Greendale


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Greendale,

village (1990 pop. 15,128), Milwaukee co., SE Wis., a suburb of Milwaukee; inc. 1938. Metal products are manufactured. Greendale is one of three original Greenbelt low-cost, planned communities built by the federal government in the 1930s.
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WORCESTER -- Local and state police were called to the Greendale Mall parking lot Saturday night to investigate what was described as a "suspicious package.
Greendale, a division of construction and development specialist Southdale, has posted impressive results in helping homes reduce their carbon footprint.
Coventry went back in front 10 minutes later when Russell charged down a Greendale kick and gathered the ball to run in between the posts from 35 metres, adding the conversion before Greendale kicked a penalty from the shadow of the posts.
He lived in Greendale, a village full of nosey parkers where everyone knew everyone else's business - usually because Postman Pat (known to the Offspring as Postum Pat) went from door to door spreading the gossip.
IN 2004 HE CREATED ALL OF THE PACKAGING AND ART DIRECTION FOR NEIL YOUNG'S GREENDALE ALBUM, WHICH WAS A COMBINATION CD, DVD, LIVE CONCERT TOUR AND FEATURE FILM RELEASED THEATRICALLY.
Fly-half Adam Greendale and his English colleague TomCooper stood out in the Bedwas backs and prop Matthew Petit was outstanding.
Replacement Greendale, on for Connor, added the extras.
The lead was short lived though as the visitors' replacement hooker Alan Fowler was driven over from a close range lineout and Adam Greendale converted.
Postman Pat has been delivering much further afield than Greendale.
PANDEMONIUM breaks out in Greendale when Postman Pat has too many parcels to deliver.
He was a long-time member of The Greendale Retired Men's Club of Worcester, of which I am a member.
Shingler landed two penalties before the interval, while all Bedwas had to show for their first-half efforts was a penalty by fly-half Adam Greendale.

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