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Thurrock,

borough and unitary authority (1991 pop. 124,300), SE England, on the Thames River. The borough includes TilburyTilbury
, part of the borough of Thurrock, Essex, E England. Tilbury Fort originated under Henry VIII; it was rebuilt and strengthened in the 17th cent. Queen Elizabeth I, in 1588, reviewed royal troops there when the Spanish Armada threatened England.
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, which has large docks that are part of the Port of London. Among Thurrock's industries, located along the Thames, are oil refining and the manufacture of soap, margarine, cement, and timber. Queen Elizabeth I reviewed the troops at Tilbury Fort in 1588 at the time of the Spanish Armada.

Thurrock

 

a borough in Great Britain, in the county of Essex; situated on the Thames River. Population, 126,800 (1974). Industries include ship repair, oil refining, and the production of cement, automobiles, paper, and footwear. The Tilbury Docks of the Port of London are in Thurrock.

Thurrock

a unitary authority in SE England, in Essex. Pop.: 145 300 (2003 est.). Area: 163 sq. km (63 sq. miles)
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Isthmian League Premier Division side Thurrock will drop to the North section after the FA rejected their appeal against a three-point deduction for fielding Joel Barnett, who was ineligible having played for a Sunday side in Wakefield which folded with unpaid fines.
THE best bet in today's limited non-league programme could be in the Ryman Premier, where EAST THURROCK look capable of scoring a home win over Canvey Island, writes Phil Agius.
Non-league Wingate and Finchley had only six players left in the Ryman Premier League clash against Thurrock after Wingate's Armet Rifat and Ronayne Marsh-Brown were both dismissed for dangerous play while three of their teammates were sent of the field for misdemeanours ranging from handballs to abusing the referee, the Sun reports.