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parkland

grassland with scattered trees
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parkland

[′pärk‚land]
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Working in the care sector is highly rewarding and, with Parklands, there are opportunities to progress through the business and work in a variety of front line and managerial roles.
He said some contracts had been renegotiated but that Parklands, at PS4m a year, was still the largest.
Parklands relieved their piling relegation pressure with a hard fought 3-2 win over pre-match favourites Wazalendo on Wednesday evening at City Park to confirm their place in the top flight league.
We will not be complacent against Parklands because they can punish our mistakes," Mugambi warned.
Parklands Court is located on Parklands, a 30-acre development which is eight miles south west of Birmingham city centre.
Parklands will benefit from the town's attractive countryside setting, as well as the superb rail links and easy access to the M42 and national motorway network, making it popular with commuters.
The ward budget for Parklands ward is one of the lowest in the city, and soon will be the lowest.
We need to maintain our parklands, and that is costly and a challenge but with imagination, it can be met.
NOTHING but the very best will do for students at Parklands.
Located at the developer's Parklands site in Bowburn the three-bedroomed Clarendon is ideal for first-time buyers or for families.