City ward

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a watchman, or the collective watchmen, of a city.
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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In Lincoln's Inn, they gave up the hall and commons to the Northumberland Militia, under the command of Lord Algernon Percy; in some few of the city wards, the burgesses turned out, and without making a very fierce show, looked brave enough.
With the county having 35 wards, Sh45 million will be spent on rural-based ward development projects, while Sh40 million is for city ward projects.
LEICESTER MAN CITY Ward Muric Simpson Walker Soyuncu Kompany Maguire Stones Fuchs Zinchenko Iborra Foden Ndidi Delph Ghezzal Sterling Maddison De Bruyne Gray B Silva Iheanacho Aguero PROBABLE TEAMS
OKLAHOMA CITY Ward 7 Oklahoma City Councilwoman Nikki Nice will be the host of a community forum for residents to learn about development programs in Oklahoma City.
Residents in Sutton Vesey ward were given a first look at the proposals last week at meetings organised by city ward councillors, Rob Pocock and Kath Scott.
By ERIC WAINAINA brTwo more suspects have been arrested in connection with the murder of the 24-year-old wife of a former city ward representative.
The bank said that it has relocated its main branch from Durbarmarg to Kathmandu Metropolitan City Ward No 29.
Eugene Water & Electric Board Commissioner Rich Cunningham will resign in March because he's moving out of the city ward he represents.
Cllr Richard Lowe, local member for the City ward, said: "From the 13th century to 1756, all entertainers, including musicians, jugglers and actors required a legal licence to be able to perform.
Shortly after the birth of his first son in March 1991, he was visited by the director of birth planning for the city ward in which he lived.
A City ward representative wants private hospitals barred from charging parking fees to patients.