Newbury


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Newbury

(ˈnjuːbərɪ)
n
(Placename) a market town in West Berkshire unitary authority, S England: scene of a Parliamentarian victory (1643) and a Royalist victory (1644) during the Civil War; telecommunications, racecourse. Pop: 32 675 (2001)
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They entered Oxford, but she could take only a hasty glimpse of Edmund's college as they passed along, and made no stop anywhere till they reached Newbury, where a comfortable meal, uniting dinner and supper, wound up the enjoyments and fatigues of the day.
Newbury Park took the initial lead, but Diamond put the Highlanders ahead for good at 4-3 late in the first quarter.
Newbury Ventures today announced that Trevor Kienzle has joined the firm as General Partner.
LONG BEACH - Brynn Cameron and the Newbury Park High girls' basketball team watched game-tape of top-seeded Morningside of Inglewood and thought they had a chance.
11 wireless network deployments," said Michael Maggio, president and CEO, Newbury Networks.
POMONA - The last time Brynn Cameron played in front of her future coach, USC's Chris Gobrecht, she had one of the worst games of her career and Newbury Park High lost by 24 to rival Royal of Simi Valley.
Thousand Oaks: Ventura County Fire Department operates Stations 30-37 in the area: Civic Center station, Westlake Village station, Potrero station, Lake Sherwood station, Arboles station, Newbury Park station, Oak Park station, North Ranch station.
Newbury Piret's understanding of the outsourcing market and their strategic counsel was a key factor in our success.
People draw Newbury Park Panthers paws on signs next to Carpenter's name.
David Sanford scored on a 49-yard run with 33 seconds remaining to lead visiting Newbury Park to a 20-13 Marmonte League victory Friday night.