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Rockingham

Marquess of, title of Charles Watson-Wentworth. 1730--82, British statesman and leader of the Whig opposition, whose members were known as the Rockingham Whigs; prime minister (1765--66; 1782). He opposed the war with the American colonists
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The fact that it was made in South Yorkshire makes the Rockingham story even more compelling.
A fine Rockingham ornamental basket with applied foliage and flowers and painted with a view of 'The Norfolk Suspension Bridge' at Shoreham.
Meanwhile, Faro has announced that he has completed the purchase of the final 120 acres from Rockingham Ventures Inc.
"Rockingham poses a unique challenge, with a good variety of corners and the competition is going to be tighter than ever.
The Rockingham track is also quite local to Jackson and he will be hoping his army of fans will be out in force over the weekend to roar him and the Airwaves team on both in practice and qualifying today and then during the three races tomorrow.
Energy company Piedmont Natural Gas (NYSE:PNY) said on Thursday that it will renovate its LEED-certified facility in Rockingham West Industrial Park by late July 2013, with plans to have it fully operational by spring 2014.
Stonehenge Ceramics is a locally operated and family owned company that has been operating in the Rockingham tiles sector for more than 2 decades.
(OTC: FOFN), the parent company of Four Oaks Bank & Trust company, Four Oaks, North Carolina, said that First Bank has entered into a definitive agreement to purchase the Southern Pines and Rockingham, North Carolina branches of Four Oaks Bank & Trust company.
Seb is the first to acknowledge the depth of talent in Protyre Formula Renault BARC this year and also the tough challenge he'll face at Rockingham to continue his superb momentum.
In the early 1980s, when a pair of pressed trousers without stain was regarded by Americas collegiate youth as nascent fascism, Rockingham black-tie dinners and white-tie parties were perceived as something between a gay bathhouse and The Great Gatsby, with distinct overtones of a Ku Klux Klan cross burning.

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