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Braine

John (Gerard). 1922--86, English novelist, whose works include Room at the Top (1957) and Life at the Top (1962)
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The potential value obtained from such utility tokens could eventually be broadened and extended by going beyond payments to also include more complex transaction types where you are looking for an atomic swap of different asset classes," added Braine.
Lonza acquired the Braine peptide business in 2006 from UCB, while PolyPeptide's corporate roots in peptide therapeutics date back to the 1950s.
Lonza Braine will provide access to additional large-scale capacity in synthesis, purification and isolation of peptides, while PolyPeptide's existing, complementary portfolio of late-stage products offers opportunities for synergies and continued growth.
It's a really exciting mix I've put together, and it shows some highly respected painters of Wales in a fresh light," says Braine.
Braine appeals mostly to philosophy and linguistics, and his knowledge of philosophy in particular--analytic, Continental, and historical--is astounding.
GREAT TO BE HERE: Mia Braine, top left, a view from the Beacon, top right, and Jane Gallogly, above, of Seasons
Tyler hit Darren Braine with a blunt object so hard that fragments of his skull became embedded in his brain.
Up to now, Richard Moon--or the 'Railway Moon' as Braine named him--was known as the archetypal hard man of Victorian business.
GUEST SPEAKER: Modern recruits to the Navy tended to be studious, scientific types, guest speaker Capt S R Braine of HMS Ceres told diners at the inaugural dinner of the Huddersfield branch of the Royal Naval Association, held at the Packhorse Hotel this week in 1953.
A separate charge, that Notman attacked another woman, Harriet Braine, by punching and kicking her, was also dropped.
We illustrate the important aspects of these conditions with examples from two municipalities with Belgian neighborhood watch projects: Lochristi and Braine l'Alleud.