Uxbridge


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Uxbridge

(ˈʌksˌbrɪdʒ)
n
(Placename) a town in SE England, part of the Greater London borough of Hillingdon since 1965; chiefly residential; seat of Brunel University (1966)
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He stole Dora's watch, which, like everything else belonging to us, had no particular place of its own; and, converting it into money, spent the produce (he was always a weak-minded boy) in incessantly riding up and down between London and Uxbridge outside the coach.
He has a friend, too, a man who somehow subsists upon selling small birds, for which he sets traps in the fields near Uxbridge.
Major O'Dowd to Jos, who began to blush violently; "and that's Lord Uxbridge on the bay.
They told me one night that there was brought into the prison late the night before three highwaymen, who had committed robbery somewhere on the road to Windsor, Hounslow Heath, I think it was, and were pursued to Uxbridge by the country, and were taken there after a gallant resistance, in which I know not how many of the country people were wounded, and some killed.
8, 1922 she was the daughter of Joseph and Antonina (Wisnowski) Knapik and lived in Uxbridge all of her life.
Educated in Uxbridge Schools and Worcester Trade School.
Hutchinson and his wife Amanda of Uxbridge and Samantha L.
Smith) Stevens, 61, of Uxbridge passed away peacefully surrounded by her family on Fri.
Malisz) Czupryna, 95, of Uxbridge passed away on Sunday March 23, 2014 in the Lydia Taft House in Uxbridge.
UXBRIDGE -- Are you looking for a way to reach out to the troops in time for the holidays?
UXBRIDGE -- The Uxbridge Education Foundation presents A Night of Comedy with Michael Petit at 7 p.
Eric Adams, Sutton; Kevin Carroll, Northbridge; Khahnty Daraphet, Northbridge; Michael Moran, Milford; Nicholas Rymeski, Northbridge; Brian Stearns, Northbridge; Justin Vieira, Uxbridge.