Walsall


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Wal·sall

 (wôl′sôl′, -səl)
A borough of west-central England northwest of Birmingham.

Walsall

(ˈwɔːlsɔːl)
n
1. (Placename) an industrial town in central England, in Walsall unitary authority, West Midlands: engineering, electronics. Pop: 170 994 (2001)
2. (Placename) a unitary authority in central England, in the West Midlands. Pop: 252 400 (2003 est). Area: 106 sq km (41 sq miles)

Wal•sall

(ˈwɔl sɔl)

n.
a city in West Midlands, in central England, near Birmingham. 263,900.
References in classic literature ?
Salton had gone to Walsall to keep an early appointment; so he was all alone.
As to Miss Violet Hunter, my friend Holmes, rather to my disappointment, manifested no further interest in her when once she had ceased to be the centre of one of his problems, and she is now the head of a private school at Walsall, where I believe that she has met with considerable success.
KIDDERMINSTER, Walsall and Smethwick are all still in the battle to avoid relegation from the Birmingham League Premier Division - though West Bromwich Dartmouth have all but assured their safety.
SENIOR councillors have paid emotional tributes to the man credited with saving Walsall Football Club and transforming the lives of residents.
Contract: Wp3471a - walsall for all - pledge and training
walsall 1 scunthorpe 0 WALSALL climbed into the top half of League One as Kieron Morris' early goal deservedly downed Scunthorpe and made it three league wins on the spin for the Saddlers.
FOUR new restaurants are heading to Walsall Waterfront as part of a PS65 million development of the site.
The 20-year-old is Walsall's leading scorer in the league so far, and is creating a reputation for himself as a real talent in front of goal at the Bank's, formerly Bescott Stadium.
BRENTFORD 1 WALSALL 2 JULIAN GRAY fired Walsall to their first win of the season with the decisive goal that secured a hard-fought victory at Brentford.
WALSALL ILLUMINATIONS have come a long way since candles were placed in glass jars to enhance the natural features of the park back in 1875.
MARTIN BUTLER handed Richard Money's Walsall an opening-day three points against Rochdale.
The small English town of Walsall now has a beautifully and meticulously built new gallery to house a cherished local art collection.