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Spalding

a town in E England, in S Lincolnshire: noted for its bulbfields. Pop.: 22 081 (2001)
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Dynamo were playing some quality football, and could've made it three when Young's cross was met by Steadman - his effort was saved by Spalding 'keeper Michael Duggan.
But sentence was deferred for a year on Spalding, 33, after he told Livingston Sheriff Court he had bought the young animals with a view to treating their injuries and rehoming them.
The Highwaymen solidified their place at the top of the Evo-Stik NPL East table with a comprehensive away win at Spalding United.
Sgt Spalding, a radio communications trainer and assessor, was also one of the first three cadets in the wing to be awarded their bronze leadership award.
The game was full of controversy with referee Andrew Ellis awarding both sides penalties, with Spalding's coming at a crucial stage and having a massive impact on the game.
Spalding was fouled while shooting, and the Eagles picked up a technical on the play.
Deno has been serving as Chief Administrative Officer of TMCA and Spalding since January 2017.
The theme is a natural one for Spalding. She was raised during the 1980s and '90s by a single mother in a section of Northeast Portland--"up in the cut," as she calls it--plagued by gang violence and high crime rates, long before the rise of hipster-dom remade the city's image.
Spalding told council members the city must begin preparation with start-up steps.
District councillor Gary Taylor, who represents Spalding Castle ward, said: "It's terrible news and local people are very shocked.
King & Spalding advised Arabian Company for Water and Power Development (ACWA) on the Islamic financing for a new $2 billion industrial gases project in Saudi Arabia.
The Spalding Suite is a physical theatre show that combines original poetry with contemporary movement.