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Vale

 

a city (until 1962, a settlement) in Akhaltsikhe Raion, Georgian SSR. Terminal railroad station on a branch from the Samtredia-Tbilisi line. Population, 10,300 (1968). Brown coal from the Akhaltsikhe deposit has been mined in Vale since 1946. There is also a plaster plant.

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Two minutes after the restart Vale were back in front with a goal carved out by Jerome Thomas, showing all his old skills before crossing for Jones to volley home at the back post.
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The 49-year-old left Vale Park in the new year to manage the team he supported since childhood.
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