Aylesbury


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Aylesbury

an English meat duck, with white plumage and bright yellow legs.
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Blackwell had been a prison officer since February, 2015, at HM YOI Aylesbury.
Yvonne Taylor, defending Aylesbury, claimed he was not sexually motivated, but he offered no explanation whatsoever.
The new Aylesbury branch is scheduled to be open seven days a week, 362 days a year, opening early and closing late and offering Magic Money Machines and Safe Deposit Boxes in addition to other services.
The Aylesbury is a three-bedroom, semi-detached home with an open-plan lounge/dining room with French doors to the back garden, as well as an open green space which provides the perfect, safe, environment for children to play.
Staff at Aylesbury Surgery, in Kingstanding, sign up to run the Great Midlands Fun Run in aid of the Friends of John Taylor Hospice, in Erdington
In 2005, eight years later, the Daily Mail suggested there had been little improvement: "To walk around the sprawling landscape of the Aylesbury estate is like visiting hell's waiting room," it said.
Councillors in Aylesbury say they are "making a stand" against the supermarket, because its prices are 5p per litre higher than in neighbouring towns.
The Aylesbury duck is a British meat breed that originated near London in the Vale of Aylesbury.
It was unveiled by his widow, Joy, in Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, the town where The Two Ronnies and Open All Hours star began his acting career more than 60 years ago.
A check weighing and packaging system for cartridges of sealants, adhesives and the like has been produced for 2K Polymer Systems by Aylesbury Automation.
During 2002, just before leaving for the Midlands, I put on a large exhibition at Aylesbury Library and Stoke Mandev-v ille Hospital dining room about the time Dame Margot Fonteyn was at SMH visit-t ing her Panamanian husband.
The Accord trade union says the posts will go at the firms offices in Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, by the end of 2011.