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Vale

 

a city (until 1962, a settlement) in Akhaltsikhe Raion, Georgian SSR. Terminal railroad station on a branch from the Samtredia-Tbilisi line. Population, 10,300 (1968). Brown coal from the Akhaltsikhe deposit has been mined in Vale since 1946. There is also a plaster plant.

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He said that neither the Welsh Government nor the Vale council had any mandate to make such changes.
When a Vale supplier started a new contract it often resulted in a changing of the guard from Vale's end.
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production of iron ore - the main ingredient for steel manufacture - has been growing steadily in the region in the past decade, with Vale one of two major players.
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Castle Vale had been tenants of Birmingham City Council at Vale Stadium, the former home of Paget Rangers, but they feel it's time to find a new home.
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He got away with a yellow card because of covering defenders, but the Vale 'keeper was sent the wrong way as Nicky Wroe converted from the spot.
Vale should have added to their advantage after the break with substitute Rob Taylor coming closest.
Wakley's penalty, to put Vale level 3-3, came after Ebbw prop Marc Jones was yellow-carded for illegal use of the boot.