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Crewe

 (kro͞o) also Crewe and Nant·wich (nănt′wĭch′)
A town of west-central England southeast of Liverpool. It is an important railroad junction.

Crewe

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(Placename) a town in NW England, in Cheshire: major railway junction. Pop: 67 683 (2001)
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Yesterday, Crewe and Nantwich MP Gwyneth Dunwoody, the fiercest critic of the council shake-up, urged ministers to listen to the peers and admit they were wrong.
The purple-vested club's under-13 and under-15 boys squads secured team victories against Crewe and Nantwich, Southport Waterloo, Liverpool Harriers, and Handforth in the third round of the North West Sportshall League.
ICL has negotiated a deal with HBG Properties, who will purchase the long leasehold intrest in the site from Crewe and Nantwich Borough Council and Cheshire County Council.
Firefighters from Crewe and Nantwich battled for three hours to put out the fire, which occurred on Chapel Lane shortly after 11.
Crewe and Nantwich clinic CTC Physiotherapy has announced that it will now be known as ctchealthcare.
Sefton skipper Stu Bailey who is on the comeback trail takes a bench place for the Division Two home game against Crewe and Nantwich.
He jokes: "I've worn out six pairs of shoes in this campaign - I can't get them mended because the Tory candidate owns all the repair shops in the Crewe and Nantwich constituency
Except, silly me, I was forgetting the ditching of the 10p tax rate had nothing whatsoever to do with the Crewe and Nantwich one, just as Mr Darling's decision to postpone the 2p hike in fuel duty is totally unrelated to Glasgow East.
Bulldogs' second string beat Crewe and Nantwich Steamers 36-16, thanks to tries from Gilmartin, Jones, Platts, Bancroft, Hendricks, Honey and Metcalfe, with Woodcock kicking four conversions.
Following the sad death of Gwyneth Dunwoody, I was asked to head up to Crewe and Nantwich - the opposite number to another West Midlands MP, Steve McCabe, who was there for the Labour Party.
WHEN New Labour's ministers began to defend their party's recent terrible drubbing in the Crewe and Nantwich constituency, I was surprised to hear them telling us that they knew why they had lost.
A jubilant Mr Cameron hailed "the end of New Labour" after the Conservative victory in the Crewe and Nantwich by-election.