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a county in southwestern England in the lower Severn valley

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Published by Cotswolds Living Publications, Gloucestershire, England.
Carina decided recently to pursue a career within the equine industry and is currently at the Talland School of Equitation in Gloucestershire, England, where she is studying and training to be a horse riding instructor and coach.
Godwin Pumps, founded in 1976, has about 800 employees located throughout the United States and at its manufacturing facility in Gloucestershire, England.
Gloucestershire, England psychologists Bath and Bohin, specialist nurse Jones, and physiotherapist Scarle have some 45 years of combined experience working in cardiac rehabilitation in the UK.
Salter and Wainwright, who both coach at the award-winning Hucclecote Netball Club in Gloucestershire, England, are set to return next month 10 days prior to the championship to continue coaching the kingdom's teams as the tournament nears.
He attended school in Gloucestershire, England and graduated with a BSc degree from the University of Bristol with majors in chemistry and physics in 1934, followed by an MSc from the same university in 1937, followed by a diploma in education.
The Oaten biscuits were the first Duchy Originals product to be launched in 1992, and are made using wheat and oats harvested from HRH The Prince of Wales' farm in Gloucestershire, England.
Three Choirs, Parsons Leap 2004 - Gloucestershire, England, Morrisons pounds 5.
DuPont sponsors the competition in cooperation with Campden and Chorleywood Food Research Association in Gloucestershire, England, and the National Food Processors Association in Washington, D.
Classically trained at the Bath Academy of Art, Smith lives and works today in Gloucestershire, England.
Few gardeners could ever imagine owning an estate as spectacular as the one created by Prince Charles on his 37-acre property called Highgrove in Gloucestershire, England.
United International of Chappaqua, NY, is now importing Trafalgar India Pale Ale, a single-hop varietal beer made by the Freeminer Brewery of Gloucestershire, England.
Much to his subsequent embarrassment, Yeats had spent Easter week of 1916 not in Dublin but visiting the estate of Sir William Rothenstein in Gloucestershire, England.
The role of part-time employment among disaffected and mainstream 14- to 16-year-olds and 16- to 19-year-olds in full-time education in the Kingswood area of South Gloucestershire, England, was examined.
The Westlake Village Inn, 32001 Agoura Road, Westlake Village, has visiting chef Stephan Oppenhagen of the Thornbury Castle in Gloucestershire, England, cooking a special dinner tonight in its Provence dining room.
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