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Crawley police station was cordoned off for a short period of time on Tuesday morning (September 3) due to an unattended bag being found outside.
A pair of flip flops could be seen inside the cordon on Jubilee Street South as two officers stood guard yesterday morning.
La sangre de cordon umbilical es la sangre que se recolecta del cordon umbilical y la placenta despues del nacimiento de un bebe sano, dijo Fabio Triolo.
On the other hand, Indian troops launched a cordon and search operation (CASO) in Diver area of Tral in south Kashmir's Pulwama district, today.
The troops started a violent cordon and search operation in Gund Brath in Sopore.
The cordon stretched across the front of the Co-operative Travel store, with police tape tied to the front of a neighbouring Barnardos charity shop.
The troops martyred the youth, Shabbir Ahmad Malik, during a violent cordon and search operation at Branpathri Kahlil in Tral area of the district.
The troops martyred the youth during a cordon and search operation at Bujtalan in Boniyar area of Uri.
The 1991 book 'Le Cordon Bleu at Home,' which I bought because it was interesting, came to mind when I received an invitation to attend the launch of Le Cordon Bleu school recently.
A cordon was put in place across Northumberland Street by Marks and Spencer, and on surrounding Northumberland Road and Ridley Place.
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