Abingdon


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Abingdon

a market town in S England, in Oxfordshire. Pop.: 36 010 (2001)
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An 80-year-old sat on a bench outside the discount shop in Abingdon was also attacked.
The Abingdon Edition is a recreated MGB roadster while the LE50 takes the MGB GT into the modern world.
The LE50 has a starting price of PS54,900, while the Abingdon Edition costs from PS79,900 and Mr Braclik says it is easy to add up to PS10,000-worth of speci-fied extras, including such modernday luxuries as air-conditioning and sat-nav.
And it's the sheer variety of Abingdon Road life which stands out from the selection of archive photos we reproduce today.
The Abingdon Co produces high-end watches that marry function and fashion for women for an affordable price.
The Abingdon honoring her tonight is only 20 years old now; but Shirley is a little older than that.
Merthyr will rue missed opportunities at Abingdon, with Ryan Newman and Garyn Preen having shots saved.
Just before the break Abingdon drew level as Stuart Young responded.
Tony Holmes, Abingdon Chance for Angels Hopefully we will see what Angels Will Fall is capable of in the Flying Childers.
It was handed to police after a keen-eyed member of the public found it inside a plastic bag outside a shop in Bury Street, Abingdon, on Monday.
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Saved from the grave; Neolithic to Saxon discoveries at Spring Road Municipal Cemetery, Abingdon, Oxfordshire, 1990-2000.