Boulton


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Boulton

Matthew. 1728--1809, British engineer and manufacturer, who financed Watt's steam engine and applied it to various industrial purposes
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Two years ago, Norfab recorded $10 million worth of gross sales and Boulton expects Norfab will easily surpass those figures this year by more than 60 per cent if demand keeps up.
IN most books written on the history of Birmingham the names of Boulton and Watt go together like Port and Stilton or Morecambe and Wise.
The engraving on the Boulton family tea vase (1775-6) indicates it was made for Boulton's personal use.
A SPECIAL service is to be held at Westminster Abbey to dedicate a memorial for legendary Birmingham industrialist Matthew Boulton.
The two airplanes, which cost $115,000 each, come equipped with many instruments and a state-of-the-art design that makes them safer than others in Lane Community College's current fleet, said Steve Boulton, aviation academy director.
Boulton admitted possession of amphetamine with intent to supply.
NASDAQ: TYPE) said that in association with its April 7, 2014 acquisition of Mark Boulton Design Ltd.
Contract notice: Matthew Boulton New Development, Matthew Boulton Campus, Birmingham Metropolitan College.
Part of the publisher's series, "Science, Technology, and Culture, 1700-1945," this volume presents 16 contributed chapters on the life and activities of Matthew Boulton (1728-1829), who was the business partner of Scottish engineer James Watt.
SIR - We are writing in response to the letter regarding Honours from Syd Boulton (July 24).
Atlantic League founder and CEO Frank Boulton announced on Monday the formation of a new professional baseball league that will debut next year and he said he expects Worcester to become a member.
Boulton has enjoyed his first experience at Moss Lane and acknowledges the contribution of LSH'S established players together with some impressive new recruits.