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  • proper n. A town in East Sussex, England


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  • Born in Newhaven, the youngest of 11 children, he moved to Brighton in 1841, where he ran the West Street Brewery.

    High-tech cooking

  • Barsby, of Stofbergsfontein, to purchase the land, with a building, known as Newhaven, Bossieskraal, as contained in a proposal for the development of the farm Stofbergsfontein.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • The wind tugged at my hair as I stood at the far end of the harbour wall at Newhaven, on the Sussex coast, gazing out at the open sea.

    Death of a daughter

  • The tram is now expected to stop in the city centre, rather than run from Edinburgh airport to the old port of Newhaven, said Councillor Gordon Mackenzie, Edinburgh council's transport convener.

    Edinburgh tram line crisis sparks crunch talks to save £545m project

  • There is no clear date for starting tram services, and no clear plan for raising the extra £100m many believe is needed to finish the route to Newhaven.

    Edinburgh tram line crisis sparks crunch talks to save £545m project

  • "I'm absolutely certain we would need more than £545m to get down to Newhaven," he said in an interview before the secret talks began.

    Edinburgh tram line crisis sparks crunch talks to save £545m project

  • How about we let the Firemen of Newhaven decide if Sotomayer is "qualified" .... since she decided the fate of THEIR promotions. nick

    McCain to vote against Sotomayor

  • Whiteman told the children's commissioner that the "gentleman's agreement" was not exclusive to Dover but was in force at all the Channel ports, including Southampton and Newhaven, and applied to Belgium as well as France.

    Child trafficking victims bounced back to France within hours of arrival in UK

  • A few days later, I picked him up in a taxi at the Priory to bring him home, nine weeks after he slipped into the freezing water at Newhaven.

    Henry’s Demons

  • But if he refused to take the olanzapine, he would be “sectioned”—that is, detained under Section 3 of the Mental Health Act as somebody who is a danger to himself, the evidence being his climbing of the viaduct in Brighton and swimming the estuary in Newhaven.

    Henry’s Demons


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