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Kidderminster,

city (1991 pop. 50,385), Worcestershire, W central England. The city had a prosperous cloth trade from the 14th to 18th cent. Kidderminster carpets have been produced since 1735. Associated industries include spinning, dyeing, and metal forging.

Kidderminster

1. a town in W central England, in N Worcestershire on the River Stour: carpet industry. Pop.: 55 610 (2001)
2. a type of ingrain reversible carpet originally made at Kidderminster
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Kidderminster nearly levelled twice before half time, but Pears pulled off great stops from Waring and McQuilkin.
The Herefordshire side had to thank Henry Langford for turning their innings around after Kidderminster quick bowler Connor Smith had caused considerable early damage, claiming three wickets as Brockhampton were reduced to 43 for four at one stage.
Victory this evening will see Gateshead, who have games in hand on all of the sides above them, move to within a point of Kidderminster, who have played four more games.
Kidderminster College principal Andy Dobson said: "I am delighted that the process we started many months ago has come to a very successful conclusion, as we aim to become the natural college of choice for everyone in Kidderminster and Wyre Forest.
He said: "It was my second spell as Kidderminster manager and it was a proud moment to take them to Molineux, it was certainly one of the highlights of my time there.
Trains depart from Kidderminster on December 1, 7, 8, 14, 15, 21 and 22.
Kidderminster struck back on 56 minutes when they were awarded a dubious penalty, with Michael Gash successfully converting.
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The Kidderminster firm is one of a handful of local businesses who have helped Abbie Underhill, a pupil from King Charles I School (Kidderminster) raise pounds 1,100 towards her pounds 3,500 fundraising target, after sponsoring the teenager to complete a gruelling 100 mile walk up Snowdon this month.
To make matters worse, Kidderminster missed out on reaching the Blue Square Premier play-offs by losing 3-0.
The Sky Blues had been frustrated by Kidderminster goalkeeper Adam Bartlett, who made a string of fine saves in the first half as both teams went into the break on level terms.
Stevenage are narrow favourites over Kidderminster for the Trophy and we think they will win it.