Truro


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Truro

(ˈtrʊərəʊ)
n
(Placename) a market town in SW England, administrative centre of Cornwall. Pop: 20 920 (2001)
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One, I think, is from the Marchioness of Westhampton, the other from some solicitors at Truro.
Folks to Marblehead was mad at him not runnin' the risk, and becaze nex' day, when the sea was ca'am (they never stopped to think o' that), some of the Active's folk was took off by a Truro man.
As far as Truro was concerned it was a tremendous weekend, and made all the more special as it was in front of 100 Bay fans.
The Yorkshire champions compiled 134 points - the scores of Toby Garrett and James Thompson counted in the three-man team, 36-hole Stableford event, those of Alex Battye being discounted - which left them 15 behind winners Truro.
BROADLANDS romped into the South West Regional Final of the Coca-Cola Cup with a devastating 8-1 thrashing of Cornish opponents Truro School.
She had chemotherapy, radiotherapy and the bone marrow transplant, but in January 2003 doctors in Truro, Cornwall, found cancerous cells in her blood and she was given up to six months to live.
The 19-year-old returned to Mount Hawke, near Truro, for the first time since being voted to victory in the BBC show on Saturday night.
TRURO -- The decision to reduce the number of correctional officers on duty when the Nova Institution for Women opens a maximum-security unit in September raises a serious safety concern, according to the Union of Canadian Correctional Officers.
Kelly, of Redruth, Cornwall, died as Woodburn fitted a tube into her heart at a hospital in nearby Truro.
Here his innovatory powers were put to full use, not least because Truro did not have a cathedral (or anything close) when he arrived.
HBN") and Truro Raceway have entered into a five year Horsepower(R) Authorized Racetrack Affiliate license agreement (A.
7 million Truro Community Wastewater Management System.