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West Bromwich

(brŭm`ĭj, –ĭch, brŏm`wĭch), town, Sandwell borough, W central England. On the site of a 12th-century Benedictine priory, West Bromwich has foundries and engineering and chemical works. A technical college is there.
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West Bromwich

 

a city in Great Britain. The administrative reorganization of 1973–75 placed West Bromwich in the Sandwell metropolitan district and the West Midlands metropolitan county. Industries include machine building and metalworking.

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West Bromwich

a town in central England, in Sandwell unitary authority, West Midlands: industrial centre. Pop.: 136 940 (2001)
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