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(hŭl),
Edgar, 20th-century U.S. cardiologist.
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has closed its acquisition of a purpose-built care home in Kingston-Upon-Hull for approximately GBP 6.2m (USD 9.78m) including acquisition costs, the company said.
In the House of Commons today, Diana Johnson, Labour MP for Kingston-upon-Hull North, said the flood protection budget was facing cuts of 28%.
When the current Baron Prescott of Kingston-upon-Hull punched a voter he was hailed a hero.
SAW Baron Prescott of Kingston-Upon-Hull taking his seat in the House of Lords yesterday.
The tug was owned and operated by the now defunct United Towing Company of Kingston-upon-Hull.
Clubmate Liane Bibby won the javelin at the Kingston-Upon-Hull Open meeting with 31.37m and was second in the 100m in 14.2secs.
Round 1 fixtures of interest in the North include: Sheffield v Kingston-Upon-Hull, Bolton v Bradford Metro, North Tyneside v Middlesbrough, Stockport v Chorley, Liverpool v Barrow-in-Furness, Stockton v York, Carlisle v Copeland, Knowsley v Barnsley, East Durham v Hambleton and Richmond, Scarborough v Sunderland, Bishop Auckland v Harrogate.
Northern League, Premier Division: Kingston-upon-Hull 1, Durham University II 3; Newcastle University v Bowdon II - postponed.
This coming weekend Cardiff head to Cannock and on Saturday face Midland qualifiers Harborne, play Kingston-upon-Hull on Sunday and meet Harleston on Monday.
The other sites are at Fulham, west London, Islington, north London, Kingston-upon-Hull, Liverpool, Sheffield, Swansea and Welling.
The under-10 side, including Mr Lynas's son Michael, nine, duly lost the match, against Kingston River Rats, of Kingston-upon-Hull, by the nine-goal deficit.
In January, Kingston, a regional company based in the port city of Kingston-upon-Hull in North-East England, became the first operator to launch a commercial ADSL service, Kingston Interactive Television.

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