Braemar


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Braemar

a village in NE Scotland, in Aberdeenshire; Balmoral Castle is nearby: site of the Royal Braemar Gathering, an annual Highland Games meeting
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I joined the smallest of the fleet, the 929-passenger Braemar, for its 14-night voyage from Dover to St Petersburg.
Here, Braemar, which was appointed as golf management partner to Tazegzout, turned to NFS Technology Group's IBS Golf Club Management to offer a total management software solution.
Jonathan Schindler, of Cassidy Turley, represented Braemar Energy in the lease transaction along with colleague Christina Campanella.
We are very excited about licensing this innovative LNG containment technology to Braemar.
8220;The forthcoming turnaround cruise season from Harwich on Braemar builds upon Fred.
William Meston, of Braemar Royal Highland Society, said: "We're very proud of the connection with the royal family.
The tenement covers over 20km of the highly prospective Braemar Iron Formation, which hosts Carpentaria's flagship $3.
Peter Malpas, head of research at Braemar, a unit of Braemar Shipping Services PLC, expected the freight market to see signs of recovery in 2013, with the extent of an upturn depending notably on how supply is adjusted.
The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh have been joined by Prime Minster David Cameron and his wife Samantha at the Braemar Gathering in Royal Deeside.
The cheque was presented by Braemar Nass golf course construction director David Anthony to BMI liaison officer and fundraiser Dreena Rogers at the Awali Golf Club.
Braemar Estates, the property asset management arm of the Braemar Group plc, has been appointed as property managers of the Masshouse residential block in Birmingham.
HER Majesty appeared very much amused as she watched heavyweight competitors at the Highland Games in Braemar yesterday.