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Shropshire

a type of English downs sheep. It has short wool, and is used mainly for meat; it has a black-brown face and legs.
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30am yesterday as scores of police stood by outside the prison near Market Drayton, Shrops.
The 17-year-old's boyfriend, Matthew Bird, 18, joined them at All Saints Church, near the family home in Wellington Shrops.
The puppy was traced to owners John and Mary Speak, of Shrewsbury, Shrops, through a microchip implanted in her neck.
The couple had worked alongside on their dairy farm in Wrockwardine, Shrops, since their wedding.
The pensioner had his wallet stolen during the brutal attack in Lee-gomery, Telford, Shrops.
Chris, of Leigh, Gtr Manchester, caught it on a week-long trip to The Avenue pool in Badger, Shrops.
Witnesses went online to claim a driver had been speeding before the incident in Hadley, Shrops, and one claimed they ran a red light.
When Thomas got to Princess Royal Hospital in Telford, Shrops, he went into cardiac arrest.
Thomas's grandad Paul, 56, of Bridgnorth, Shrops, said: "It is always going to be in our minds that the damage was caused by the hold-up.