from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A borough of northwest England north-northeast of Liverpool. The Jacobites surrendered here after an uprising in 1715. Population: 184,000.
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- proper n. An industrial city in Lancashire, England.
- proper n. Several other towns and villages.
- proper n. An English surname derived from any of the placenames.
- proper n. A male given name, transferred from the surname.
Omgg where to start…well i love chantelle for the real her…and i have to tell you about this dream i had of her and preston…well what happened was…me and Chantelle went to the trafford centre and stocked up on orange lippy ;P If i remember correctly Preston was with us and he kept changing into a dog !
At the end of June, 1864, I left my native town, and went to Preston to undertake editorial duties in connection with the _Preston
PRESTON - A year after the idea emerged, the National Trout Learning Center in Preston is making progress.
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Installing the equipment in Preston is likely to cost around £1million.
Diana Preston is an Oxford-trained historian and author of Before the Fallout: From Marie Curie to Hiroshima, which won the 2006 Los
As Preston bends down to look into a microscope, the front part of his suit bursts open and Preston is rushed from the lab and checked for Ebola infection.
The same applies to the customer service team in Preston, who are the ones who called me up.
But Preston is just the third date of Tinie Tempah's first-ever headline tour of the UK, testament to the fact that his success has come very swiftly.
We lived in Preston first, and for a long time I missed Rome terribly – we were living on this estate and it looked like there had been a nuclear accident.