Middlesex


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Middlesex,

former county adjoining London, SE England. In 1965 the county was principally reorganized into the Greater London boroughs of Barnet, Brent, Ealing, Enfield, Haringey, Harrow, Hillingdon, Hounslow, and Richmond upon Thames.

Middlesex,

borough (1990 pop. 13,055), Middlesex co., N central N.J.; inc. 1913. The borough has diversified manufacturing industries that include the production of adhesives, plastics, and chemicals.

Middlesex

a former county of SE England: became mostly part of N and W Greater London in 1965
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The overall winner was chosen by Middlesex Staff from the four 1st prize winners.
The White Rose looked certain of completing a 10th win from 14 matches when they routed Middlesex for 106 on day one.
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Middlesex were still bowled out for 260 in reply to Warwickshire's first innings' 342, but Compton's three-and-ahalf hour effort could be telling on a pitch continuing to help the seamers.
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The Pontarddulais paceman reached the 100 and 200 first class wicket milestones quicker than any bowler in the county's history before leaving Wales at the end of 2012 to play for Middlesex.
Reece Topley struck three times late on to stop Morgan's side threatening the 200-mark, including the removal of Joe Denly and Dan Christian in successive deliveries, the latter falling rst ball on his Middlesex debut.
Academics and dignitaries, including Middlesex University London Vice-Chancellor Professor Michael Driscoll, Deputy Vice-Chancellor Research and Enterprise Professor Waqar Ahmed, and Professor Raed Awamleh, Pro Vice-Chancellor Middlesex of University and director of Middlesex University Dubai, government officials, senior executives from top multinational companies, members of the faculty and students attended the grand ceremony.
Yorkshire's injury problems have deepened - Gary Ballance and Moin Ashraf have been ruled out of the trip south - and, although they are level on points with Middlesex, that gap may well be wider after this week's game at Lord's.

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