Greytown


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Greytown:

see San Juan del NorteSan Juan del Norte
, small town, SE Nicaragua, on the Caribbean Sea. Small quantities of bananas and hardwoods are exported. Also called Greytown, it was occupied (1848) by the British to secure control of the Mosquito Coast and to check the U.S.
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, Nicaragua.
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(169) The 200-mile transfer to Greytown was made by wagon and steamboat, taking between thirty-six and forty-five hours.
Besides being a cricketer, Rance is also the Fire Brigade station officer at the Greytown. Speaking exclusively, Seth Rance said, "I'm not to sure of any other fireman and also international cricket player.
Summary: Wellington [New Zealand], Feb 26 (ANI): Seth Rance, who is also a station officer with the Greytown Fire Brigade besides being a New Zealand fast bowler, recently took his black cap off to don a fire helmet when a pub's roof in the town caught fire.
[19] Pannar, 2010 Product Catalogue, Pannar SA Head Office, Greytown, South Africa, 2010.
The seven hospitals visited included Church of Scotland Hospital (COSH) in Tugela Ferry, Vryheid Hospital, Dundee Hospital, Charles Johnson Memorial Hospital (CJM) in Nqutu, Rietvlei Hospital near Umzimkulu, Estcourt Hospital and Greytown Hospital.
The same realization, was noticed at the Ohlange Institute (Inanda (277)), Adams College (Amanzimtoti (278)), Luthuli Museum (Groutville, Greytown (279)), King Shaka KaDinuzulu kaMangcinza's burial site (KwaDukuza, Stanger (280)), all situated beween Northen Durban and Stanger.
San Juan del Norte (Greytown) to avenge an insult to the
He stopped for a drink at the local pub in Greytown