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Gresham

(grĕsh`əm), city (2000 pop. 90,205), Multnomah co., NW Oregon, mainly residential suburb E of Portland, near the Columbia River; founded 1852, inc. 1905. Construction materials and electronic equipment are manufactured; local agricultural products include nuts, berries, nursery plants, and poultry. Mt. Hood National Forest and the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area are nearby.

Gresham

Sir Thomas. ?1519--79, English financier, who founded the Royal Exchange in London (1568)
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It is also good to see that Teesside University also has plans to build a 'student village' in Gresham, which will include amenities for hundreds of students.
Gresham said the project was connected to the distribution network and the commissioning tests were successfully completed in April.
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Gresham bought B2 Group for a total consideration of up to EUR 8.5m.
Gresham CEO, Ian Manocha, said, 'This exciting combination creates an industry leader in multi-bank integration and control solutions for corporates, banks, insurers and asset managers, it strengthens our cloud capabilities and gives us a platform to further accelerate our growth.'
They are very savvy" said Blake Wilson, whose tenure as president and CEO of the Mississippi Economic Council goes back to the late 1990s when the late Bill Gresham, the father of Walton and Tom Gresham, gave key support to Wilson's efforts to revive the sagging fortunes of the MEC.
The Gresham Saturday market has vendors that accept SNAP and WIC, and is disabled - access friendly.
Bridesmaids were Katelyn Armstrong sister of the groom Kathryn Gresham Blonkvist, Mary Glenn Christopher, Anne Fisher Cole, Kristie Arnold Conner, Rachel Williamson Donald, Katie Hazard, Marilyn Hill, Laura House, Elizabeth May Meadows, Anne Barrett Polk, Katherine Sneed, and Amy Yauger Threadgill.
Established in 1979 by Jim Gresham, Gresham placed $340 million in premium last year.
Mae'r Gresham wedi bod yn dynfa i bobl o Gymru ers i Aloma, ei phartner Roy, a Tony agor y gwesty ugain mlynedd yn l.
Deloitte's Birmingham-based corporate finance team, including Darren Boocock and Darren Hodson, were lead advisers to Gresham. Richard Edwards led the transaction support team.