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Derby

A city in the East Midlands UK; pronounced DAR bee.
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The world's second largest maker of aircraft engines said it plans to slash 140 jobs at its aerospace assembly and test facility in Derby, England.
Born in Derby, England, he attended Caernarfon grammar school and Rydal Penrhos before going on to the Victoria University of Manchester and training as an accountant.
Trained in music and psychotherapy, Butterton taught music appreciation, taught psychodynamic counseling, and worked as a music psychotherapist for the UK's NHS; she now works in private practice in Derby, England.
With Pietersen absent and Stuart Broad playing for Leicestershire in a Pro40 match at Derby, England were reduced to only 10 players for their final, intensive practice session.
Prior to this position Cyr was based in Derby, England, where he was responsible for the Rolls-Royce European Business team.
Timothy Yates, Canon Emeritus of Derby Cathedral, Derby, England, was a contributor to The Study of Anglicanism (SPCK, 1998).
BemroseBooth is in Derby, England, and has manufacturing sites in Derby, Hull, and Teesside.
Derby, England, opened a new machining center in February at its Propeller Center of Excellence in Pascagoula, Miss.
sales subsidiary in Derby, England, which was restructured in the last year, but no real production capacity in Europe.
Ladbrokes spokesman Balthazar Fabricius said: 'If Frankie Dettori wins the Derby, England win Euro 2004 and Henman wins Wimbledon, mortgages will be paid off left, right and centre.
Balthazar Fabricius of Ladbrokes said: "If Frankie wins the Derby, England win Euro 2004 and Henman wins Wimbledon, punters will be paying off mortgages left, right and
Wright was born in Derby, England, to a wheelwright father and seamstress mother.

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