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Brent,

outer borough (1991 pop. 226,100) of Greater London, SE England. The area is a rail and industrial center. Its manufactures include automobile parts, clocks and watches, and electrical equipment. At Wembley is a large sports stadium that was originally built for the British Empire Exposition of 1924–25 and was the site of the 1948 summer Olympics. Mandir Mahotsav, one of the largest Hindu temples outside India, is located in Neasden.

Brent

a borough of NW Greater London. Pop.: 267 800 (2003 est.). Area: 44 sq. km (17 sq. miles)
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We catch up with Brent (Ricky Gervais) in Slough where, having left paper merchant Wernham Hogg, he's now a travelling salesman of cleaning and sanitary products for Lavichem.
I see a lot of David Brent in me, but also in others over the years," he said.
At the end of our journey the only ones to finish were my wife Stephanie and I, a 15 year-old kid, and, of course, Brent, who at that point was in his eighties.
Brent is working as a sales rep for a company called Lavichem, trying to launch his music career on the side.
Brent studied Business and Chemistry while he spent his summers working for a commercial landscaping company.
It is difficult to make use of the low price of Brent Crude and import additional quantities of crude or petroleum products at present due to a lack of financial resources in the form of foreign currency needed to do so, said Tarek El Molla, Chairman of the Egyptian General Petroleum Corporation (EGPC).
Brent crashed his Mercedes sedan on a suburban Dallas highway on his way back from a night out.
Usually, the Oman contract price stands somewhere between that of paper Brent at the upper level and paper WTI in the third tier.
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-December 11, 2013--ICE launches new expiry calendar for Brent crude oil futures, options
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