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a town in Massachusetts founded by Pilgrims in 1620

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PREDICTION: United 3 Plymouth 0 LEN JONES PLYMOUTH have not had the best of starts to the season and United have just experienced their first defeat.
Ebanks-Blake was given unconditional bail and will next appear at 10am on April 11 when the case is expected to be committed to Plymouth Crown Court.
In 1909, Fate moved in a different direction, organizing the Plymouth Truck Co.
Lawrence was furious when Plymouth grabbed an equaliser in the fifth minute of injury-time, after only four minutes were supposed to be added according to the fourth official.
Getty originally leased 225,000 SF at One Hudson Square through Plymouth Partners in one of the largest deals of the year 2000.
Now the tide has turned and travellers come from near and far by land, sea and air to rediscover the original Plymouth.
Since last August, Plymouth Rock has provided an electronic link for its field appraisers, so they no longer have to mail or fax in completed appraisals and photos.
DaimlerChrysler AG is eliminating the Plymouth brand, and plans to phase out the Breeze mid-size sedan, Neon small car, Voyager minivan and Prowler roadster starting in the second half of next year, according to a company executive who spoke on the condition of anonymity.
Cellunators[TM] enable Plymouth to mill corn and other plant materials into smaller, more uniform sizes which are more easily converted into sugars needed to produce biofuels.
The bridge replacement project will be seen on 230th Street about 1 1/2 miles west of the Plymouth and Cherokee County line.
In 1974, she and her husband left the Worcester area and resided in Plymouth.
Peterboro v Plymouth UNDER-FIRE Plymouth manager Paul Sturrock has suffered another blow after Icelandic defender Kari Arnason was ruled out for six weeks with a torn hamstring.
When Jermaine Easter dived to head in on 49 minutes, it proved to be only a consolation goal as Plymouth had gone in at half-time 2-0 down to strikes from Clint Hill and James Scowcroft.
As early as the third minute Plymouth signalled they fancied their chances of winning the forward battle when they turned down a kickable penalty to go for the corner.
Argentine forces in South Georgia signed their surrender in the wardroom of HMS Plymouth, which until last year was part of Wirral's collection of historic warships.