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Mitcham:

see MertonMerton,
outer borough (1991 pop. 161,800) of Greater London, SE England. The area is largely residential with some industry, including tanning and the manufacture of silk and calico prints, varnish and paint, and toys.
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There is some great work going on at Mitcham and we will be working with other organisations to ensure that we are here for the urban cat population.
5, while Mitcham showed his best diving as the competition progressed.
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The 1944 Normandy Campaign is familiar ground for Professor Mitcham.
Jeremy Glover's horses have been hitting the target this week and Honesty Fair looks poised to step up on her promising effort at Haydock behind Mitcham.
Mitcham 2 New Addington 2 (New Addington won 4-2 on pens); Wimbledon 1 Morden 2; Shirley 2 Kings Heath 0; Weoley Castle , Smethwick 0.
Summer will be an exciting time for the Mitcham level crossing removals project, with the first train set to travel along the lowered tracks and pull into the new Mitcham Station on the morning of Saturday 25 January 2014.
WE AT THE ADVOCATE had the highest of hopes for Australian Olympic diver Matthew Mitcham when we chose to feature him on the magazine's cover in August.
Garath Davies, 22, of Mitcham, south London, was to appear before magistrates accused of murdering Egeli Rasta on July 4.
The discovery of the body on Mitcham Common, south-west London - Miss Rasta's regular jogging route - at 8.