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  • proper noun A town on the Thames in northern Berkshire, England.

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  • A Simple Life Falling The Ties That Bind Us At age 15, Mr. Selway — who was born in Abingdon, Oxfordshire, in England — started learning drums and guitar for what he called "the social cachet and love of music."

    Radiohead's Selway Explores a New Station in Life

  • Abingdon is among the CBA publishers moving away from novels that sometimes hit the reader over the head with Christianity.

    Writer Unboxed » Blog Archive » Interview with Richard Mabry, MD, part 2

  • Kitsons has only been open in Abingdon a few months, and I sincerely hope it stays with us for a very long time to come.

    Archive 2008-04-01

  • So it's great to see a small, family-owned Italian restaurant in Abingdon doing so well.

    Archive 2008-12-01

  • Ask is new here in Abingdon, opening its doors at the beginning of September.

    Review: ASK Italian, Abingdon 28 September 2008

  • The calamari was pretty generic, tasting like it was pre-purchased (and not a patch on that at Ha-Noi Cafe in Abingdon) and as for the Salude Miste - sadly, that was a triumph of style over substance, with the meats lacking flavour and the bread dry and dull.

    Archive 2008-04-01

  • The calamari was pretty generic, tasting like it was pre-purchased (and not a patch on that at Ha-Noi Cafe in Abingdon) and as for the Salude Miste - sadly, that was a triumph of style over substance, with the meats lacking flavour and the bread dry and dull.

    Review: Locale County Hall, 24 April 2008

  • Limoncello is situated on Ock Street in Abingdon, and despite it's proximity to the (frankly dire) Ask!, never seems to be lacking business.

    Review - Limoncello, Abingdon 5 December 2008

  • Ask is new here in Abingdon, opening its doors at the beginning of September.

    Archive 2008-09-01

  • This isn't the first time we've eaten at the excellent Kitsons Restaurant in Abingdon - but it is certainly the biggest table we've ever booked!

    Archive 2008-04-01

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