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Midlander

(ˈmɪdləndə)
n
(Placename) a native or inhabitant of the Midlands of England
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ANIMAL-LOVER Molly Badham has been named Conservation Midlander of the Year.
GLENN CATLEY tackles Midlander Andy Flute for the vacant IBF Inter- Continental super-middleweight title at Bristol's Whitchurch Sports Centre tomorrow.
The BMW driver dominated the opening two races of the day while Midlander Neal could only finish seventh and fourth in sweltering conditions.
The typical West Midlander will only bother with four friends' birthdays - the fewest in the country - but will spend more on each, an average pounds 33 on a gift and pounds 51 on celebrations.
But he grabbed 11 birdies to finish on 269, 19 under par, beating Pinero and Midlander David Lynn by one shot.
One of the most successful of his last projects was the Midlands Today search for the Greatest Midlander.
THE search is on for outstanding heroes and heroines as part of this year's Midlander of the Year competition.
McCracken dominated from the start against fellow Midlander Paul Busby, who was retired by trainer Freddie King at the end of the seventh with his right eye closed.
NOMINATIONS are being sought for the 2001 Midlander of the Year to honour the region's heroes and heroines.
OLYMPIC gold medallist Denise Lewis will get yet another gong tomorrow - at the relaunch of the Midlander of the Year awards.
Well Mr Brown, if you really want to hear the concerns of this West Midlander, then he's concerned that he is being patronised.
The Ely light-heavyweight, 20, floored Midlander Simon Wood twice to prompt the referee to call a halt inside the opening round.
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