Central Region


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Central Region

n
(Placename) a former local government region in central Scotland, formed in 1975 from Clackmannanshire, most of Stirlingshire, and parts of Perthshire, West Lothian, Fife, and Kinross-shire; in 1996 it was replaced by the council areas of Stirling, Clackmannanshire, and Falkirk
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Judge Hunter was appointed to Provincial Court for Central Region in 2009.
In addition the central region would be willing to support efforts to survey existing membership for ideas and will continue to watch as our organization transitions.
We are thrilled to welcome him to the helm of our central region, where he will lead a team of more than 80 sales and marketing professionals to drive business results and establish a success-oriented culture in the region.
The MassDEP Central Region (Worcester County and parts of western Middlesex and Norfolk counties) includes 77 cities and towns and a population of nearly 900,000 located between the New Hampshire and Connecticut borders.
Audi of America, a subsidiary of Volkswagen AG (Xetra: VW), is establishing a new Central Region, based near Chicago, to support dealers.
Home prices in the East South Central region rose by 1.
Schanen has been a key part of our success in the central region and we are thrilled to promote him to this important position.
Most of Peru's Andean Indians live in the mountainous central region.
Gas at this temperature is much less likely to escape from the central region, Wang notes.
The Central Region Awards are all about celebrating the best in communications in the Midlands.
About 270,000 households are reported under water in seven provinces, including Quang Nam and Quang Tri, in the typhoon-prone central region, it said.
Molders were busiest in the South Central region and least busy in the West.

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