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Brent,

outer borough (1991 pop. 226,100) of Greater London, SE England. The area is a rail and industrial center. Its manufactures include automobile parts, clocks and watches, and electrical equipment. At Wembley is a large sports stadium that was originally built for the British Empire Exposition of 1924–25 and was the site of the 1948 summer Olympics. Mandir Mahotsav, one of the largest Hindu temples outside India, is located in Neasden.
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Brent

a borough of NW Greater London. Pop.: 267 800 (2003 est.). Area: 44 sq. km (17 sq. miles)
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One of the many behind-the-scenes players making Greenhead so successful has been Brent Birch, who in title has served as editor but in reality has been hunting industry expert, institutional memory and all-around go-to guy.