Adamstown


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Adamstown

 

the administrative center of Pitcairn Island (a British possession), in the southeastern part of the Pacific Ocean. The population of Adamstown is about 100. There is a port, and the chief occupation is fishing.

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It built a number of well-regarded residential developments around Dublin and was behind the large Adamstown development in the west of the city.
He and his supporters threw themselves into working among the poor, first in Adamstown, NSW, and from 1933 in Fitzroy, an inner suburb of Melbourne.
Walker, 25 Russell Ave, Adamstown Heights, Newcastle, NSW 2289.
Adamstown Central, the new town centre development vision led by UK architects Metropolitan Workshop, has secured planning.
Now some of Frank's personal items and a photograph have turned up in Australia where Patrick Rose, 70, from Adamstown, Newcastle, New South Wales, is appealing for information on the soldier so that the items can be sent to his surviving family members in the North East.
6 million Defence Housing Authority development at Adamstown, NSW (a suburb of Newcastle) has been named after Captain Clarence Jeffries VC.
Prosecuting Garda Anthony Fennelly told the court how Roche calld him a b*** and cursed his family when he stopped her for speeding at Adamstown, Co Waterford in her Ford Ka.
Dan Morphy, a dealer from the Adamstown Antique Gallery in Denver, Pa.
Joyce Webster, 1st-grade teacher at Gehman's Mennonite School in Adamstown, Pennsylvania, submitted this "Sparker.
For example, $430 million has been budgeted for systemwide modernization as well as the construction of a new Pepperidge Farm factory in Adamstown, Pa.
However, high yielding property in such areas as Splott, Adamstown or Rumney in Cardiff (so the seesaw arm with yield on it goes up on one side) will suffer from low capital growth (so the other arm with capital growth on the seesaw goes down).
The former Dundee United stopper returned from a stint in Australia with Adamstown Rosebud for family reasons and had been on the lookout for a club in Scotland.