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town (1991 pop. 5,273), S Man., Canada, SW of Winnipeg. Located in an agricultural region, it has farm machinery and food- and fiber-processing plants. There is a government experimental farm in the town.
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Tenders are invited for morden park house land scaping project - london borough of merton
The 50th anniversary of Basil Bunting's famous poem, Briggflatts, is to be marked with a series of weekend events which will see the reopening of Newcastle's Morden Tower.
Siobhan Morden joined Nomura as a managing director and head of Latin America fixed income strategy.
PEOPLE suffering the effects of exposure to toxic chemicals through sheep dipping deserve an apology from a government that has important questions to answer, according to Newport East MP Jessica Morden.
Newport MPs Paul Flynn and Jessica Morden said that the 150 staff axed in 2011 when the centre in Newport stopped processing applications and became a smaller customer support centre should be reinstated.
It includes a tour of the Canadian Fossil Discovery Centre in Morden, a tour of Morden's heritage architecture, and a visit to the Winkler Heritage Museum.
Another classic from the partnership of Lupton and Morden as part of the Cambridge Schools Classic Project.
30pm) at Morden Hall Park in South London, which will also take in the newly-installed Archimedes screw turbine.
LAST week's floods have demonstrated very clearly and straightforwardly why a windfarm cannot be built on the meadows at Bradbury and Morden.
Tree of Leaf and Flame, Daniel Morden, illustrated by Brett Breckon, Pont Books, PS9.
In 1964, Connie Pickard became custodian of Morden Tower after she and husband, Tom, took on the lease.
purchased the property near the southwest corner of Oakdale Road and State Highway 107 from Byron and Marilyn McKimmey and Billy and Linda Morden.