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Middlesbrough

1. an industrial town in NE England, in Middlesbrough unitary authority, North Yorkshire: on the Tees estuary; university (1992). Pop.: 142 691 (2001)
2. a unitary authority in NE England, in North Yorkshire: formerly (1974--96) part of Cleveland county. Pop.: 139 000 (2003 est.). Area: 54 sq. km (21 sq. miles)

Middlesbrough

 

a former municipal county in Great Britain, in what was the North Riding of the former county of Yorkshire, on the estuary of the Tees River. It is an important center for ferrous metallurgy. In 1971, Middlesbrough became part of the Teesside conurbation.

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A native of Middlesbrough, England, Murray is a graduate of the National Council for the Training of Journalists in the United Kingdom.
McClaren and United are understood to have reached an agreement which will see the former Middlesbrough, England and Derby manager take the head coach role, and he is excited by the prospect of matching Newcastle's expectations for the years ahead.
The former Middlesbrough, England and FC Twente boss was lined up for an interview with Villa owner Randy Lerner in London last week.
GARETH SOUTHGATE, star of Middlesbrough, England and pizza commercials, lifted the Carling Cup to the Millennium Stadium roof with a great toothy grin -and ended one of the longest waits in professional football.
Woodgate (21), of Middlesbrough, England U-21 international Lee Bowyer (24), of Leeds, Clifford and Caveney, both 22 and from Middlesbrough, all deny causing grievous bodily harm with intent to Sarfraz Najeib.
Global Internet services are currently available in the following cities: London, England; Middlesbrough, England and Tokyo, Japan, as well as US locations in San Francisco, Los Angeles, Chicago, Dallas, New York, and Washington, D.
Woodgate, 21, of Middlesbrough, England U-21 international Lee Bowyer, 24, of Leeds, Clifford and Neale Caveney, both 22 and from Middlesbrough, deny causing grievous bodily harm with intent to Sarfraz Najeib.
St George's Day was also tinged with sadness for Teessiders in 2004 as it marked the funeral of the former Middlesbrough, England and Great Britain captain George Hardwick.
England international Woodgate, from Middlesbrough, England U-21 international Lee Bowyer, 24, from Leeds, Clifford and Neale Caveney, both 22 and from Middlesbrough, deny causing grievous bodily harm with intent to Mr Najeib.
Woodgate, 21, of Middlesbrough, England U-21 international Lee Bowyer, 24, of Leeds, Paul Clifford and Neale Caveney, both 22 and from Middlesbrough, all deny grievous bodily harm and affray.
REMEMBER When reader Abdul Islam of Linthorpe, Middlesbrough has recalled how his family came to this country by first moving from India to Kenya and then in 1955 to Middlesbrough, England.
The funeral service for the former Middlesbrough, England and Great Britain captain was due to take place at St Mary's Cathedral, Coulby Newham, at 1pm.

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