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SUMMER
UNIVERSITY
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PLAYING
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SECOND
CANAL
FOOTBALL PLAYER
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RIGHT WING
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ENGLAND
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STAFFORDSHIRE
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SHROPSHIRE
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WOLVERHAMPTON
Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Wolverhampton"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. Wolverhampton was a short train trip away, and Teresa had generously written to offer her hospitality. (Web site)
  2. Wolverhampton was incorporated as a municipal borough in 1849 under the Municipal Corporations Act 1835. (Web site)
  3. Wolverhampton was one of the few towns to operate surface contact trams and the only town to use the Lorain Surface Contact System. (Web site)

Carillion Plc

  1. Carillion plc is a British -based construction-services business headquartered in Wolverhampton.

Summer

  1. WOLVERHAMPTON.- Stories is a captivating mix media show which is hosted by Wolverhampton Art Gallery this summer.
  2. When manager Tony Barton was sacked in the summer of 1984, Little's contract was also terminated and he became first-team coach of Wolverhampton Wanderers. (Web site)

University

  1. In September 2005 Knight was presented with an honorary degree from the University of Wolverhampton.

Links

  1. The University of Wolverhampton A nice collection of links, categorized by procedures (ANOVA, Discriminant Analysis, etc.). (Web site)

Playing

  1. Notable people from Gwynedd Wayne Hennessey footballer, current Welsh national team goalkeeper, playing for Wolverhampton Wanderers. (Web site)

Appearances

  1. He was signed by Wolverhampton of England's Championship in January 2006 for mucho dinero but failed to score in 18 appearances.
  2. Anderton made his full league debut against Wolverhampton Wanderers in a 0–0 draw, making 20 appearances in the 1990–91 season. (Web site)

Second

  1. This filly showed an improved display last time after leaving trainer Pat Eddery, running on well into second at Wolverhampton over 1m4f. (Web site)

Canal

  1. You then follow the Birmingham Main Line Canal to Wolverhampton where the canal drops back down through a flight of 21 locks to rejoin the Staffs. (Web site)

Football Player

  1. Stan Cullis, (October 25, 1916 - February 28, 2001), was a football player and manager, most notably for Wolverhampton Wanderers.

Bus Stations

  1. The Chubb Buildings are located in the heart of Wolverhampton on Fryer Street, just off the Wolverhampton Ring Road near the railway and bus stations.

Midland Railway

  1. Heath Town railway station was a station built by the Wolverhampton and Walsall Railway in 1872, and was operated by the Midland Railway from 1876 onwards. (Web site)

Right Wing

  1. Assist (cross) by Michael Gray(Wolverhampton) from right wing. (Web site)

Free Kick

  1. Direct free kick taken left-footed by Michael Gray(Wolverhampton) from left channel, passed. (Web site)

England

  1. Kevin Rowland (born August 17, 1953, in Wolverhampton, England) is a singer, songwriter and former frontman of Dexys Midnight Runners. (Web site)

English Football Player

  1. Mark Nicholas Davies (born 18 February 1988 in Wolverhampton) is an English football player, currently playing for Bolton Wanderers of the Premier League.
  2. Donald 'Don' Howe (born October 12, 1935 in Wolverhampton) is an English football player, turned highly-respected coach and manager.

Staffordshire

  1. Codsall railway station, situated on the Wolverhampton to Shrewsbury Line, serves the village of Codsall in Staffordshire, England. (Web site)

West Midlands

  1. Frances Barber (born on 13 May 1958 in Wolverhampton, West Midlands, England) is an English actress with a long and distinguished stage career.
  2. Meera Syal was born in 1963 near Wolverhampton in the West Midlands.

Shropshire

  1. Albrighton railway station, on the Wolverhampton to Shrewsbury Line, serves the large village of Albrighton in Shropshire, England. (Web site)

Shropshire Union Canal

  1. The Shropshire Union Canal starts at the city of Wolverhampton, one of the UK's new Millennium Cities.

Birmingham

  1. The original line from Birmingham to London was built by the Great Western Railway (GWR) in the 1850s, to connect Oxford to Birmingham and Wolverhampton.
  2. Jamelia - Musician originally from Birmingham now living in Wolverhampton.

Shrewsbury

  1. Shrewsbury, Wolverhampton and Stoke-on-Trent as well as a circular line that links the outlaying villages and the shopping areas. (Web site)

Wolverhampton

  1. Aberystwyth is at the end of the Cambrian main line, with direct journeys from Birmingham New Street, Wolverhampton, Shrewsbury, Machnylleth and Borth.
  2. The other trains are Central Trains services between Shrewsbury and Birmingham New Street, which call at all stations between Shrewsbury and Wolverhampton. (Web site)
  3. Henry Meadows of Wolverhampton, England were major suppliers of engines to the smaller companies in the British motor industry.

Categories

  1. Shrewsbury
  2. Water > Waterways > Canals > Shropshire Union Canal
  3. Countries > United Kingdom > England > Birmingham
  4. Countries > United Kingdom > England > West Midlands
  5. English Football Player
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