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Pelham

Henry. 1696--1754, British statesman: prime minister (1743--54); brother of Thomas Pelham Holles, 1st Duke of Newcastle
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But there are movies that have been just crying out to be remade, among them The Taking Of Pelham One Two Three, a clunky, hard to follow hostage thriller from 1974 that was saved only by its stars, Walter Matthau and Robert Shaw.
All action hero: Denzel in his new film The Taking of Pelham 123.
We are excited about this opportunity to serve the Pelham and Birmingham communities in addition to our Tuscaloosa and Washington-Clarke County markets.
A PELHAM puppets were a family firm which started in 1947 and continued until 1993.
Verizon Communications Inc (NYSE: VZ), a provider of broadband and other wireline and wireless communications, announced on Tuesday (20 November) that the company has entered into an agreement authorising it to offer its FiOS TV service to Westchester county village, Pelham Manor, New York, US.
It is understood Nudds, from the nearby village of Stocking Pelham, was arrested within 24 hours over the killing.
Lt Col Workman was shot dead at his home in Furneux Pelham on January 7.
We have offered to brief the new members, and we offered alternative language to deal with the other concerns,'' Pelham said.
To reserve a place or for more information, phone Mrs Pelham on 01926 744129.
announced today that Pelham Plastics, a medical device manufacturer located in Pelham, NH, has been contracted to produce the company's new Reversus[TM] Hemodialysis Catheter.
Tenders are invited for emergency repair of a glycol leak under the main rink of the pelham civic complex & ice arena, as specified by the city.
Up to $800 worth of the meat and some seafood had disappeared from the Hannaford store in Pelham since early October.