Prestwich


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Prestwich

(ˈprɛstwɪtʃ)
n
(Placename) a town in NW England, in Bury unitary authority, Greater Manchester. Pop: 31 693 (2001)
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Prestwich, in his admirable Memoirs on the eocene deposits of England and France, is able to draw a close general parallelism between the successive stages in the two countries; but when he compares certain stages in England with those in France, although he finds in both a curious accordance in the numbers of the species belonging to the same genera, yet the species themselves differ in a manner very difficult to account for, considering the proximity of the two areas,--unless, indeed, it be assumed that an isthmus separated two seas inhabited by distinct, but contemporaneous, faunas.
Viktor Molnar, 58, also ran an illegal pet shop from his home in Prestwich, Bury, from where puppies were sold.
MICK MCGRAA believes Cammell Laird's victory over Prestwich Heys will stand his side in good stead ahead of their clash with Litherland REMYCA this weekend.
Jonathan Baines of Prestwich, Manchester pleaded guilty to the offence which took place last month, at Caernarfon crown court yesterday.
When I said I thought Prestwich was in Manchester, she firmly told me: "It's in Lancashire," leaving me in no doubt it was time to move on.
30am to apply for the transfer to us of a licence at present held by Horatio Taverns Limited whose registered office is situated at 406 Upper Newtownards Road, Belfast BT4 3EZ (noting 3639 Limited whose registered office is situated at New Madov House, 130 Bury New Road, Prestwich M25 OAA as the last licensee appearing on the licence on foot of a protection order granted on 6th December 2013) for the premises at 32, 34, 34a, 36 and 36a University Road, Belfast, being premises of the following kind according to the Licensing (Northern Ireland) Order 1996, namely premises specified in Article:- 5(1) (a) premises in which the only or principal business carried on is the business of selling intoxicating liquor by retail for consumption either in or off the premises.
Historian and emeritus professor Prestwich chronicles the movers and shakers from the ninth to the fifteenth centuries, predominantly in Europe and the Mediterranean with some exceptions, such as Chinggis Khan and the Persian Ibn Sina.
Les Holt Prestwich, Greater Manchester Aaw reading about the beautiful lucy kay, she deserves every bit of fame and luck.
The TSB outlet in Prestwich, Manchester, had been open only a matter of hours when masked robbers struck.
Plus we're bringing through a new generation of Perth talent with the appointment of Mark McAleer, who's already established himself as one of Australia's emerging experts on large-scale energy and resources projects and transactions, and Sydney-based Chris Prestwich, who specialises in commercial litigation and corporate insolvency and restructuring.
According to Durham University's Prof Michael Prestwich, an expert in medieval history and warfare, castle allowances were made for a daily intake of eight pints of ale per man.