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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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Prince Mohammed bin Nawaf bin Abdul Aziz said that the feelings of the Saudi students in the United Kingdom and their loyalty to their leadership and their homeland is not surprising, expressing his thanks and appreciation to the students in the city of Leicester for the feelings of love and loyalty.
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".
At the time of the suspension, he had only just taken over as head of the City of Leicester College, one of the city's largest secondary schools.
Dr Monk added: 'There are seven independent slaughterers, plus three big slaughterers in the city of Leicester, which is only five miles away.
Leicester city council housing department invites tenders for the provision of service and maintainance of the communal digital television systems and ad hoc improvement works, within the city of leicester.
The 51-year-old former England captain was given the honour in his home city of Leicester yesterday.
The proud spectators in the ethnically diverse city of Leicester waved Union flags and banners.
uk/schoolsbuyingclubThe City of Leicester College is a vibrant and popular 1119 College with a commitment to the highest level of pastoral care and academic achievement.
I do remember vividly a journey I undertook to Peterborough some years ago which involved traversing the city of Leicester, surely the worst signed, least navigable of all our cities.
Leicester City Council invites Tenders for the supply and installation of secure cycle units across the city of Leicester.

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