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market garden

Chiefly Brit an establishment where fruit and vegetables are grown for sale
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RCMA's latest enterprise activity is the RCMA Market Garden project, a small-scale intensive horticultural operation that will supply both institutional customers and farmers' markets in South East Wales.
An 11-year-old local girl lays flowers on the grave of Private Saxelby, 19, of the Durham Light Infantry at <BOosterbeek War Cemetery in Holland to mark the 70th anniversary of Operation Market Garden
NEW YORK, March 25, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- This week Two Bulls is launching Market Garden, a new immersive mobile game.
Reg, a sergeant with the 2nd Battalion Essex Regiment, landed at Arromanches during DDay, and also saw active service with Operation Market Garden, in September 1944.
Market Garden was launched in September following an overhaul of Capper & Co's supply chain, which saw the wholesaler move to deal directly with growers and importers instead of agents.
In front of huge crowds, the 1,000 Allied troops parachuted on to the site in a re-enactment of Operation Market Garden.
Here we return to some of Europe's greatest operations, like Market Garden and Varsity.
In the category Organic of the World Grower of the Year Award 2006, one of the finalists, if not the winner, was the organic market garden Gebr.
A BRIDGE TOO FAR: Operation Market Garden in 1944 sent thousands of troops behind enemy lines.
As only the third archaeological account of a Chinese market garden in Australia, and the most recent one at that, it will stand as a benchmark for some time.
Private Arthur Foster died during Operation Market Garden in September 1944 from a head wound.