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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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Steffi Graf, improving with each match in her latest comeback, moved into the semifinals of the DFS Classic in Birmingham, England, with a 6-4, 6-4 victory over Spain's Maria Luisa Serna.
Steffi Graf, playing her first match in four months, rallied to beat Rennae Stubbs in three sets at the DFS Classic grass-court tournament in Birmingham, England.
A columnist at Sherman Oaks radio trade weekly HITS called KCRW's attention to Harcourt, who was born in Birmingham, England, and played in several bands before relocating to the United States.
86 seconds at the BUPA Indoor Grand Prix in Birmingham, England.
The show is very uplifting and very emotional,'' said Dunne, 28, who was born to Irish parents in Birmingham, England.
The 24 Britons who were wounded had been about to board flights to Manchester and Birmingham, England, after spending holidays on the popular Costa Dorada beach.
Johnson, the chief project scientist, also reported on the findings Thursday at a meeting in Birmingham, England, of the Commission on Space Research, an international organization of space scientists.
The Czech Republic, 80-1 underdogs to win the European Championship, advanced to the semifinals Sunday with a 1-0 victory over Portugal in Birmingham, England.

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