Abingdon


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Abingdon

(ˈæbɪŋdən)
n
(Placename) a market town in S England, in Oxfordshire. Pop: 36 010 (2001)
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Windsor and Abingdon are the only towns between London and Oxford that you can really see anything of from the stream.
To the southward, in Charles, Hood, and Chatham islands, and to the northward, in Towers, Bindloes, and Abingdon, I neither saw nor heard of any.
A visit to Reading or Abingdon twice a year, at assizes or quarter sessions, which the Squire made on his horse with a pair of saddle-bags containing his wardrobe, a stay of a day or two at some country neighbour's, or an expedition to a county ball or the yeomanry review, made up the sum of the Brown locomotion in most years.
My arm was in a sling; couldn't even take the drag down--a brute of a mare of mine had fell with me only two days before, out with the Abingdon, and I thought my arm was broke.
Joyce, of Abingdon, Oxon, will appear before magistrates today.
Pre Bid Conference: 11/10/15 in the Conference Room at Abingdon Water Treatment Plant, 3340 Abingdon Rd.
It produces the MG Abingdon Edition and the MG LE50 in small numbers, delivering MGs that look like the originals but are state-of-the-art sports cars under the skin, with the performance to match.
Frontline Developments, based in MG's spiritual home of Abingdon, is producing both the Abingdon Edition and LE50 as fast as it can, though, with an average build time of 800 and 900 hours and a small but highly skilled team producing them, it concedes it is never going to enter the realms of mass production.
EVERY child matters at Abingdon Primary School, its website states - and today's look back in the archives proves its pupils have always had a wide range of subjects and opportunities to enjoy.
The women's SCUBA market has been screaming for one and finally, we created it," says Lead Designer, Chelsea Abingdon Welch.
Interviews with Company Founder / CEO Abingdon Welch are welcome & available upon request.
It is hard to do Shirley Herz justice in a few lines, so I am going to repeat here part of a speech I made months ago when the Abingdon Theatre Company honored Shirley: