Prestwich


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Prestwich,

town (1991 pop. 31,854), Bury metropolitan district, N England. It is a residential suburb of Manchester that largely manufactures cotton and rayon.

Prestwich

a town in NW England, in Bury unitary authority, Greater Manchester. Pop.: 31 693 (2001)
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The site in Prestwich was a Lloyds outlet for years and had never been robbed before, said a police source.
Prof Prestwich has studied the stores requirements which castles felt they needed in order to withstand a siege.
Mathew Lockwood, 29, from Prestwich, had his sentence adjourned until June 13.
The trial heard that the drugs were picked up in France by former soldier Mathew Lockwood, 29, from Prestwich, who pleaded guilty to conspiracy to smuggle class A drugs at an earlier hearing.
The gunman, and another robber armed with a meat cleaver, also threatened the shopkeeper's wife, who was behind the counter, and stole cash from the till and cigarettes before fleeing from the shop in Prestwich, Greater Manchester.
Paul Prestwich wrote an e-mail to students and faculty members on saying religion won't be the focus of the school's formal recruitment efforts in the future.
Joseph Prestwich (Figure la), the older by 11 years, represented the water suppliers.
I WOULD like to contact Frank Tennant, married to Leslie, formerly of Blackpool and Prestwich, Manchester.
Glenn Prestwich, another AFW frequent-flying Utah pilot, was recognized with The Wingman Award during the Anniversary event.
This same enzyme is found in high activity in spiders (Long & Kaplan 1968; Prestwich & Ing 1982) where it is associated with production of D-(-)-lactate at rates that depend on the species and intensity of activity; measurable accumulations may be found after 5 to 10 s of intense running or struggle (Prestwich 1983a,b, 1988a,).
And the couple, who run an antique's shop in Prestwich, Greater Manchester, believe they had a lucky omen before their numbers came up.