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Thorold

(thôr`ōld, –əld, thûr`–), city (2001 pop. 18,048), S Ont., Canada, on the Welland Ship Canal; inc. as a city 1975. It is a suburb of St. Catharines. Manufactures include abrasives.
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In his first three seasons with the Devils, the Thorold native has played 216 games across all competitions and recorded 202 points (62 + 140) and won seven trophies.
These investments help communities, including Port Colborne, Welland, Thorold, and St.
Thomas Thorold Screaton was born in Willoughby on the Wolds, Nottinghamshire, in 1891.
Peter Thorold, who supplies sprouts to Morrisons, Aldi and Lidl, said the driest summer in his 50-year career has created a "crisis".
THOROLD ROBERT CAMPBELL (BOB) Thorold Robert (Bob) June 24 2018.
"Our employees and their union leaders are committed to help keep our Canadian pulp and paper mills competitive, while providing stability for our customers, shareholders, communities and other partners." The collective agreements cover approximately 1,100 hourly employees represented by Unifor at Resolute's Amos, Baie-Comeau, Dolbeau, Gatineau, Kenogami and Saint-Felicien mills in Quebec, and Thunder Bay mill and indefinitely idled Thorold facility in Ontario.
Richard Partridge/ Bjorn Thomson beat Leicester 1st pair 6-3 7-6; beat 2nd pair 6-3 7-5; beat 3rd pair Benjaming Mullis/ Baraby Thorold 6-4 3-6 6-1.
Also, Colonel Thorold, of the Duke of Wellington's Regiment, who appealed to parents not to hold their children back but to release them to learn to defend their homes.
Marel's Compact Grader enables UK based company Peter C Thorold to meet varying customer demands for grading specifications as well as overcome the intensive labour requirements of manual weighing.
The featured winners on the Web site Nicholas Takticos from Hamilton, who won $30 million; Robert Piluso from North York, who won $20 million; William Gillan from Thorold, who won $1 million and John Hurst from Brampton, who won $1 million.
CLEARING his desk, Gateshead College head Richard Thorold will look back at his five years at the helm "with pride and pleasure".