Middlesbrough


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Mid·dles·brough

 (mĭd′lz-brə)
A borough of northeast England at the mouth of the Tees River. It has iron, steel, and chemical works.

Middlesbrough

(ˈmɪdəlzbrə)
n
(Placename) an industrial town and unitary authority in NE England; on the Tees estuary; university (1992). The unitary authority was formerly (1974–96) part of Cleveland county. Pop: 135 00 (2008 est.) Area: 54 sq km (21 sq miles)

Mid•dles•brough

(ˈmɪd lz brə)

n.
a seaport in NE England, on the Tees estuary. 145,800.
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TOM WARD of Birtley won a unanimous points decision over fellow England international Joe Maphosa from host club Middlesbrough at the Ironpolis Club.
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THE field events were headlined locally by two throwers at different ends of the age spectrum, Daniel Nixon and Steven Birse with athletes from Middlesbrough AC (Mandale) and New Marske Harriers winning 14 golds and 28 medals overall.
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17), about Middlesbrough West Parliamentary division returning a Tory in the 1950s.
MIDDLESBROUGH will "lose its identity" under radical changes to MP constituency boundaries, councillors claim.