Abingdon


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Abingdon

a market town in S England, in Oxfordshire. Pop.: 36 010 (2001)
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Abingdon founder Benjamin Atkins said his firm is drawn to both the Bronx and the Hub neighborhood in particular due to the borough's growing population density, affordability, and excellent transportation access.
Borough Road was closed off from Abingdon Road while crews dealt with the fire.
A force spokesman said: "At around 4pm on 18 August, 2016, a man was brought into Abingdon police station custody suite.
Monday, September 25, 2017, at the Southwest Virginia Regional Jail Authority Abingdon Facility, 15205 Joe Derting Drive, Abingdon, VA 24210.
The new sign contains the original inscription, as well as a history of Abingdon Square Park.
Her maiden form that year also reads very well as Abingdon was too good for Ajman Princess and Skiffle in a hot Ascot race last May.
The Abingdon facility will be added to the present laboratory facility at Milton Park to offer a significant increase in both laboratory and office space.
It produces the MG Abingdon Edition and the MG LE50 in small numbers, delivering MGs that look like the originals but are state-of-the-art sports cars under the skin, with the performance to match.
Frontline Developments, based in MG's spiritual home of Abingdon, is producing both the Abingdon Edition and LE50 as fast as it can, though, with an average build time of 800 and 900 hours and a small but highly skilled team producing them, it concedes it is never going to enter the realms of mass production.
It is hard to do Shirley Herz justice in a few lines, so I am going to repeat here part of a speech I made months ago when the Abingdon Theatre Company honored Shirley:
Merthyr will rue missed opportunities at Abingdon, with Ryan Newman and Garyn Preen having shots saved.
Just before the break Abingdon drew level as Stuart Young responded.