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GLOUCESTER, STATUTE OF. An English statute, passed 6 Edw. I., A. D., 1278; so called, because it was passed at Gloucester. There were other statutes made at Gloucester, which do not bear this name. See stat. 2 Rich. II.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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The Glevum Consort is a smal vocal consort whose members have sung with leading early-music ensembles includin Ex Cathedra and The Sixteen.
Rosemary Rowe, perhaps better known as Rosemary Aitken, chooses second century Glevum, or Gloucester for her latest Romano-Britsh murder storyThe Legatus Mystery (Headline, pounds 18.99).
Libertus is a freedman, a pavement maker in Glevum (Gloucester) in 186 AD.
He also partners Galway in the 8.05 and Glevum an hour later.
In September the following year, double-glazing firm Glevum Windows rang looking for someone with a "glamour model body and a supermodel face".
And a spokesman for window firm Glevum, of Gloucester, said the poster had boosted sales by 25 per cent.
Ghani has taken the lead (48 percent) over Abdullah (45 percent) for the second round of voting, according to a face-to-face survey of 2,223 Afghans interviewed from June 4th to June 10th, by the US-based Glevum Associates, according to which the margin of error is 2.08 percent at a 95 percent level of confidence.
Which English city was known as Glevum in Roman times?
IT is AD187 in Roman Britain and the town of Glevum (modern Gloucester) is expecting the visit of an imperial ambassador when a body is found in the temple - then disappears.