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Briggs

Henry. 1561--1631, English mathematician: introduced common logarithms
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Bosses said the acquisition by Rochdale-based Tetrosyl, which owns brands including T-Cut, and Carlube, of James Briggs, a PS50m turnover consumer chemicals manufacturer employing around 300 people at two sites in Oldham, will ensure the longevity of the business.
Brandon Briggs was incarcerated at the Lawrenceville Correctional Center, which is owned and run by a private prison company.
The Washington Department of Revenue has appointed Kara Briggs as the new tribal liaison.
United States-based Briggs & Stratton Corporation (NYSE: BGG) has signed a supply agreement with Walbro LLC, a global manufacturer of electronic fuel injectors and other OPE engine systems.
Briggs as Chief Financial Officer on an interim basis.
Briggs died from a self-inflicted gunshot on March 30, 2008.
In this fascinating survey of the popular Myers-Briggs Type Inventory (MBTI) and its passionate originators Katharine Briggs and her daughter, Isabel Briggs Myers, Merve Emre delves deeply into these women's personalities and those of the many others who spread their ideas far and wide over the course of nearly a century.
Amanda Briggs, 31, admitted causing grievous bodily harm to Catherine Whittaker, 45, who suffered a broken hip.
Briggs' The Invisible Bestseller: Searching for the Bible in America might resonate with you.
Based in Milwaukee, Briggs & Stratton produces lawn mower engines and small engines.
When done safely, swimming can be an excellent source of aerobic fitness for people of all ages and physical abilities, says Kathe Briggs,