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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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Operating from its Head Office and Global Distribution Centre based in Leicester, England, Cromwell has 2,150 staff, 54 U.
Experimental Cancer Medicine Centre (ECMC), Leicester, England.
It is a challenge Johnson knows well from his years as captain of Leicester, England and the Lions, but it differs as a coach and he is having to learn fast.
The installations--at Hamilton Adhesive Labels in Leicester, England, and at CV Labels in Irvine, Scotland--mark the introduction of the system into the UK following the opening of a European office.
The Concrete Pipeline Systems Association (CPSA), Leicester, England, may have a whole new look but it is as focussed as ever in its quest to provide the UK sewage and drainage industry with the best possible advice and information regarding concrete drainage products.
Horner presented the findings at the Royal Astronomical Society's National Astronomy Meeting on April 5 in Leicester, England.
Caterpillar's telehandler products are currently produced at BCP's plant in Leicester, England, along with four other machine product groups.
That's not surprising, since the other members of his family, Punjabis living in Leicester, England, are an unattractive lot.
1 million in CNC machining centers to enable uninterrupted service and to fill existing customer orders from offices in Leicester, England and Raamsdonksveer, Holland.
The former Leicester, England and Lions centre took over as coach from Jack Rowell almost six years ago.
At DeMontfort University in Leicester, England, for instance, digitization has enabled students to access rare copies of Chaucer's The Canterbury Tales; at the University of Kentucky in Lexington, the Digital Athenaeum project has provided users with the opportunity to peruse damaged (and therefore quarantined) portions of the Cottonian Collection of Greek manuscripts at the British Museum in London.
Launched in December, ASAE's strategic alliance with the European Society of Association Executives, Leicester, England, offers European-based association executives in 46 countries a dual membership in both ASAE and ESAE.

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