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BRANDY. A spirituous liquor made of wine by distillation. See stat. 22 Car. H. c. 4.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Cache Creek said Brandywine aligns with Cache Creek's investment thesis of acquiring niche providers of high reliability, mission critical products to the aerospace and defense markets.
On the Brandywine Project, as part of a comprehensive review of the substantial historical data sets, the Company's geologists have reviewed the silver results from Placer Dome's substantial rock sampling during a 1988 - 1989 exploration program.
Proceeds of the Company's Flow-Through financing are to fund the upcoming exploration program on the newly acquired Brandywine gold/silver project.
Unlike the others, Brandywine Country HOA, revokedEvergreen's authority to sign on its bank accounts around 2013 but leftthem in charge ofcollecting assessments and making deposits.
Indeed, war would be a factor in changing the Brandywine Valley's identity forever.
No inventory of historical tomatoes would be complete without mentioning Brandywine, probably the most famous American historical tomato.
in Enfield, CT as an Educational Consultant from 1988-1996; for University of Delaware in Newark, DE as an Adjunct Associate Professor from 1998-2000; and as a Technology Education Teacher & Department Chair for the Brandywine School District in Wilmington, DE from 1996-2013.
Global Banking News-May 27, 2015--Patriot National takes over Brandywine Insurance Advisors
Goss wrote he considered the Brandywine tomato's flavor to be "unremarkable." I've grown that variety often and have been very pleased with its flavor.
Brandywine: A Military History of the Battle That Lost Philadelphia but Saved America, September 11, 1777
Also available as an ebook (9781611211634), Brandywine: A Military History of the Battle that Lost Philadelphia but Saved America, September 11, 1777 is an in-depth study and analysis of the strategic, political, and tactical elements of the largest battle of the American Revolution.