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Gadsden

(gădz`dən), city (1990 pop. 42,523), seat of Etowah co., NE Ala., on the Coosa River; settled in 1846, inc. 1871. Iron, coal, limestone, sand, clay, and timber are found in the area. Gadsden has metal, textile, and electronics industries and a large tire and rubber plant. The city is home to Gadsden State Community College.
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She serves on the board of several civic organizations, including the United Way of Etowah County, Kiwanis Club of Gadsden and Gadsden Symphony Orchestra, among others.
When he was seen by police Gadsden said he had gone to assist doormen after Mr Donaghey got in a fight and was being ejected.
For customers who wish to sign up in person, these packages are available at the following retail locations in Gadsden and Tuscaloosa: 204 North Hood Avenue Gadsden, AL 35903 2340 McFarland Boulevard East Tuscaloosa, AL 35404
Gadsden, who herself has a chronic illness identified directly with the fragility and catharsis conveyed by the work, and the experience of being kept alive by medical intervention, which inspired her to track the artist down.
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The Hampton Inn Gadsden is managed by Jackson Hospitality Services, a hospitality management company
Gadsden, he didn't want the people in the office to hear him arguing, especially with a white lady.
The gang were like "high stakes gamblers in Casino Royale", Mr Gadsden said.
On top of demanding travel expenses for the wasted trip from Devon for his Stewart Kittow-trained stayer, Hawridge Prince, Gadsden is calling for connections to share the prize-money for the lost races, which included a 17-runner apprentice handicap and maidens with fields of 13 and 14.
As the Dean of Technical Programs at Gadsden State Community College, Gadsden, Ala.
Gadsden is a curator for the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.
No jobs at the Ashland plant will be lost, but 400 of the 675 workers at Gadsden will lose their jobs, the company said.