough racing into a 29-0 interval lead, adding two further tries before Chris Humphy and Ned Stevenson crossed late on for Bournville.
It was then Bourneville Harrier Caroline Harlon-Marks in third with 40:32.
However, Dubai's social media circles as well as the mainstream media have hinted that the company could be the one to have commissioned this 'not-so-sweet' campaign for their fine dark chocolates, Bourneville.
Scientists at Cadbury's research and development plant in Bourneville, near Birmingham, call their breakthrough 'temperature-tolerant chocolate'.
His main photographer was Paul Regnard and his main assistant Desire Bourneville.

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