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Methuen

(mĭtho͞o`ən), town (1990 pop. 39,990), Essex co., NE Mass., a suburb of Boston; settled c.1642, set off from Haverhill 1725. Methuen is industrial, and among its products are food items, computer and microwave components, medical suplies, and textiles. The Tenney Estate was converted into St. Basil's Seminary and Presentation of Mary Academy.
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European Youth Olympic medallist Maisie Methuen joined teammates Latalia Bevan, Zoe Simmons, Jolie Ruckley and Emily Thomas to make up the winning female squad.
The project will resurface Route 213 in Methuen from Milepoint 0.
During the time of contract to closing on this Methuen condo, a major title issue was uncovered on the sellers property.
Kate Methuen, 37, and Helen Corsi, 32, are preparing to launch the first Tiger store in Wales in Cardiff's St David's Shopping Centre.
METHUEN - Areanthy Tsapatsaris, 85, formerly of 92 Hampshire Rd.
Stephen Methuen, 57, fiddled the money over six years as the treasurer.
Steven Methuen, from Stourbridge, West Midlands, was described as 'despicable' by Judge John Maxwell.
Steven Methuen, from Stourbridge, was described as "despicable" by Judge John Maxwell.
Richard Wilson, Allie Baker and Lee Brown have each won a place on a Royal Shakespeare Company one-day workshop plus a class set of a play from the Methuen Drama Critical Scripts collection.
During the investigation, the Methuen police also arrested another Church volunteer, Peter Paquette, for failing to register as a sex offender.
The Dean of Ripon, the Very Reverend John Methuen, was sentenced for being almost one-and-a-half times the legal limit at Harrogate Magistrates' Court.
The Very Rev John Methuen was to face 21 charges of conduct unbecoming the office and work of a clerk in Holy Orders and one offence of serious, persistent or continuous neglect of duty.