They did join the boycott of Birmingham stores at Christmas.
Diane D. of Birmingham, England, who writes the blog Fat Girls Like Nice Clothes Too, concurs.
In London, in the music business, cocaine use was as normal as drinking a pint of bitter in the pubs of Birmingham.
This glamorous: The party took place in a suite of conference rooms in a 1970s-vintage slab concrete hotel in Birmingham.
The Saab makes its way slowly through Bloomfield Hills, the tony Detroit suburb next to Birmingham.
I have had inflammation in my eyes ever since I returned from Birmingham.
I have suffered much since your brother carried me to Birmingham.
While replenishing the common stock of Irish stories, Mr Birmingham adjusts our conception of the race.
When I had last seen my people, they were living near Birmingham.
Stage coaches had not reached Birmingham, and it took three days to get to London.
industrial city in central England, 1086, Bermingehame, literally "homestead of the place (or people) named for Beorma, some forgotten Anglo-Saxon person, whose name probably is a shortening of Beornmund. The Birmingham in Alabama, U.S., was founded 1871 as an industrial center and named for the English city.
City in north-central Alabama; largest city in the state.
Note: Birmingham was the site of extreme racial violence during the civil rights movement. Although associated with specific race riots in 1963, Birmingham came to represent, as a whole, southern white resistance to integration. (See “Letter from Birmingham Jail.”)
Note: Birmingham is known as the “Pittsburgh of the South” for its steel and iron production.