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the largest city in New Jersey

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Lincoln is just a short distance away where guests can visit the Christmas markets or head to Newark-on-Trent and take a trip to the National Civil War Museum.
Rosemary Looker, 48, of Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, sold 19 inches of her hair after she was made redundant.
The five outlets--based at Quinton (West Midlands), Mill Hill, London (trading as Ronald Brown Opticians), Newark-on-Trent, Waterlooville and Bourne in Lincolnshire--were all named 'branch of the year' in their respective regions for 'their strong performance during 2009 and commitment to delivering outstanding service'.
Both races were won by Mike Gardner of Newark-on-Trent. Butcher went on to win the first round of the Scottish Mini Cooper Challenge.
Cities and towns named Newark are the following: Newark, Ark.; Newark, Calif.: Newark, Del.; Newark, Ga.; Newark, Md.; Newark, Mich.; Newark Village, Mo.; Newark Township, Neb.; Newark Valley, Nev.; Newark, N.J.; East Newark, N.J.; Newark Valley, N.Y.; Newark, Ohio; Newark, S.D.; Newark, Texas; Newark, Vt.; Newark, W.Va.; Newark, Wisc.; Newark, Ontario, Canada; Newark-on-Trent, England; Newark, South Africa; and Newark, Australia.
Drivers face delays on the M62 in West Yorkshire between junctions 32 and 33 because of speed restrictions, and on the A1 at Newark-on-Trent.
Croda's adhesives operations consist of three business units, including a North American operation based in Chicago, IL; a European operation based in Newark-on-Trent, U.K.; and a Brazilian operation based near Sao Paolo.
9, 1829, Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, Eng.--d.
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