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Wallington,

borough (1990 pop. 10,828), Bergen co., NE N.J., on the Passaic River opposite Passaic; inc. 1895. Manufactures include paint, pens, medical equipment, and plastics.
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Wallington in Northumberland is being decorated with 1,000 trees, from tiny paper chain versions to a 30ft specimen in the National Trust property's courtyard.
Sir Charles Philips Trevelyan and his family who lived at Wallington until 1958 loved trees and nature, and it was a family tradition to record the history of the woodland around the house in their "Book of Trees.
Wallington has joined the firm as Senior Vice President and Chief Development Officer.
OCT 18-19: Tuck into Northumbrian produce from more than 70 stalls at a food festival at Wallington Hall near Morpeth.
The successful tenderer will be required to provide cleaning services at Wallington High School for Girls.
Youngsters looking to tick off their list should head to Wallington, near Morpeth, Northumberland, to tackle the evergreen.
In the book, puritan writer Nehemiah Wallington described how Witchfinder General Matthew Hopkins found "a coven of witches" and 19 women were hanged.
Puritan writer Nehemiah Wallington wrote passages on his attitudes to life, religion, the civil war as well as the witchcraft trials of the period.
LandSkills Yorkshire and Humber, managed by Lantra sector skills council, has appointed Dr Edward Wallington to work with programme manager Julie Hamilton to help businesses access up to 70% funding towards a wide variety of training activities.
Frank Wallington received the penalty because his car was just a yard over the line in a parking bay at the One Stop Shopping Centre in Perry Barr.
An inquest heard Sergeant Mark Wallington did not know there had been several incidents before the plane from RAF Kinloss, Moray, crashed near Kandahar, Afghanistan, in September 2006.