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Newlands

John Alexander. 1838--98, British chemist: classified the elements in order of their atomic weight, noticing similarities in every eighth and thus discovering his law of octaves
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The property, on Newlands Road, is close to local amenities and transport links and would suit young professionals.
The processions used to commence at St Mary's Cathedral and then wind through the town up Albert Road along Borough Road to Newlands school grounds.
Newlands also worked alongside Dr William Duncan, researching the links between poor sanitation and disease, many years before medical research proved that there was indeed a link.
Training available at Newlands Bishop Farm includes landscaping, gardening, horticulture, woodwork, beekeeping, tending to allotments and everyday maintenance.
LOOK AT OUR WORK: Pupils at Keresley Newlands School, Coventry, show off their Halloween drawings.
Asked why the process had taken so long, Mr Newlands said: 'It is a bit like finding a wife.
OB10 Chairman David Newlands, for example, has again invested substantially.
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From next September the school will operate for two years at the sites of St David's and Newlands.
Addict Eddie Newlands told a court he had been attacked by other prisoners, who were appalled by his crime.
SET deep within the sporting countryside, yet close to the stunning Northumberland coast, Newlands House is a truly impressive property.
Plans have been put forward to include Newlands House, a former old people's home in Bennetts Road South, Keresley, in a redevelopment scheme which will see the construction of houses and shops.