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Since that time the telegraph office has shifted in location from the railroad station at the Depot and shops at the Center back to the town clerk's office and drugstore at the Village.
Undoubtedly none of the residents realize the influence their town has had on American military history, or the deeds of valor that have been done in its name.
Mr. Martinelli has, in recent weeks, been of the opinion that a special town meeting would be called for the vote, while Mr. Bourcier said that a special election might be called instead.
And I've been told that just about every town, no matter what its size, has its Lucille Warren.
The town has had a coat of arms since 1338, that of the Counts of Abensberg.
It probably was a Thracian town, as Strabo has it, but was afterwards colonized by Milesians, with the consent of Gyges, king of Lydia, around 700 BC.
The town of Nibutani ( Ainu: Niputay ) in Hidaka area ( Hokkaido prefecture ) has a number of Ainu households and a visit to some of the Ainu owned craft shops close to the Ainu museums ( there are two of them in Nibutani ) is an opportunity to interact with the Ainu people.
Development in Canberra has been closely regulated by government, both through the town planning process, but also through the use of crown lease terms that have tightly limited the use of parcels of land.
The town has not changed since he went off to war ; however, he finds that he does " not belong here anymore, it is a foreign world.
It is developing as an annual autumn event in his native town of Legnago where a theater has been renamed in his honor.
The presence of several major manufacturers since the 19th century has given Albion the reputation of a factory town.
This has changed with the closure of several manufacturers, and Albion's culture is changing to that of a college town with a strong interest in technology and sustainability issues.
Since 1 April 1956, Aalen has the status of Große Kreisstadt (“ major district town ”).
The town was ruled from the " Rore " tower, which has been incorporated into the modern city hall.
The Madaba Map depiction of 6th-century Jerusalem has the Cardo Maximus, the town ’ s main street, beginning at the northern gate, today's Gates in Jerusalem's Old City Walls | Damascus Gate, and traversing the city in a straight line from north to south to Nea Church.
Afyon is the centre of an agricultural area and the city has a country town feel to it.
* the White Elephant-Afyon is twinned with the town of Hamm in Germany, and now has a large statue of Hamm's symbolic white elephant.
In recent decades the number of Welsh speakers in the town has increased dramatically.
The story is set in an imaginary American town that has gone bankrupt.
The scheming Comptroller Schub, tells her that he has a plan to save her administration, and the town, promising “ It's highly unethical .” He tells her to meet him at the rock on the edge of town.
Schub has put the miracle on hiatus, but announces that they can easily turn the town against Hapgood by blaming him for it.
Again, Schub has the answer-since the Cookie Jar is still successful, they can turn the entire town into one big Cookie Jar!
As of late 2005, the area once devoted to a live-action facsimile of Dogpatch ( including a lifesize statue in the town square of Dogpatch " founder ," General Jubilation T. Cornpone ) has been heavily stripped by vandals and souvenir hunters, and is today slowly being reclaimed by the surrounding Arkansas wilderness.

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The town was about what Wilson expected: one main street with its rows of false-fronted buildings, a water tower, a few warehouses, a single hotel ; ;
I'm not the only man in town with a gun, or the only one without a permit ''.
In town no one paid much attention to an occasional shot ; ;
In town after town my companion pointed out the Negro school and the White school, and in every instance the former made a better appearance ( it was newer, for one thing ).
There was only one hitch: the small town of Kehl, on the other side of the Rhine, was still under French jurisdiction.
Very soon after his arrival in Little Rock, Pike had joined one of the most influential organizations in town, the Little Rock Debating Society, and it was with this group that he made his debut as an orator, being invited to deliver the annual Fourth of July address the club sponsored every year.
They were aware that soldiers went to town, in more ways than one, because of the monotony of camp life, to find the only release available in the absence of movies, reading rooms, and playing fields with adequate athletic equipment.
To summarize, it may be said that there is no one prevailing practice in Rhode Island with respect to the taxation of movable property, that assessors would like to see an improvement, and of those who have an opinion, that assessment by the town of location is preferred on the basis of their present knowledge.
One town and one city, Coventry and East Providence, require an adjustment of their fiscal year only.
On the one hand, there are ecumenists who are so stirred by the crises of the church in its encounter with the world at large that they have no eyes for what the church is doing in their own town.
I wonder if one of you gentlemen could drive me back to town??
He had assumed that all these buildings had been divided into apartments, but this one, from a glance at the hall furnishings, was obviously still a functioning town house, and its owners were in residence ; ;
G. David Thompson is one of those names known to the stewards of transatlantic jetliners and to doormen in Europe's best hotels, but he is somewhat of an enigma to most people in his own home town of Pittsburgh.
Zion was surprised when Roy's buggy stopped beside her on the pike one early summer day as she was walking home from the country school where she was teaching now that Eph Showers had had a call to preach in some mountain town.
It was said to have been named after the Greek town of Aegae, or after Aegea, a queen of the Amazons who died in the sea, or Aigaion, the " sea goat ", another name of Briareus, one of the archaic Hecatonchires, or, especially among the Athenians, Aegeus, the father of Theseus, who drowned himself in the sea when he thought his son had died.
They both approach fellow doctors and town authorities about their theory, but are eventually dismissed on the basis of one death.
Following up the Rhine one comes to a town, Mattiacum, which must be at the border of the Roman Germany ( vicinity of Wiesbaden ).
As a consequence, Johnson assumed an attitude of white supremacy typical of one in his position in his town, and he was unable to shed this perspective during his life.
), one of the two possible eponyms ( the other one being " Cynnus, brother of Coeus ") of Cynna, a small town not far from Heraclea.
Della Valle described Anah as the chief Arab town on the Euphrates, an importance which it owes to its position on one of the routes from the west to Baghdad ; Texeira said that the power of its amir extended to Palmyra ( early 17th century ); but Olivier found the ruling prince with only twenty-five men in his service, the town becoming more depopulated every day from lack of protection from the Arabs of the desert.
In the Islamic times, a pseudo-etymology was produced by the historian Ahmad ibn Yahya al-Baladhuri ( d. 892 ) quoting a folk story that the town was presumably founded by one " Abbad bin Hosayn " from the Arabian Tribe of Banu Tamim, who established a garrison there during the governorship of Hajjaj in the Ummayad period.
The polygonal walls of the acropolis may still be seen in a fair state of preservation on a circular hill standing about above the little plain of Exarcho ; one gateway remains, and there are also traces of town walls below.

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