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Middleton,

city (1991 pop. 51,373), Rochdale metropolitan district, NW England, in the Greater Manchester metropolitan area on the Irk River. Manufactures include cotton, silks, chemicals, plastics, and soap.

Middleton

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Thomas. ?1570--1627, English dramatist. His plays include the tragedies Women beware Women (1621) and, in collaboration with William Rowley (?1585--?1642), The Changeling (1622) and the political satire A Game at Chess (1624)

Middleton

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a town in NW England, in Rochdale Unitary Authority, Greater Manchester. Pop.: 45 314 (2001)
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But other than attending various royal engagements, Middleton is also focused on preparing for the arrival of her third child.
Middleton, who was appointed by the Supreme Court in April, will be sworn in June 17 at the Bar's Annual Convention for a two=year term.
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The Middleton family has so far always been cautious about speaking to the press.
Paul Woolston has taken the position at the PS50m investment company, founded by high profile businessman and philanthropist Jeremy Middleton, as it aims to build its role supporting growth within the region.
The first game was a close affair, with Middleton dominating possession.
Collins was 13 in 1998 when Middleton was set on fire on his eighth birthday near his home in Splendora, about 35 miles northeast of Houston.
CAROLE MIDDLETON Mrs Middleton is descended from a long line of Durham coal miners.
Peter Middleton, 52, of Monkchester Road, Walker, Newcastle, called police to his local chip shop on January 10, 2007, where officers found him with a knife stuck in his arm.
Willie Middleton II prefers a mixed bag, and rounds out his two-person full-time staff with up to eight to ten independent contractors in any given week.
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Martin attempts to situate the city comedy of Jonson and Middleton within a philosophical economy characterized by the nascent skepticism of an England experiencing the decentering power of the Reformation and a burgeoning capitalism.

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