Citron's mandate was characteristically demanding and characteristically simple: to produce an all-new design for a 10 HP car that would be better equipped, more robust and less costly to produce than any rival product at the time.By 1931 he had also decided to create a bus company to offer ease of transport to a greater number of people.As well as providing a ready market for the parent company's passenger transport vehicles - and an opportunity to showcase them to others - the new enterprise set about developing both local and long distance services in several parts of France.It is suggested that Andr Citron had been much impressed by the Green Line coach network after a visit to London, and saw that something similar could be established around Paris.He also appeared in Monte Carlo, a 2011 American comedy film.
Andr Citron started the first series production of motor cars in 1919 by converting his former arms factory.
Some European recipes adapted well to these new ingredients. Connecticut Delaware Georgia Maryland Massachusetts (Plimoth colony) New Hampshire New Jersey New York (New Netherlands) North Carolina Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina Virginia Breakfast, lunch & dinner? It is important to keep in mind there is no such thing as a "typical colonial meal." The Royal Governor of Virginia ate quite differently from the first Pilgrim settlers and the West Indians laboring in Philadelphia's cookshops.
Colonial meal structures/times were also different from what we know today. For most people in the 18th century it was considered the main (biggest) meal of the day. What did "average" New England colonists eat during a typical day?
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