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an industrial town in W central England, in Sandwell unitary authority, West Midlands: formed in 1966 by the amalgamation of Smethwick, Oldbury, and Rowley Regis. Pop: 189 854 (2001)
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  • warley directed his steps towards another kloof, about two miles off, between two high and stony hills.

  • warley was the first to slip down the rope, and was safely followed by Nick.

  • That is much what I read,” said warley; “and Schmidt was obliged to leave the colony, was he not?

  • “Very well, then, we must make the journey along the banks,” said warley.

  • warley was too unwell to rejoin the party all that day and the next.

  • warley was deeply impressed by the character of the new friend he had found.

  • There is a military station and depot for recruits at warley, and a garrison at Tilbury.

  • No,” said warley; “I have read about them, but I have never seen one.

  • Meanwhile, warley and Gilbert were endeavouring to restore the old quartermaster from his swoon.

  • “Yes, we see it plain enough,” answered warley, with a shudder.

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