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grange

History an outlying farmhouse in which a religious establishment or feudal lord stored crops and tithes in kind
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grange

1. A farm.
2. A farmhouse and its out-buildings.
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According to Granges, its nomination committee before the Annual General Meeting 2019 consists of representatives of the company's three largest shareholders and Granges' chairman of the board.
This transaction is anticipated to be accretive to Granges earnings per share in 2016.
Along with the State Grange earning national recognition, the State Youth Program also received this honor; five other local Granges did as well: Uxbridge Grange and North Orange Grange in Worcester County, Dunstable Grange in Middlesex County, Rowley Grange in Essex County, and Dartmouth Grange in Bristol County.
"The award is for the Granges that are really more advanced in technology and community service work," said Holden Grange secretary Janet Segur.
From the Grange's beginnings in Indiana, local granges and unauthorized county councils had engaged in cooperative economic action against local merchants and middlemen.
To maintain their standards of prosperity, farmers in the Knock Grange and other subordinate Granges enthusiastically supported the co-operative system in their locales.
Reportedly, Granges' nomination committee for the 2019 Annual General Meeting shall consist of representatives from the three largest shareholders and the chairman of the company's board of directors.
According to Granges, it has decided to halt the plans for a joint venture in North America, as the project isn't sufficiently attractive for Granges from a risk-reward perspective given the current circumstances.
18 August 2016 - Swedish aluminium products supplier Granges AB expects to close its acquisition of Noranda Aluminum Holding Corp.'s downstream aluminium rolling business in the United States on 22 August, the company said.
In response to an article in the May 6 Register-Guard, "Oregon granges struggle to survive": The Grange is not only surviving, it is thriving.