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Matlock

a town in England, on the River Derwent, administrative centre of Derbyshire: mineral springs. Pop.: 11 265 (2001)
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We continue to see excellent demand for big box centers that are well located with top anchors, states Matlock.
Two goals in the final quarter of an hour saw Matlock eventually triumph 4-2, a battling Blyth having hit the woodwork no fewer than four times.
Both sides have won two games in the competition already and Wade has his eye on a dream draw should Spartans prevail against Matlock.
Matlock continued to test the home side through some great interplay between forwards and their speedy backs and scored again after a number of well worked phases.
Matlock, however, were level within eight minutes as skipper Ted Cribley headed past Chris Sanna from a Jordan Deacey cross.
Matlock are coming off of a morale-boosting victory over fellow strugglers Marine and Lawson wants his side to show their true colours.
Buxton may look tempting at 23-20 to defeat an out-of-form Matlock side without a win in seven games.
Matlock thinks that farmers accept the notion that climate change is real, that the world has warmed, precipitating "wetter wets, dryer dries, warmer warms, colder colds.
com)-- Matlock Media Group is expanding their creative services team to help further their commitment to being a one-stop shop for all of their clients marketing needs.
Strike Back: Vengeance (Sky1, tonight, 9pm) | When a woman and her son are kidnapped by Matlock and Kohl, Section 20 believes the mercenaries are actually targeting the victim's father.
Matlock Town 0 Chester 1 A GOAL midway through the second half from substitute Michael Wilde kept Chester's promotion quest on track, and extended the club's lead at the top of the Evo-Stik Premier League to eight points.
Ambassador Jack Matlock has written a book for "thinking Americans" (i.