Worthing

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Worthing

(wûr`thĭng), town (1991 pop. 90,687), West Sussex, S England. It is a seaside resort with a significant retired population. Protected by the South Downs, the area has an unusually warm climate. Fruits, vegetables, and flowers are cultivated. There are many prehistoric and Roman ruins (including the largest earthwork in England), relics of which are found in the Worthing museum.

Worthing

a resort in S England, in West Sussex on the English Channel. Pop.: 96 964 (2001)
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Mr Pearson sustained multiple knife wounds in Shelby Road, Durrington, Worthing, West Sussex, just after 10.40pm on Friday and died later at Worthing Hospital.
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Former Army serviceman Wragg yesterday admitted smothering the child to death at the family home in Henty Close, Worthing, West Sussex, on July 24 last year.
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Matthew Daley, 35, killed retired solicitor Don Lock, 79, after a minor crash near Worthing, West Sussex, on July 16 last year.
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FORMER professional gambler Leslie Wood died on Monday at Wraysbury House Nursing Home, Worthing, West Sussex. He was 94.
James Slater, 33, of Heene Terrace, Worthing, West Sussex, has been charged with causing death by driving without due care and attention while being over the drink drive limit and will appear before the Isle of Wight Magistrates' Court on December 30.
The presenter has "thoroughly enjoyed" his 18 months on the show, taking over following the death of Richard Whiteley, but found the 250-mile commute from his home in Worthing, West Sussex, to Yorkshire too much.