Brookhaven


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Brookhaven.

1 City (1990 pop. 10,243), seat of Lincoln co., SW Miss.; inc. 1859. It is situated in a dairy, timber, and farm area. Oil and gas fields are nearby. The city's manufactures include wood products, apparel, lumber, wire cloth, and asphalt. 2 Town (1990 pop. 407,779), Suffolk co., SE N.Y., on E Long Island. The largest Long Island town in area at 326 sq mi (844 sq km), it is a rapidly developing residential, commercial, agricultural, and resort area.
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electric vehicles (EVs) as police patrol cars in the United States plods forward with the Brookhaven Police Department in Georgia acquiring a single used Tesla Model S for evaluation purposes.
An economic incentive agreement, provided by the Town of Brookhaven Industrial Development Agency, helped make the project feasible, a company official said.
Brookhaven Industrial Development Agency announced they closed on an agreement that will provide economic incentives to 10 National Medford LLC, whose managing member is Jeffrey Feil of the Feil Organization, for its purchase and leaseback of Intercounty's facility at 10 National Blvd., which total 250,000 s/f and sits on almost 30 acres.
Lockwood will manage the South Mississippi market, which includes the Hattiesburg, Natchez and Brookhaven Divisions.
"If you have a cell phone, you likely need to charge its battery every day, due to the limited capacity of the battery's electrodes," said Esther Takeuchi, a SUNY distinguished professor at Stony Brook University and a chief scientist in the Energy Sciences Directorate at Brookhaven Lab.
Brookhaven is a thriving community filled with plenty of Southern charm.
Atlanta, GA, November 15, 2015 --(PR.com)-- Engel & Volkers Brookhaven Atlanta luxury real estate boutique brokerage ended its Operation Gratitude drive with a bang.
DePoyster is seeking nearly $550,000 in damages from Brookhaven Medical Inc.
Brookhaven National Laboratory's aFCL is a novel superconducting fault current limiter (FCL) that can transmit a large amount of electrical energy during the "on" state without any added conduction losses.
US-based medical technology developer Brookhaven Medical, Inc., has acquired US-based medical device makers FutureMatrix Interventional and CreatiVasc Medical, Inc., the company said on Tuesday.
10 March 2015 - US-based medical technology developer Brookhaven Medical, Inc., has acquired US-based medical device makers FutureMatrix Interventional and CreatiVasc Medical, Inc., the company said on Tuesday.

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