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Walsall

(wôl`sôl), metropolitan borough (1991 pop. 177,923), W central England, in the Black CountryBlack Country,
highly industrialized region, historically mostly in Staffordshire but partly in Worcestershire and Warwickshire, W central England. It includes Dudley, Rowley Regis (see Warley), Tipton, Walsall, Wednesbury, West Bromwich, and Wolverhampton.
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. Iron and brass founding, limestone quarrying, and the manufacture of leather goods, small hardware, plastics, electronics, chemicals, and aircraft parts are the main industries and occupations of Walsall.

Walsall

 

a city in Great Britain, in the metropolitan county of West Midlands (until 1974, part of Staffordshire). Population, 271,100 (1974). Long known as a center for saddle-making and metalworking, Walsall produces machine tools, electrical equipment, automobile parts, and leather goods. Metallurgy is also important. The West Midlands College of Education is located in Walsall.

Walsall

1. an industrial town in central England, in Walsall unitary authority, West Midlands: engineering, electronics. Pop.: 170 994 (2001)
2. a unitary authority in central England, in the West Midlands. Pop.: 252 400 (2003 est.). Area: 106 sq. km (41 sq. miles)
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Britons were outraged by reports Wednesday that children in a Sunday school in Walsall, England, are being taught that Princess Diana went to hell because of what two lay preachers contend was her non-Christian lifestyle and immoral affair with Dodi Fayed.
WALSALL, England -- Asda PLC, Wal-Mart's unit in the United Kingdom, has opened its first Asda Living outlet, a 34,000-square-foot apparel and general merchandise store, in a retail park on the outskirts of this middle-class community in England's West Midlands region.