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    Liverpool

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    The imposing iron gates standing between the West Derby streets and the Melwood training complex might have shifted some 500 yards or so off Melwood Avenue ??? and onto ?????? since the last time Liverpool contemplated a trip to a European Cup Final but outside the scenes are exactly the same. Five or six kids who don't look old enough to remember a time before foreign managers at Anfield stand on tiptoes on the wall of the house opposite the entrance to the most famous training ground in English

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    Liverpool has been referred to as the core city of Merseyside conurbation in the north west of England. In this essay I will consider the effect of local and global interactions that have produced this image of the city and how the city has come to be the place that we see today. I will explore the declines and booms of the city's economy and citizen’s welfare and feelings. Liverpool is unlike other UK cities, not only does it have a local and national image, it also has global recognition. It is

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    Liverpool in the Second World War In thus essay I will explain the way people organised, modified and managed in the war years of 1939 to 1945. The battle affected all of Merseyside. It was a time of friendship and community spirit but also of sadness and devastation. The Port of Liverpool played an important role in the Second World War, staying open to provide a very important supply route for the UK's continual survival. It was a clear aim for German bombers. As a result more than

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    differences and inequalities in the social, economic and cultural spheres. This essay will focus on the differences and inequalities that exist between Renshaw St, Liverpool, and City Rd, Wales, by examining road traffic, homelessness and street-level economic activity Renshaw street is perpendicular to the side of Liverpool City Centre, and Liverpool Lime street is one street away as is the Adelphi Hotel. The road has a collection of pubs, bars, taxi ranks, clothes shops, music shops, restaurants and also

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    The Beatles

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    The Beatles: Ringo Starr (Richard Starkey) was born in Liverpool on 7 July 1940. Drums and vocals. John Lennon was born in Liverpool on 9 October 1940. He was shot dead in New York on 8 December 1980. Rhythm guitar, keyboards, harmonica, vocals. Paul McCartney was born in Liverpool on 18 June 1942. Bass guitar, keyboards, lead guitar, drums, vocals. George Harrison was born in Liverpool on 25 February 1943. Lead guitar, sitar, keyboards, vocals. The Beatles evolved from an amateur teenage skiffle

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    Making Goals

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    ============= I have created a table to show the number of goals scored by each team home and away in the 2000-2001season. Team ==== Goals scored at Home Goals scored Away Manchester United 49 30 Arsenal 45 18 Liverpool 40 31 Leeds United 36 28 Ipswich Town 31 26 Chelsea 44 24 Sunderland 24 22 Aston Villa 27 19 Charlton Athletic 31 19 Southampton 27 13 Newcastle United 26 18 Tottenham

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    traditional manufacturing areas. Liverpool first developed as a small port concerned with fishing and trade with Ireland. However, it’s location on the West coast, on the Irish Sea meant that the port grew throughout the 18th century due to the increase in trade with North America and the West Indies, and the decline of the port in the nearby city of Chester. The first wet dock in Great Britain was established here and throughout the 19th century Liverpool became the main port in Britain

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    Ropewalks conservation area is well-known for its architectural as well as historical significance extending from the waterside of the city, to the south of the centre of the lively city of Liverpool of which, parts of the area also falls within the world heritage site. English heritage have given Liverpool this conservation status to ensure all elements including building, street scape and historical elements which fall within the area are preserved. English Heritage (2008) defines conservation

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    The play that I am writing about is called ‘Our Day Out’ and it was written by Willy Russell. The main theme of the play is to tell the reader what life was like for people (mainly children) in Liverpool in the 1970s and what their education was like. During the 1970s 100 000 jobs were lost in Liverpool because the docks had been closed and all of the factories were closing down. The unemployment went up, the streets got dirty, there was no money in education and the only thing that the kids could

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    for the building of the mill Styal and the Bollin seemed to have all the aspects and suitability’s of Greg’s requirements. Inexpensive land, a river nearby and in close proximity to Manchester, it was almost the ideal site. Manchester and Liverpool were to be the central foundation of Samuel Greg’s point of distribution and importation. He could transport his finished products to Manchester where they would be distributed. Though the land inside Manchester was already occupied, land outside

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