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Cromer

a resort in E England, on the Norfolk coast: fishing. Pop.: 8836 (2001)
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The restaurant was No 1 Cromer, run by renowned chef Galston Blackiston.
When most loans get to the charge-off stage, the credit union never looks at it again, Cromer noticed.
For me, it was absolutely perfect," said Miss Light, of Cromer.
Interviewed by detectives in June 2005, Smith at first denied any involvement, but then changed his story after being told that DNA evidence linked him to the crimes, Cromer said.
John Davies, 40, from Cromer, said it had been the worst season he had known.
IN 1980 THOMAS Szasz testified for the prosecution in the trial of Darlin June Cromer, a 34-year-old white woman charged with kidnapping and murdering Reginald Williams, a 5-year-old black boy.
Xethanol Corporation recently announced it has hired former Cromer Corporation CEO Robin Buller to serve as the company's new vice president of operations.
We reached a deal to sell the brewery to an Indiana businessman and return the lease to the Art Academy," said Co-owner Mike Cromer in a statement posted online.
The dialogues, in Greystanes, Cromer and Castle Hills, were organized by Initiatives of Change in partnership with the Catholic Bishop of Parramatta, Kevin Manning, Keysar Trad, a director of the Lebanese Muslim Association, and Wendie Wilkie, Associate Secretary of the Uniting Church General Assembly.
Cromer, Optical Fiber Power Meter Calibrations at NIST, NIST Special Publication, 250-54 (2000).
The gift to Cromer & District Hospital, Norfolk, from Sagle Bernstein, who died in May aged 82, is said to be an acknowledgement of the care her sister received through a long and painful illness.
Conditional Tom Siddall has had a season to forget, but he grabbed a double through Cromer Pier and Too Technical.