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Harpenden

(här`pəndən), town (1991 pop. 28,589), Hertfordshire, E central England. Mainly residential, Harpenden is the site of Rothamsted Agricultural Experimental Station, known for biological and agricultural research.
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David Clarke, aged 31, from Harpenden, Hertfordshire, said the training programme had taken the hassle out of flying with his dog, Isaac.
On 31 Aug, Linking Luton, Harpenden, St Albans and Watford, the buses would begin its service.
Denise Kearns, 61, said her husband, 70, known as JB, had been his private patient at one time with breathing problems in Harpenden, Herts.
Neal, aged 16, from Temple Street in Rugby, is a cellist, while Jon, aged 17, from Harpenden, Herts, plays the trombone.
An investigation has been launched at Spire Harpenden hospital.
Collins, which specialises in transport litigation and recently represented victims of the Southall and Ladbroke Grove train disasters, will issue writs on behalf of Lyn Walcott, from Benfleet, Essex, whose husband, Nigel, died in October 2000 following a BA flight from Barbados to London Gatwick, and Peter Wilson, of Harpenden, Hertfordshire, who developed DVT following a Virgin flight from Hong Kong to London Heathrow in October 1998.
Sue Matthews, of Harpenden Drive, Allesley Green, Coventry, was one of 24 people who sacrificed their summer holidays to sleep on crash mats in classrooms.
Peter Lilley (Con) Hitchen & Harpenden, former Social Security Secretary
Contractor address : Unit 140, Coldharbour Lane, Harpenden, Hertfordshire
IN 1953, when I was one, I was snatched from inside the Woolworths store in Harpenden, Herts.
Mollie grew up in Harpenden, Hertfordshire, and due to a serious illness did not start school until she was seven, but her father, who was a bus driver, made sure she could read, write and do sums, and she says she never felt at a disadvantage.
Contract: sadc itt for the provision of cost consultancy harpenden public halls project