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Leicester

an English longwool breed of polled, meat sheep, with wool 32 to 38 microns. It has been used to produce many subsidiary breeds, e.g. corriedale.
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The Plaque was handed over to Prince Mohammad by the President of the Saudi Students Club in the city of Leicester Engineer Zafar bin Ali AL-Halafi.
City of Leicester has published a print and online "Diwali Guide 2011", which is available free and "includes everything you need to know about Diwali and the celebrations in Leicester".
Gerry McCann is due to return part-time to his job as a cardiologist at a hospital in the city of Leicester tomorrow.
Michael Taylor, head of the City of Leicester College, was acquitted at Leicester Crown Court in May of eight counts of indecent assault on a girl under 16, and two charges of gross indecency.
I've been lucky to get so far at my first attempt and it is a big thing for myself, Peter Houston, Kenny Black, the players and the city of Leicester.
We regard this appointment as a strong demonstration of our commitment to the city of Leicester and I have no doubt it will be of great interest to the many Leicester City fans among our 1,200 staff in the Midlands.
The transition hasn't been without its bumps, explains CEO Stuart Wilkins as he walks around a semi-crowded assembly floor in the plant outside the small English city of Leicester, about 90 miles north of London.
There are seven independent slaughterers plus three big slaughterers in the city of Leicester, which is only five miles away, so there's a lot to do.
IBM today announced a new services center in the City of Leicester, UK that will create up to 300 new IT roles over the next three years for the next generation of workers, enabling IBM to extend its delivery of an industry leading range of technology services to UK based IBM clients.

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