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John (Gerard). 1922--86, English novelist, whose works include Room at the Top (1957) and Life at the Top (1962)
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Speaking at a press conference in Westminster, Mr Braine cited the change of editor at the Daily Mail and appointment of former deputy prime minister Sir Nick Clegg at Facebook.
Mr Braine was the favoured candidate of former leader Gerard Batten, pictured right, who stood down after the party was wiped out in May's European elections, haemorrhaging support to Nigel Farage's new Brexit Party.
When Braine visited him recently, his studio was full of completed work that had never been framed.
Although he was heartbroken, Braine put the bitter episode behind and scored 428 marks in the KCPE examination.
Braine, who grew up as a New York City one-waller, is a USHA Grand Master for winning 10 national age-group titles.
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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.
The Braine facility will provide immediate 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 for the company.
Lonza's Braine facility, with approximately 280 employees, is the center for peptide chemical development and manufacturing within Lonza.