Adamstown


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Adamstown

 

the administrative center of Pitcairn Island (a British possession), in the southeastern part of the Pacific Ocean. The population of Adamstown is about 100. There is a port, and the chief occupation is fishing.

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Yesterday defence lawyer Seamus Clarke said a psychological report showed the accused - of Castleway, Adamstown, Lucan - as being someone with low levels of intellec-tual function.
Unemployed 46-year-old Craig Sterio, from Adamstown in Cardiff, was a passenger in the front seat of a car that former partner Stacey Rumney was driving home from a children's party which his kids had been to on the evening of April 8 earlier this year.
In the four years since he last played on these shores Kenneth has clocked up their air miles at Adamstown Rosebud in Australia, Skonto Riga in Latvia - and he even made the daunting trip into rugby country at Selkirk.
The hats are a wool felt fedora and a knitted pub cap made in Bollman's factory in Adamstown.
A spell with Australian outfit Adamstown Rosebud looked to have kickstarted his career only for cruel fortune to strike again.
Mr Kelly was stabbed in his left leg in an early hours attack in Theodora Street in Adamstown on July 13, last year.
Cardiff Council councillor for the ward of Adamstown, Owen Llewellyn Jones, said: "The demand for flexible working space is growing all the time and it's great to see this investment in Trafalgar House.
Rick Curtis has joined Integrace Buckinghams Choice, a retirement community in Adamstown, as executive director.
And I had a quick look at them and noticed that they came from Teralba Road in Adamstown in Newcastle, where I come from.
Moore, 21, from Adamstown, County Wexford, who was recommended to Meade by Barry Geraghty, said: "I nearly had to pinch myself.
Olasemo, of Adamstown, Cardiff, created false profiles on the match.com dating website using pictures of US servicemen to fool the unsuspecting women.