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Synonyms for Birmingham

the largest city in Alabama

a city in central England


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Dr Ellen McAdam, director, Birmingham Museums Trust; Sir Peter Bazalgette, chair, Arts Council England; Coun Ray Hassell, Lord Mayor of Birmingham; Steve Freer, chair, Birmingham Museums Trust
These are probably the best, and most evenly matched, teams Birmingham and Taft have had since they clashed at the Coliseum for the City championship in 2002.
Nucor will reportedly pay $615 million for Birmingham's assets, topping an initial offer of $500 million the company made for select portions of Birmingham Steel back in February.
Dame Ninette de Valois's one-hundredth birthday on June 6 was celebrated with special performances by the three institutions she founded: the Royal Ballet School and the two Royal Ballet companies, one based in London, the other relocated (since 1990)to Birmingham.
In response Snow, who is the vice president and entertainment chairman of Birmingham Pride Alabama, a gay political and cultural group, decided to find a theater that would let him run a satellite-feed broadcast of the Ellen episode to a live audience.
Across from the church is the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute, opened in 1992.
Today Birmingham is no lnger the segregated, dirty, steel town that only allowed blacks into City Hall to clean up.
The Birmingham campaign is also important because it tells us about the transformation of the politics of protest in America.
Farr, President and Chief Executive Officer of Birmingham Bloomfield Bancshares, Inc.
MERCILESS TIDE, OFFSHORE, HELL AND HOME: O2 Academy 3, Horsefair, Birmingham.
LUNCHTIME CONCERT: Bartosz Woroch: The Barber Institute, University of Birmingham, Edgbaston.
The Toreadors did just that Wednesday night, finishing off nemesis Birmingham of Lake Balboa 39-34 in the City Section football quarterfinals.