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Five Towns

the. the name given in his fiction by Arnold Bennett to the Potteries towns (actually six in number) of Burslem, Fenton, Hanley, Longton, Stoke-upon-Trent, and Tunstall, now part of the city of Stoke-on-Trent
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Officials in the health ministry together with a team of the World Health Organisation surveyed the five towns of the city and assessed the dangers posed by the germ.
Bus transportation is available for participants from Brooklyn, Five Towns, Queens and Teaneck, NJ by reservation.
In the latest incidents, cars owned by government agencies and judicial bodies were torched with petrol bombs in five towns across ethnic Albanian-majority Kosovo overnight, police said.
This includes constructing 120 large public schools in 7 districts of the province, and five towns in Karachi.
Five towns on the Island put in a joint application to Anglesey Charitable Trust for funding to buy a brand new CCTV system.
It includes the construction of around 120 large public schools in seven districts of the province, including five towns in Karachi.
Leaders from Meriden, Wallingford, Cheshire, North Haven and Hamden--the five towns under contract to send waste to the 10-acre plant at 530 S.
However, assessments to the five towns would increase 6.
Flood warning has also been issued for five towns due to high flood in River Sutlej in Punjab.
AT&T de Puerto Rico said it has activated six new 4G mobile Internet cell sites in five towns to boost coverage and provide speeds up to four times faster than 3G, reports News Is My Business (May 21, 2013).
A number of councillors believed they were voting for free parking across all spaces in the five towns, with some time restrictions.
FIVE towns are to get an early Christmas present - in the form of a week's free car parking.