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parkland

grassland with scattered trees

parkland

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The game was marked with fairly equal exchanges but Buruburu were more accurate in shooting and orchestrated more steals compared to Parklands.
Parkland Fuel Corporation, North America's fastest growing independent marketer of fuel and petroleum products, announced that a dividend of $0.
Parklands Court is located on Parklands, a 30-acre development which is eight miles south west of Birmingham city centre.
Parklands has seen a dramatic decline in pupil numbers.
Another McKinley strike just after the break saw Star & Garter go 3-1 up, but a quick-fire Parklands double restored parity.
We need to maintain our parklands, and that is costly and a challenge but with imagination, it can be met.
You are invited to go along on Wednesday, September 28, and see the exciting opportunities Parklands has to offer, and join them in Going For Gold.
Located in the village of Bowburn, a few miles south east of Durham, the Parklands development offers the attractions of semi-rural living with all the amenities and facilities of Durham city centre only a short drive or bus ride away.
Parklands mini golf course is the only one of its kind in the North East.
Blackwell's second-half strike separated the sides as Parklands pulled off a 1-0 win to overtake Aldridge at the top.
Stretching 27km from Quakers Hill in north Sydney to Leppington in the south, the 5500 hectare Parklands corridor links north-west and southwest growth sectors, and is a key part of the Sydney Metropolitan strategy.
Montgomery Canyon is surrounded by more than 5,000 acres of protected natural habitat and parklands and it will link the park's trail system and Simi Valley's Bridle Path equestrian community to trails that eventually connect to the Rim of the Valley trail and the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area's Palo Comado and Cheeseboro Canyon.