Now the ridge-and-slough pattern has all but dissolved.
Fragments of comet slough off and may careen toward nearby planets.
Improvements in Newark and Sherwood in Nottinghamshire, Slough in Berkshire and Wakefield.
Slough lies on the western periphery of the Greater London metropolitan area, along the Great West Road and M4 motorway.
IT WAS the kind of thing you might expect in Dodge City, but not in Slough.
Zdziko is one of dozens of migrants to Slough whom the economic downturn has made homeless.
References to Betjeman and “The Office” may bore locals, but a dour reputation has hardly held Slough back.
Researchers also held focus group discussions in London, Slough, Watford, Bradford, Birmingham, Oldham, Cardiff and Glasgow.
To date Slough has rehoused four families previously living in sheds; one left Slough and three left Britain.
It is divided into six unitary authorities: Bracknell Forest, Reading, Slough, West Berkshire, Windsor and Maidenhead, and Wokingham.
Locals are “very welcoming to migrants,” says Ms Bagley, “but the main drive has always been that Slough is an easy place to get a job.”
Slough, Kirklees, Sunderland, Portsmouth and Birmingham councils all incinerated at least 70% of all plastic, paper and household rubbish.
Many now have their headquarters in Slough, including the British division of Fiat, a carmaker, which is based in a trading estate that houses some 500 businesses.
In 2014, a US federal court found Slatten guilty of murder, while Slough, Liberty and Heard were convicted of voluntary manslaughter, attempted manslaughter and other charges.
Popular “Little Britain” is an offbeat collection of grotesque comic sketches, and “The Office”, a bone-dry comedy about a paper-supply company in Slough, has been copied by broadcasters in America, France, Canada and Germany.
Both inner bark (secondary phloem) and wood (secondary xylem) are generated by the vascular cambium layer of cells: bark toward the outside where the oldest layers may slough off, and wood toward the inside where it accumulates as dead tissue.
It highlights successful examples of community-led engagement which other areas could replicate, including a mobile vaccination service in Crawley to help reach those who are housebound and the use of social media resources to dispel vaccine myths in Slough.
Tracey Ullman, byname of Trace Ullman, (born December 30, 1959, Slough, England), British-American actress, singer, and writer who was a uniquely gifted mimic and comic, perhaps best known for a series of self-titled sketch-comedy programs in the United States.
A spokesperson for the Royal Berkshire Fire & Rescue Service said: ”Crews from Slough and Maidenhead were sent to the scene, alongside the Heavy Rescue Unit from Dee Road and are being supported by crews from Buckinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service and London Fire Brigade.”
Brexit has raised some bleak clouds over the peace process and the politics of the region have fallen into a slough of dysfunction, but many credit the Fair Employment and Treatment Order of 1998 with helping Northern Ireland overcome a historic and toxic culture of anti-Catholic discrimination.
- a hollow filled with mud
- cast off hair, skin, horn, or feathers
- necrotic tissue; a mortified or gangrenous part or mass
- a stagnant swamp (especially as part of a bayou)
- any outer covering that can be shed or cast off (such as the cast-off skin of a snake)
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