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BUCKSBuckinghamshire (England)
BUCKSBirthday Utopian Crippled Kiddies Service
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Captain Jacques du Toit was again to the fore on the final day against Buckinghamshire scoring 70 and then taking three wickets with his spinners.
SCOREBOARD - Northumberland 1st inns: 429-8 off 90 overs; Buckinghamshire 1st inns: 340-9 dec off 85.
The judge said Buckinghamshire council was "content" for the girl's father to live at his parents' home with her.
The Oak Tree Lament was recorded by a Buckinghamshire band called Dirty Mavis in two versions.
The Buckinghamshire Family Intervention Project (FIP) is a youth crime FIP providing intensive support for whole families with complex needs.
LOVEABLE: Cracker arrives at the Horse Trust in Speen, Buckinghamshire with his Merseyside Police groom Victoria Demirer
Yodhin Punja and Sachin Jha, the Abu Dhabi academy's new ball bowlers, bowled tight spells to reduce Buckinghamshire to 22 for two in 10 overs.
Disappointingly there remain considerable gaps in life expectancy across the country, with men in South Buckinghamshire almost 25 percentage points more likely to live to 75 than men in Manchester.
Dr Susanne Kelly, principal optometrist and deputy head of optometry at Stoke Mandeville Hospital in Aylesbury was runner-up in the 2010 Buckinghamshire Healthcare Awards.
The five chapters, originally research papers assembled in 2007 by the Buckinghamshire County Archaeologist as part of an English Heritage initiative, each describe the area in a distinct period.
CROYDON, England, October 12, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Buckinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service has Procured Award Winning Gazetteer Management Software and Geographic Information System (GIS) from GGP Systems.
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