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Blackburn

1. a city in NW England, in Blackburn with Darwen unitary authority, Lancashire: formerly important for textiles, now has mixed industries. Pop.: 105 085 (2001)
2. Mount. a mountain in SE Alaska, the highest peak in the Wrangell Mountains. Height: 5037 m (16 523 ft.)
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Christopher Drew Brookes, 53, of Albany Road, Blackburn, Lancashire, nine years after admitting conspiring to supply cocaine and mephedrone.
She was detained by anti-terror police in April along with Britain's youngest convicted Islamic terrorist, a boy of 14 from Blackburn, Lancashire, who has already admitted encouraging an IS-inspired terror attack on officers at the annual Anzac parade.
The boy was held in Blackburn, Lancashire, after police examined a number of electronic devices and raided a house in the town on Thursday.
It's understood he'll now head home to Blackburn, Lancashire, for some quality time with his family.
One store in Blackburn, Lancashire had a pile of crutches, two wheelchairs and a stack of zimmer frames.
A pit bull terrier-type dog prohibited under the Dangerous Dogs Act 1991 has mauled a baby girl to death while she slept in Blackburn, Lancashire, England.
The marine, from Blackburn, Lancashire, was described by his mother as a "devoted, beautiful and giving son".
Aso Mohammed Ibrahim, 33, an Iraqi Kurd who was already banned from driving, left Amy Houston dying under the wheels of his car in Blackburn, Lancashire, in 2003.
The youngster, named locally as Naeemah Accha, suffered a massive head injury when she hit the ground outside St Michael with St John Primary School in Blackburn, Lancashire.
Naseebah Bibi would not let the women leave the family home in Blackburn, Lancashire, without her permission.
And when Xabi Alonso broke the stalemate, a cliche you would not find in a Clive Tyldesley Christmas cracker box poured forth: "Four thousand holes in Blackburn, Lancashire, and Liverpool needed just the one.
The former lorry driver, of Blackburn, Lancashire, has had three operations to treat skin cancer.