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- Edward Ashdown Bunyard (1878–1939) was an English food writer and apple enthusiast known for his books The Anatomy Of Dessert, A Handbook of Hardy Fruits...
- Bobby Hopper Tunnel Entering the tunnel northbound OverviewOther name(s)Bunyard Tunnel (prior to designation)LocationUnnamed mountain near Winslow, Arkansas...
- States. The station is currently owned by Jay W. Bunyard & Teresa Bunyard, through licensee Bunyard Broadcasting, Inc. "Station Information Profile"....
- Allancello Michael Siddellviolin (also of The Leisure Society) Ivan Bunyarddrums Harry Cargill – guitar, mandolin (replacement guitar when Mumford...
- grandsons, until it ceased trading in 1957 when it was taken over by Bunyard Nurseries. Bunyard eventually shut down the company and the orchards were built upon...
- province of Yunnan. David Karp and Andy Mariani are co-founders of the Bunyard Orchard of heirloom stone fruit in Morgan Hill, California. Karp became...
- Stuart Bunyard (17 October 1939 – 10 May 2018) was a South African cricketer who pla**** first-cl**** cricket from 1959 to 1963. A fast bowler, Bunyard made...
- The station was sold in August 2008 to longtime Arkansas broadcaster Jay Bunyard, and became an all-sports radio station known as "The Hog". Paired with...
- given until 1894, when George Bunyard named it after the village of Allington near Maidstone in Kent, where one of the Bunyard's nurseries was situated. This...
- Agaricales in Modern Taxonomy. Lubrecht & Cramer Ltd. ISBN 978-3-7682-0143-8. Bunyard BA, Nicholson MS, Royse DJ (December 1996). "Phylogeny of the genus Agaricus...
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