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Birmingham

The second largest city in the UK, which is located in West Midlands; it is home to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, a superhospital built under a PFI contract.
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WILL BUTLER: The Institute, Digbeth High Street, Birmingham.
FIVE ENCORES TO DYNAMIC MOTION: Birmingham Conservatoire.
Poly (1-1) scored its first touchdown in two plays Friday and started bringing in reserves midway through the third quarter of a 46-8 dismantling of Birmingham at Veterans Stadium.
They argued that a Birmingham jury--which most certainly would have been all-white and menaced by the KKK--would be unlikely to convict four white men for killing blacks.
Birmingham Royal Ballet had the advantage of appearing in its own large theater in the center of Birmingham, whereas the Royal Ballet is homeless until the Covent Garden opera house reopens at the end of 1999.
We have always been portrayed as being culturally intolerant, but here in Birmingham we've had things like gay parades and the annual Apollo drag ball for years without an incident.
You walk through powerful displays that evoke the period of segregation, with everything from an iron ore mine and Ku Klux Klan rallies to a burned bus, a lunch counter and a Birmingham jail cell.
Despite the continuing economic slowdown and weak steel demand, the Birmingham plant has consistently been operating at full capacity.
Unfortunately, the success story for business in Birmingham has not mirrored the African-American companies.
If he lost the upcoming campaign to end segregation in placid but booming Birmingham, his position as the most prominent Negro civil rights leader would be eroded, perhaps destroyed-and so would his chance to become (his private goal) the most influential Negro in world history, with the unlimited power, fame, and access to attractive, willing civil-rights workers that would entail.
Farr, President and Chief Executive Officer of Birmingham Bloomfield Bancshares, Inc.