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Briggs

Henry. 1561--1631, English mathematician: introduced common logarithms
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Catherine was attacked in Manchester as she tried to stop Briggs and another man kicking and punching a homeless ex- serviceman.
As a result, Briggs was recently recognised for supplier innovation for their material handling solutions at Cummins Europe, Middle East and Africa Supplier Awards.
This sojourn into American Christianity brings Briggs to people and places both expected and surprising, such as the developer of a Bible app that lets the faithful study on the go, discussion of Bible-centric television shows, and the 2012 joint conference between the Society of Biblical Literature and the American Academy of Religion.
Briggs & Stratton, similar to all companies, depends on customer satisfaction to succeed.
When done safely, swimming can be an excellent source of aerobic fitness for people of all ages and physical abilities, says Kathe Briggs,
Porter Briggs is adding a president to run the operations of his latest venture, Traveller.
LAW firm Pinsent Masons has advised forklift truck distributor Briggs Equipment UK on a PS200 million long term assetbased financing deal, to assist its development plans.
Briggs is the UK arm of Briggs International, the global distributor of Yale and Hyster Materials Handling equipment.
She was predeceased by her son Gary Briggs in 1996 and a son David Briggs of Washington in 2014.
Magistrates at Llandudno heard Peter Briggs, 35, a commercial surveyor, had commented "that's disgusting" but grabbed the 14-year-old lad around the head when the youngster and a pal laughed.
Chloe Hudson prosecuting told Leeds Crown Court Natalie Briggs was upset when her father "rekindled" a relationship with Julie Robinson.
The "Graceland" team participated in an undercover bank heist as Briggs got even more paranoid about his secret being exposed.