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town (1990 pop. 15,849), Bristol co., E R.I., on the Barrington River; settled c.1670, included in Massachusetts until 1746, inc. 1770. It is a residential and resort area. Barrington College is there.
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Huddersfield restaurateur Barrington, 46, stepped into the breach after the nursery cook broke her collarbone.
Vendor booths are now on sale for the fifth annual Barrington Family Expo, a community and business expo co-hosted by the Barrington Area Chamber of Commerce and Barrington 220 Fine Arts Department.
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Barrington is also continuing his outside catering service.
Beyond specialty pools like this and the similar stingray pool built at the Brookfield Zoo, Barrington Pools is the leading custom swimming pool builder in the Chicago area, serving customers in Illinois and Indiana, Southern Wisconsin, and Eastern Iowa.
No financial details about the deal were revealed, except for the fact that Barrington Bank bought Charter National's assets at a discount of some 4.
In his book Botany Bay, John Lang wrote a story about George Barrington in New South Wales.
Born in Great Barrington, MA on February 10, 1959 he was the son of Betty Chamberlin Whitcomb and the late Alfred Bouteiller.
With his poster boy good looks, flowing blond mane and muscular 6ft frame, Joey Barrington is the epitome of the elite modern-day sportsman.
UNIVERSITY Sport Birmingham will be keeping their fingers crossed Joey Barrington can recover from injury in time to face PCL Whitehall Security Surrey tonight in the Premier Squash League semi-finals.
Barrington House Publishing Corporation Ltd used selfemployed telesales staff to call UK businesses and persuade them to buy advertising space on wall planners, claiming the money went to children's charities.