Dudley


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Dudley,

metropolitan borough (1991 pop. 186,513), W central England. Dudley's famed iron, coal, and limestone industries began declining c.1870. Other industries include engineering works, steelworks, metallurgy, glass cutting, textiles, and leatherworking. Isolated on an elevated site, Dudley was enlarged in 1966. The ruins of Dudley Castle, around which the area developed in the 13th cent., are surrounded by a park with a zoo. It has education and technical colleges. The Black Country Living Museum depicts the Industrial Revolution.

Dudley

1. a town in W central England, in Dudley unitary authority, West Midlands: wrought-iron industry. Pop.: 194 919 (2001)
2. a unitary authority in W central England, in West Midlands. Pop.: 304 800 (2003 est.). Area: 98 sq. km (38 sq. miles)
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Yn y rhaglen nos Fercher bydd Dudley yn blasu rhai o fwydydd gorau'r ffair ac yn cyfarfod y bobl sy'n gyfrifol am y cynnyrch.
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Dudley Zoo and Castle redeveloped to include a tropical dome, Asiatic forest, two aquatic facilities and walkthrough aviaries.
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Dudley, at my prompting, asked for reactions to his paper.
Dudley has an MBA in strategy and finance from the University of Houston and a bachelor of science in Chemical Engineering from Lamar University.
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Chris Kelly, MP for Dudley South, was pleased to meet with Anna East, chairman, and Jeremy Wood, chief executive, at the society's new head office at the Waterfront.
In his new series Dudley yn Gwledda, which starts on Tuesday, Dudley heads to the resort to visit local producers and cook local food at the Llyen Land and Seafood festival, which was held over Jubilee weekend.