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vallum

In medieval fortifications, a defensive wall constructed of earth or stone; may be surmounted by a palisade.
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Vallum's PEEKplus nanotextured surface is unique in the spinal device market.
The tournament, sponsored by Vallum Associates and Utiligroup, saw Brilliant Energy become the women's champions, while Vallum Associates triumphed in the men's section.
The VAX, hosted on the Vallum Software website, is a software portal that provides additional free applications, including performance monitoring, scheduling, software distribution and remote shell capabilities.
"We are sorry that the lifts at Vallum Court have been off for a short period on Monday evening and Tuesday morning as a result of damage caused whilst improving some of the communications network cabling that serves the building," he said.
Michael comments: "It's impossible not to be inspired at Vallum, whether it be the setting, the history, the food, or indeed arguably its greatest asset, the people.
THE first Northumbria Food and Drink Festival will be taking over Vallum Farm in the Tyne Valley today.
Contract caterers such as Sodexo and Elior, restaurant chains including Bill's and Prezzo, as well as retailers like Marks and Spencer and Waitrose, will be among those attending the fourth annual Universal Cookery and Food Festival 2015, set to take place at Vallum Farm in Northumberland's Tyne Valley on September 23.
Atlantic, the Paris Review, and Vallum. He has received the Devins Prize
Newbiggin New Ship were sunk 2-0 by Newcastle New Vallum.
WINNER: Vallum Farm In addition to their tea-room which opened in 2005, Peter and Vicky Moffitt now have, a restaurant, deli and ice cream parlour in which they sell their own bread, pastries, cakes, ice cream and vegetables plus a great selection of local artisanal produce.