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Budge

(bŭj),
Julius L., German physiologist, 1811-1888. See: Budge center.
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Budge and fans group the Foundation of Hearts joined forces to lift the troubled club out of a yearlong administration process in June.
We decided that it would be a present for the player we had most enjoyed watching, Don Budge.
For the Mart Stam retrospective they have teamed up with Tecta, the chair manufacturers, to offer Stam's 'Kragstuhl' (developed from the prototype first shown at the Stuttgart Weissenhof exhibition housing in 1927), and with lighting manufacturers Technolumen to manufacture his 'Wandlampe', originally designed for the Henry and Emma Budge Old People's Home in Frankfurt, completed in 1929.
Northampton star Budge (right) is the rugby equivalent of Southampton star Matt Le Tissier.
Company spokesman Rob Budge said: ``Other ma nu -facturers had pulled out of BCG because it is a difficult product to make and that included Chiron.
Budge will discuss more ways for people to protect themselves from identity theft through one of two free seminars sponsored by the city of Palmdale.
31, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Budge, the only social, mobile micro-donation platform, today announced the launch of its " Budge Your Friends to Vote" campaign, a national movement designed to encourage people to engage in the electoral process.
Budge was speaking after addressing Hearts' 109th agm in which she signed off accounts showing a PS681,000 operating loss for the financial year ending June 2015 but a debt reduction of more than PS1.
amp; PARIS -- Business Objects (Nasdaq:BOBJ)(Euronext Paris ISIN code: FR0004026250-BOB), the world's leading provider of business intelligence (BI) solutions, today announced that it has named Keith Budge to the position of senior vice president and general manager of its Asia Pacific region.
Newell & Budge, which has offices in Edinburgh, Horsham, Strathclyde, Birmingham, Belfast and Dublin, said that of the 295 networks identified, no fewer than 80 per cent were found to be broadcasting information about their organisation's network.
Mr Budge stressed only a small number of vaccines were affected.
Former Scotland flanker Budge Pountney yesterday confirmed his retirement from professional rug by after failing to recover from a broken ankle.