Wareham


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Wareham

(wâr`əm, –hăm'), town (1990 pop. 19,232), Plymouth co., SE Mass., on an inlet of Buzzards BayBuzzards Bay,
inlet of the Atlantic Ocean, 30 mi (48 km) long, from 5 to 10 mi (8–16 m) wide, SE Mass., connected with Cape Cod Bay by the Cape Cod Canal and bounded on the SE by the Elizabeth Islands. Its shores are very irregular. The village of Buzzards Bay (1990 pop.
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; settled 1678, inc. 1739. It is a resort as well as a shipping point for cranberries and shellfish.
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Cobb, "She's been to Wareham and stayed over night; that isn't much to be journey-proud on
British expat Philippa Wareham, 15, a student at the Dubai International Academy started the project two years ago, when she made over 100 dolls out of old clothes, sheets, and blankets, and sent them to children in Iraq through the Rags2Riches Charity group.
Minutes later police were called to reports of disorder on Wareham Road where a 26-year-old man suffered a head injury.
Immediately following deployment, the company cited multiple benefits, according to Clifton Wareham, PropertyGuys.
Among those shown here on that occasion in 1954 are the Revs J C Pennington, Sydney Barker, John Mainwaring-Taylor, Hartley Wareham, unidentified, the Rev Davis, unidentified, unidentified, Jack Walker, Bill Palin and Mrs H Wareham
Beth Gardener had given Newcastle the lead in the first half but Jess Holbrook replied instantaneously in a first half where Newcastle United goalkeeper Laura Wareham made three stunning saves to deny the visitors a comfortable lead Wareham said: "In the first half I though Blackburn were on top but in the second we were improved as a team.
Gardening writer Anne Wareham, creator of blog and website THINKINGARDENs and owner of Veddw House Garden in Monmouthshire, Wales, offers some humorous insights in her new book, Outwitting Squirrels, inspired by Bill Alder's original edition.
Roy and Doreen Wareham were joined by loved ones to mark the milestone with a party at Weston Hall Hotel in Bulkington, including daughter Elizabeth Kilby, their two grandchildren, and their three young great-grandchildren.
Syria is persisting in using cluster bombs - insidious weapons that remain on the ground, causing death and destruction for decades," said the report's editor, Mary Wareham.
These locations will compliment an expanded Wareham, MA location located at the prestigious Wareham Crossing Lifestyle Center.
Base yourself at The Priory Hotel in the genteel market town of Wareham - an idyllic riverside retreat that was once home to monks - just nine miles from Poole Harbour.
Geoffrey Reed, 57, was beaten to death in his ground floor flat in Bournemouth, Dorset, by half brothers Stuart and Lee Wareham and Benjamin Walter.