WHEN CorkGuard Closures Ltd introduced SmartCork to the market it knew the Australian wine industry would be tough to crack because of its preference for screwcap. 532 more words
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The soldiers hear that they are finally going home.
4 miles S E of Louisville K.Y. Wednesday, July 5, 1865 Very Warm and dry A patch of oats is being harvested close by our camp there is considerable meadow land around here and haying has been going on ever since we have been here the Soldiers try their hand at haying and harvesting a little but their work don’t amount to much I tried it a little just a few minutes didnt see any fun in it recd a letter from and wrote to David the order to muster out all the army of the Tenn was read to our reg the boys were in high glee and manifested their delight by loud and frequent cheers an abolitionist undertook to preach Nigger Equality boys Stoned him and made him quit Ralston was very drunk also some other of our boys slightly intoxicated
Saturday, May 27, 1865 5 miles north of Washington D C Rained all night and looks very little like clearing off as yet we have not policed our camp yet on account of the rain we are all laying around our chebangs sadly in want of something amusing or instructive with which to while away the long hours I wrote to David… 92 more words
A biotechnologist named David Taylor has come up with a new way to study trendy, popular names. Instead of looking at currently “hot” names from TV shows and movies, he used a chemistry algorithm called “chromatography” to analyze Social Security Administration data from inception to date for the purpose of finding the trendiest popular names of all time. 302 more words
Location: Oldbury, West Midlands, England
This lost cast iron drinking fountain was manufactured by the Coalbrookdale Company Foundry. David Taylor, the founder of the London Ironworks in Oldbury, bequeathed to the town in his will a sum of money to purchase a drinking fountain, (the proposal to erect a fountain had been initiated 35 years earlier.) It was erected at the corner of Birmingham Street and Unity Place on the same site from which Jack Judge, composer of ‘It’s a long way to Tipperary’, would later sell fish from his handcart. 624 more words