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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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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.
Police said the man suffered burns to his back in the incident in Grant Thorold Park, Grimsby, Lincs.
Richard Thorold has already handed over the reins and running of Gateshead College to his former deputy, Judith Doyle, though he is still working on the college's international strategy.
CLEARING his desk, Gateshead College head Richard Thorold will look back at his five years at the helm "with pride and pleasure".
Chief of Public Affairs Crispin Thorold will be in charge of assisting the international media on questions related to Chambers, the Defense Office and the Registry, while Sophie Boutaud de la Combe will answer questions relating to the work of the Office of the Prosecutor.
We deny the report," by the Al Markaziya news agency, spokesman Crispin Thorold told AFP.
Crispin Thorold, Chief of Public Affairs of the Tribunal, told KUNA by phone.
In his book The London Rich Peter Thorold writes that in the last quarter of the eighteenth century "Marylebone and the West Indians became closely identified" (142).