St Albans


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St. Al•bans

(ˈɔl bənz)
n.
a city in W Hertfordshire, in SE England. 128,600.
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And had he been right in this conjecture, he most probably would have overtaken his angel at the aforesaid place; but unluckily my lord had appointed a dinner to be prepared for him at his own house in London, and, in order to enable him to reach that place in proper time, he had ordered a relay of horses to meet him at St Albans.
Contract award: St Albans Council Provision of Insurance Services (excluding the provision of insurance broking services).
I READ with interest your article on St Albans School.
They defeated St Albans 3-0 in the final of the tournament, played at Newcastle University.
ON Monday evening in damp conditions at Tremorfa Park, St Albans gained an excellent 27-run victory over Grange Albion.
CHAMPIONS Leamington finished in style as first-half goals from Matt Dodd and Ricky Johnson gave them victory against St Albans.
Jane Vaterlaws, who stood down as headteacher of St Albans RC Primary School in October
St Albans Villa East, on Crowhall Lane, is for sale with no onward chain and includes a dining room, sitting room with high ceilings, period features include feature fireplaces.
WARSHIP HMS St Albans arrived on Merseyside yesterday for a weekend visit.
Main survived a botched coup in St Albans a few weeks ago but locals remain incensed the MP's daughter lived rent-free in a flat Main bought with our cash only six miles nearer Westminster than her Buckinghamshire family home.
Tory MP Anne Main has fought off attempts to deselect her from standing as MP for her St Albans constituency at the forthcoming General Election.
CONSERVATIVE MP Anne Main last night fought off attempts to de-select her from standing as the Tory candidate at the forthcoming general election after she was backed in a vote by party members in her St Albans constituency.