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Blackburn

1. a city in NW England, in Blackburn with Darwen unitary authority, Lancashire: formerly important for textiles, now has mixed industries. Pop.: 105 085 (2001)
2. Mount. a mountain in SE Alaska, the highest peak in the Wrangell Mountains. Height: 5037 m (16 523 ft.)
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Currently, The Blackburn Group has more than $100 million in real estate projects under development in Tennessee, Mississippi and Texas.
Dame Janet Smith's report in February backed a BBC claim that Blackburn was interviewed about a 15-year-old girl's claims he seduced her in 1971.
Santander UK, the British arm of Spanish financial services provider Grupo Santander, on Wednesday reported that Santander Foundation has donated GBP5,000 to Age UK Blackburn with Darwen.
Amanda Blackburn, 28, was the mother of a young boy and was 12 weeks pregnant with what she and her husband, Davey Blackburn, were "sure" was a girl, (http://www.
Bradley Bauress' goal four minutes from the end saw Blackburn progress to the quarter-final stage after Jack Grealish and Jerell Sellars had twice levelled for Villa.
Blackburn, of Tudor Road, Hunts Cross, was jailed for five years after he admitted conspiracy to produce and supply class B drugs in December, 2011 at Liverpool Crown Court.
Now Wharton, once jailed for nine years for robbery, has been locked up for 15 months while Blackburn got a eight-month suspended prison sentence with a curfew.
com)-- Carl Blackburn Fine Jewelry Buyers has launched a worldwide website for clients who wish to sell diamonds and fine jewelry discreetly and conveniently, while getting an honest price.
Blackburn Rovers 0 Wigan Athletic 1 ANTOLIN Alcaraz's late goal relegated Blackburn from the Barclays Premier League and ensured Wigan's safety in a nervy game at Ewood Park.
BLACKBURN have completed the signing of Scotland striker David Goodwillie from Dundee United.