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- Leicester was a county borough.
- Leicester were never out of the bottom two after November and were relegated with just 6 wins and only Ipswich Town below them.
- Leicester is expected by 2011 to become the first major city in Britain in which the ethnic minority population will form a majority.
- Leicester was also on a competing line from London to the North, built by the Great Central Railway in the late 1890s.
- Alliance & Leicester is growing its customer base.
- Alec Jeffreys and his team at the University of Leicester.
- Data will be provided directly from the University of Leicester, which will host the SuperWASP archive on behalf of the WASP consortium.
- Easter 1998 took us up the Leicester branch of the Grand Union Canal.
- It is still a significant presence in Leicester and sponsor Leicester City football team's stadium, the Walkers Stadium.
- Alliance & Leicester plc - Alliance & Leicester is one of the UK's major financial services groups.
- The Leicester section of the Grand Union Canal is interesting and varied.
- The event takes place at the marina to the east of the village of Crick, Northamptonshire on the Grand Union Canal 's Leicester Arm.
- Coming through the ranks at Leicester City was a young local goalkeeper called Peter Shilton, who was given his debut as a 17-year-old in 1966.
- On August 29, Dowie was linked with the vacant manager's position at Leicester City following the dismissal of Martin Allen.
- Leicestershire Foxes won the toss at Grace Road, Leicester and elected to bat.
- On the Leicester Line of the Grand Union Canal there are two arms.
- Leicester Mercury is a newspaper in Leicester, United Kingdom covering general news.
- Leicester Pride is an annual gay pride event in Victoria Park in Leicester, England.
- It is a few minutes walk to the tube (Northern Line) for quick link to Waterloo and Leicester Square.
- This went to William Tassie, a gem engraver and modeller, of Leicester Fields (now Leicester Square).
- The University of Leicester is leading the effort to store and analyse the vast amount of data that will be collected with the SuperWASP cameras.
- In the Codex Leicester, for example, he was the first to suggest that the moon not only reflected the light of the sun but also the light of the earth.
- Space physicists from the University of Leicester are part of an international team that has identified the impact of the Sun on Mars' atmosphere.
- Alliance & Leicester has made a very good start to 2007 and I am confident that the Group will be able to build on this performance in the future.
- Leicester City have completed the signing of the Everton reserve striker James Vaughan on an initial one-month loan deal.
- Early in the summer of 1994, our church organized a bus trip to a large charismatic church in Leicester, one of the hotspots of the Blessing.
- The boy's name was Peter Shilton and Leicester now considered him good enough to let Banks go.
- In recent years, customers joining Alliance & Leicester have, on average, been both younger and had higher incomes than those joining our competitors.
- The Parliament of Bats was a Parliament of England that was held in 1426 in Leicester.
- Musgrove had been O'Farrell's assistant at Leicester City and was appointed to do the same job at Manchester United.
- Paul Leicester Ford (1865-1902) was an American bibliographer, editor, biographer, and novelist.
- Hilary Hemingway is an American author and wife to author Jeff Lindsay and daughter of Leicester Hemingway, Ernest Hemingway 's brother.
- Second from bottom came Leicester City, who won just six Premiership games in their first top division season for eight years.
- Along with the rest of Britain's regional daily press, the Leicester Mercury has struggled in circulation terms over the past two decades.
- Paul Leicester Ford was born in Brooklyn, N.Y., the son of a bibliophile whose superb collection of Americana was valued at $100,000.
- His ancestry is uncertain but he was probably the son of William de Hamilton (third son of Robert de Beaumont, 3rd Earl of Leicester) and Mary of Strathearn.
- He is surely worth more - a stand at Grace Road, Leicester, perhaps, strategically placed for a square cut at one end and a pull at the other.
- Brian Little seemed the right man after all the success he had enjoyed in turning around the fortunes of Darlington, Leicester City and Aston Villa.
- Diuma preached to the Middle English of Leicester with much success, Peada, their ealdorman, son of Penda, having himself already embraced the new faith.
- Rugby union clubs such as Leicester Tigers, London Wasps and the Northampton Saints have had success in the Europe-wide Heineken Cup.
- Situated on the Midland Main Line, 20 km (12½ miles) north of Leicester, the station lies to the north-east of the town centre.
- The road from Coventry to Leicester enters the former parish at Clifford Bridge and as Hinckley or Ansty Road runs north-east towards Ansty.
- The Great Northern line was approved by Parliament in 1846 and a Midland Railway spur from Leicester to Hitchin was agreed in 1847.
- Jason started his career as a footballer with his hometown club of Leicester as a trainee, but first team opportunities were difficult to come by.
- However, rumors of affairs abounded, one of the most enduring being with Robert Dudley, 1st Earl of Leicester.
- Meanwhile, her father has already begun to nurse a hope she might marry the Queen's favorite, Robert Dudley, 1st Earl of Leicester.
- Elizabeth had many suitors, including King Philip II of Spain; Francis, duke of Alençon and Anjou; and her own favorite, Robert Dudley, earl of Leicester.
- Strongbow's mother was Isabel (Elizabeth) de Beaumont, sister to Robert earl of Leicester and Waleran count of Meulan.
- Several former county boroughs such as Derby, Leicester and Stoke on Trent regained unitary status.
- Kirby Muxloe Castle, four miles west of Leicester, is the companion of Ashby Castle, being the work of William, Lord Hastings.
- Adams left in October 2001 to work as Dave Bassett 's assistant at Leicester, being replaced by former Leicester manager Peter Taylor.
- Ellison lived in Kendal throughout his childhood, and now lives in Leicester with his wife Susie, whom he married on December 29 2008.
- In the decades after World War II Leicester gained a large population of immigrants from the Indian sub-continent, and from Uganda in the early 1970s.
- The last seven European Cup finals have been dominated by four champions - Wasps, Munster, Toulouse and Leicester.
- She was a daughter of count Hugh of Vermandois, a son of Henry I of France, and was the widow of Robert de Beaumont, 1st Earl of Leicester.
- Organisers are promising quality Christmas nights out, the likes of which have never been seen before in Leicester, making Grace Road the place to be.
- The New Walk Museum and Art Gallery is a museum on New Walk in Leicester, England, not far from the city centre.
- In 1963, Busby had successfully rebuilt United as he guided them to a 3-1 victory over Leicester City in the FA Cup final.
- He'd led Leicester to the FA Cup final in 1969 and, although he'd taken them down that season, took them back up again two years later.
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