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Ast·wood

(ast'wud),
Edwin B., U.S. endocrinologist, 1909-1976. See: Astwood test.
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Tenders are invited for supply & installation of music system for worcester crematorium, astwood cemetery
I WOULD like to give praise to everyone who took part in and attended the Astwood Bank Carnival in Redditch.
One happy customer Lisa Astwood was delighted to move into her new home.
Division Three: Aston Manor v Handsworth; Astwood Bank v Brewood; Eastnor v Streetly; Lichfield v Newport; Pershore v Worfield; Whitchurch v Fordhouses.
There is 600 years of history that surrounds Astwood Court in Astwood Lane, Astwood Bank, near Feckenham, Redditch.
The squad involved at Sheffield consisted of Dan Charlton, Jakob Browell, Marc Atkinson, David Hughes (captain), Cameron Lloyd, Ben Shaw, Andy Collins, Will Thompson, Allan Luke, Joe Byerley, Christian Dina, Godwin Aniteo, Ryan Thompson, Dan Laidler, Matthew McLeod, Alex Sursham, Ran Astwood and Luke Sinclair.
Now, Kearan plays for Astwood Bank Cricket Club and regularly attends training sessions for cricketers with disabilities at Warwickshire County Cricket Club's Edgbaston home.
They warned Mr Weaver, who died in 1998, that if he didn't pay then it would be removed from Astwood Cemetery, Worcester.
Supported by Boots, Majestic Wines and Spirits, the Beth Astwood Beauty Salon and Lemon Tree Restaurant, Honley.
Officers said the rare animal was discovered at a farm near Astwood Bank, in Redditch, Worcestershire, on Friday morning.
The inclusion of this parameter in current safety assessment paradigms is based largely upon the studies of Astwood et al.
PRESTON boss Craig Brown is trying to sign Bermudan striker Stephen Astwood at the second attempt.