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glen

a narrow and deep mountain valley, esp in Scotland or Ireland
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Neighborhood groups in Valley Village and Valley Glen are developing similar regulations.
Located in the vicinity of the Glenwood Lake neighborhood of New Rochelle, Arbor Glen is comprised of 22 single-family townhomes, featuring three bedrooms and two and a hall baths, gourmet kitchens, marble baths and other high quality features.
As of March 10, 2011, Glen Burnie Bancorp had 2,702,093 common shares outstanding with approximately 430 shareholders of record.
All Llewellyn-Edison branches now operate as Glen Rock Savings Bank.
in the 2nd floor conference room of Glen Cove City Hall, 9 Glen Street, Glen Cove, NY 11542.
That young man, Dennis Malcolm, became the Master Distiller of one of Scotland's finest distilleries, Glen Grant.
They say the camera never lies but, believe it or not, sprightly Glen is now 87 (how ancient do all you Cavalcade fans feel now?
528 Glen Street Glens Falls is a wonderful example of the classic turn of the century architecture.
Reformed character Glen, 26, took up art while locked up for two years.
The beer incorporates experimental hop varieties, providing the opportunity for our brewers to continue to innovate within the IPA category, a style Glen loved to brew.
Police, alerted by a 999 call, found Glen strangled with mum-of-three Yvonne, 48, at his side in a room at the Sky Plaza Hotel at Cardiff International airport.
Afterwards, Glen's friends and family ( many wearing black ties bearing words Glen Corner 1990-2006 ( hugged and embraced.