upper high

upper high

[′əp·ər ′hī]
(meteorology)
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Park, Mold, CH7 1HP Bargain Booze, Upper High Street, Mold CH7 1BH Protech Supplies Ltd.
By the late 18th century with the population of upper High Street growing quickly residents formed societies including the Friendly Club at the Full Moon, and the Amicable Club at the Lamb, whose names probably refer to pubs.
I was introduced to Intaglio printing in upper high school, close to college.
September 13, the bus will be at Upper High St near St Mary's Church, Mold, 9am-3pm.
I don't think I'll be following the upper high level wines."
Wells, of Upper High Street, Rhymney, was sentenced to 32 months in prison.
It is intended for the US history teacher at the university or upper high school level.
There is, however, evidence that plenty of locals do enjoy a trip to the Derby meeting, and it comes at Dolly Goes Dancing, an Upper High Street hairdressers that definitely makes money out of the racing.
After that it gives you an upper high but takes away all the memories and makes you feel like you're on another planet'."
The hotel chef 's nightmare began last Sunday when she returned from work at the Aghadoe Heights Hotel to her home in the Park Place apartment complex on Upper High Street, Killarney, shortly after 6pm.

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