Also this will be applauded by other true national sides who are fed up of England having three sides in all competitions: The Big Bit of England; Western England; and Northern England (formerly known as
Item No 2 Land at D No 6/1 New 19 Saidapet Village Abdul Razack Street formerly known as Armenian Street Blk No 35 admeasuring 1139 s ft in R S No 31 31A TS No 7 1 measuring East to West on either side 33 6 ft North to South on either Side 34 ft
Item No 3 Land at D No 6/2 New 19 Saidapet Village Abdul Razack Street formerly known as Armenian Street Blk No 35 admeasuring 1762 s ft in R S No 31 31A TS No 7 1 measuring East to West on either side 34 9 ft North to South on Eastern Side 50 3 ft Western side 51 ft
The Sapir Organization, formerly known as
Zar Realty, is planning major capital improvements on the building, which houses government tenants the Business Integrity Commission, New York State Department of Labor, and the New York City Law Department.
COULD Charlotte Sneddon, formerly known as
McCafferty, and Eddie Spence, brother and sister of the late Peggy Smibert, please get in touch A.Spence 07960306301
The Hales Centenary Maiden Stakes, formerly known as the Newbury Racecourse Gold Club Maiden Stakes, will be switched from the fifth to the second race on the card, and will be covered live on BBC.
The Newbury Racecourse Golf Club Conditions Stakes, formerly known as the Hales Centenary Conditions Stakes, will now be the fifth race.
Proceeds from this offering are planned to be used by the company for partial repayment of the bridge loan incurred in connection with PPL Corporation's recent acquisition of Western Power Distribution (East Midlands) plc (formerly known as
Central Networks East plc) and WPD Midlands Holdings Limited (formerly known as
Central Networks Limited), parent of Western Power Distribution (West Midlands) plc (formerly known as
Central Networks West plc).
DIG, formerly known as
The Investment Office, rebranded to incorporate and promote its tie to Dubai.
Arty dance shows formerly known as
posh have turned seriously sexy all of a sudden.
Formerly known as
the residential annex of the McBurney YMCA, Common Ground acquired the building in October 2000 for the development of 207 units of affordable supportive housing.
We have seen significant investment sales within the community, including the sale of the 1.6 million SF two-building complex known as The Falchi and The Factory Buildings, the sale of the 1-million-square-foot Queens Atrium Corporate Center buildings (formerly known as
IDCNY), and the sale of the 450,000 SF Swingline buildings.