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Ludlow,

town (1990 pop. 18,820), Hampden co., SW Mass., on the Chicopee River; settled c.1750, set off from Springfield 1774, inc. 1775. It is a residential suburb of Springfield and Chicopee. Industrial molds, plastic products, and twine are produced.

Ludlow

a market town in W central England, in Shropshire: castle (11th--16th century). Pop.: 9548 (2001)
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In his updated response to the planning application, Councillor Boddington said: "The entrance to Castle Street car park is an important element of the streetscape of Ludlow. It emphasises the green credentials of Ludlow, which like Shropshire Council has declared a climate emergency."
The Lib Dem councillor said: ""Shropshire Council has drastically miscalculated the impact their charging will have on Ludlow.
Judge Nicholas Hilliard QC jailed Ludlow for life with a minimum term of 15 years.
The court heard how Ludlow, from Rochester, in Kent, first came to the attention of police in 2010 when he attended a demonstration led by radical preacher Anjem Choudary and his banned Al-Muhajiroun (ALM) group.
One of the meetings was on the same day Ludlow scouted for terror targets around the capital, taking photographs of Oxford Street and Madame Tussaud's.
Ludlow had cut off contact with Prevent two years before but resumed meetings with officers in November 2017.
But the Old Bailey heard that Ludlow, who has autism, had no driving licence and was scared of crashing, so he wanted an accomplice.
Synopsis: This is an updated and illustrated biography of 19th century master of fiction, travel writing and criticism, Fitz Hugh Ludlow, with his poetry and letters published for the first time.
Nobody need worry about the temperature as a healthy crowd, made up of a high proportion of course members, filters in to pay tribute to a key part of the Ludlow success story.
Ludlow is a bright young man who, on his eleventh birthday, is kidnapped by a fairy.
7 February 2017 - Canadian grating products supplier Fisher and Ludlow, Inc.