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glebe

Brit land granted to a clergyman as part of his benefice
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5 kilometre section of the Glebe Road, stretching from Windmill Road to the Glebe Manor junction.
But David Healy's side ran in four goals in the second half as Glebe ran out of puff at the National Stadium.
Sainsbury's opened the Hanover Parade branch on the Glebe estate in 2007.
I phoned my wife to find out where I should be and she told me we were playing at Glebe Park.
The Grade IIlisted Glebe, on County Road, will open as Bernie May's Bar and Bistro on Saturday, after being renamed in memory of the new owner's dad, who was a regular before it closed more than three years ago.
signing of two separate share purchase agreements, with unrelated counterparties, to acquire special purpose vehicles which own Glebe Farm and Hawkers Farm, the company said on Monday The company is buying the operational 33.
Bill Elliott and a few members locked the door of Glebe Presbyterian, Toronto, for the last time.
Washington Glebe and Ryton clubs were involved in the final, Pat Wallace and Beatrice Jobling (Glebe) beating Elaine Hunter and Janet Diball (Ryton).
The researchers are looking for night duty workers (from the same ward, area or department) who work a minimum of 3 consecutive night shifts per week to undertake one more 'simulated' night duty in their Glebe sleep unit.
Robert Newhall is set to close Glebe Electrical, on Glebe Farm Road, Shard End, Birmingham, which he opened in 1962.
I AM writing to you concerning the dog fouling in Glebe Close.