Ludlow


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Ludlow

(ˈlʌdləʊ)
n
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) trademark a machine for casting type from matrices set by hand, used esp for headlines

Ludlow

(ˈlʌdləʊ)
n
(Placename) a market town in W central England, in Shropshire: castle (11th–16th century). Pop: 9548 (2001)
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The masque of Comus was written for a great entertainment given by the Earl of Bridgewater, at Ludlow Castle, and three of his children took part in it.
During this week, North Shropshire College has launched an official consultation document, as it proposes a merger with Herefordshire and Ludlow College.
Kate Robinson Dunne; LUDLOW LOST; Two Pigeons Press (Children's: Juvenile Fiction) 12.
Ludlow Medieval Christmas Fayre A unique Christmas shopping experience 2 days from PS119.
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It means a tough assignment for former Arsenal star Jayne Ludlow in only her second competitive match in charge of the Welsh team after taking the reins from Jarmo Matikainen in October 2014.
You can find many places to see, visit, and stay at in Ludlow, but no hotels in Ludlow Shropshire can match the services and hospitality of Baron at Bucknell.
WALES Women's manager Jayne Ludlow is pleased with how her squad is shaping up ahead of the European Qualifying campaign.
Almost 150 guests joined partners from the firm at the Ludlow Kitchen where they were treated to a mini food festival-style reception, with an array of local food and drink and a variety of demonstrations from local food specialists.
NEW Wales Women's manager Jayne Ludlow admits she is excited for the future as she paid tribute to outgoing boss Jarmo Matikainen.
Ludlow represented Arsenal for 13 years and remains the club's alltime record goalscorer.