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Yeadon

(yē`dən), borough (1990 pop. 11,980), Delaware co., SE Pa., a suburb of Philadelphia; inc. 1894. It is chiefly residential.
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With manager Paul Yeadon the Northumberland outfit, who play in black and white stripes and reside at St James' Park, have stabilised themselves following relegation from the Northern League the season before last.
Contract: yeadon way (phase 2) refurbishment - highways design & build
Morrisons said the stores participating in the trial are Camden, Skipton, Wood Green, Hunslet, Yeadon, Erskine, Gibraltar and Abergavenny.
Prosecutor Nicola Yeadon told Manchester Magistrates' Court the prison officer was attacked on the morning of October 18 last year as he served lunch to inmates in their cells.
The victor was Glasshouses electrician Danny Gamble over Centre champion Sam Yeadon, who was test riding a demonstrator Beta machine.
The Vomela property and another purchased for $1 by Minneapolis-based fabric dome maker Yeadon Fabric Domes were the last parcels available in 46 acres of Beacon Bluff that were once home to the headquarters of 3M Cos.
Mark Yeadon, Yeadon IP; David Roberts, Action Starter; Seb Zurek, SJZ Analytics.
Yeadon, United Kingdom, June 02, 2016 --(PR.com)-- Interface Clinical Services has moved into a new 6,500 square foot headquarters in Yeadon, Leeds.
? Coventry-based artist John Yeadon has been reunited with an old work of his after a national campaign to find what had become of it.
RAISED on a farm, Jane Yeadon knew she would return to her country childhood for inspiration but it was never going to be an easy journey.
Rohan Hepkins, mayor of Yeadon, a small, struggling borough with a population of 11,400 in Delaware County "The schools," he said.
TODAY'S Greatwood Charity Raceday at Newbury is the biggest fundraising event of the year for the Wiltshire-based horse rescue and rehabilitation centre that continues to go from strength to strength under the guidance of Michael and Helen Yeadon, writes Graham Green.