Altrincham

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Altrincham

(ôl`trĭng-əm), town (1991 pop. 39,528), Trafford metropolitan district, W central England. A suburb of Manchester, it has a textile-printing industry and engineering works and is also noted for its market gardens. The town's growth was stimulated by the construction of the Bridgewater Canal in 1760.

Altrincham

a residential town in NW England, in Trafford unitary authority, Greater Manchester. Pop.: 40 695 (2001)
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Angie, 48, of Altrincham, Greater Manchester, said before the operation: "When the tooth comes out, I put on a bit of glue and try and hold it in place.
The Manchester United goalkeeper ate a 1.19-pound Krispy Kreme doughnut earlier at a Tesco in Altrincham, Greater Manchester, and had left without paying.
Sibylle Sibierski's body was found by police when they forced their way into her apartment in Altrincham, Greater Manchester, following reports of concern for her welfare.
Royal Marine Captain Chris Air, 25, from Altrincham, Greater Manchester, said they saw two speedboats approaching rapidly about 400 metres away.
Gaynor, 28, of Altrincham, Greater Manchester, arranged the trip through American singer Johnny Mathis, 68, a family friend.
Asdrit Kapaj, 42, of Altrincham, Greater Manchester, carried out a "sustained campaign" targeting the south-west London area home to the All England Lawn Tennis Club.
Reports emerged last year that the actor was facing bankruptcy after receiving a letter threatening legal action at his girlfriend's home in Altrincham, Greater Manchester.
Paterson, 59, from Altrincham, Greater Manchester, who carried out unnecessary breast operations in both NHS and private hospitals, was convicted by a jury at Nottingham Crown Court of 17 counts of wounding with intent and three counts of unlawful wounding against 10 private patients.
Paterson, who later moved to Altrincham, Greater Manchester, had been given other dispensations by the judge, including being allowed to be driven by private car into the Nottingham court's car park to avoid waiting press.
t urm, Sentencing the surgeon of Altrincham, Greater Manchester, at Nottingham Crown Court yesterday, Judge Jeremy Baker told him he was driven by his "own selfaggrandisement l and the material rewards which it brought from your private practice".
Paterson, from Altrincham, Greater Manchester, was handed 15 years for each count of wounding with intent, and four years for each count of unlawful wounding - to run concurrently.