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vallum

(ˈvæləm)
n
(Archaeology) archaeol a Roman rampart or earthwork

vallum

An ancient Roman rampart or wall made of earth or piled sods.
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Vallum Corporation, a medical device company, has received clearance from the U.S.
Companies fielding teams in the tournament included Blue Square Utilities, Vallum Associates, Utiligroup, FMA Agency, Armstrong Campbell Accountants, DDC Outsourcing Solutions, CNG, Hippo Marketing, Brilliant Energy and Eversmart.
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The Friends of Ferguson Heritage Working Weekend began on Saturday at Vallum Farm on the Military Road west of Newcastle, near Hadrian's Wall.
Naples, FL, September 05, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Vallum Software today announced the general availability of the Vallum GMI-Agent, a universal software agent that is now being offered in a free download package from the Vallum Application Exchange (VAX).
C Division team Marlborough Social pulled off a shock result by beating Premier League outfit Vallum United 4-2.
Vallum Court bosses have apologised after the two lifts failed while maintenance work was being carrying out.
Vallum Farm, the foodie gateway to Hadrian's Wall in Northumberland's Tyne Valley, is running a series of ladies' lunch events on the last Wednesday of every month.
He was the recipient of Vallum's 2013 Poetry Prize and Magma's
In the Premier Division, leaders Daisy Hill East End defeated Vallum United 6-0 - Paul Bell and Richie Hoggins both scoring twice - and Benwell Sports came through 4-0 at Hillheads.
Vallum Utd beat Roof Top 4-3 and Benwell Sports drew 3-3 with Westfield Social, Tony Dobie scoring all Benwell's goals and Dylan Swann getting two for Westfield.