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Next Monday, the National Labor Relations Board will mail ballots to 5,805 workers at the facility near Birmingham, who will then have seven weeks to decide whether they want the Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union to represent them.Amazon’s anti-union blitz stalks Alabama warehouse workers everywhere, even the bathroom|Jay Greene|February 2, 2021|Washington Post
Garcia lives in Birmingham and works on hunger advocacy for Alabama Arise, a nonprofit dedicated to the interests of the state’s low-income residents.The Pandemic Reveals Racial Gaps in School Meal Access|Lisa Held|January 27, 2021|Eater
At a second hearing on the streetlights in October 2017, Birmingham cited public safety as a possible use case for the technology.The Port of San Diego Had Its Own Smart Streetlight Program|Jesse Marx|December 21, 2020|Voice of San Diego
In the first draft, the Watsons were going to Florida, not Birmingham.How a simple story about a road trip became a kids’ classic|Haben Kelati|November 30, 2020|Washington Post
These are mostly large hospitals, such as the University of Alabama at Birmingham’s flagship facility.Mass vaccinations against covid-19 will be ‘mind-blowing’ challenge for Alabama, other poor, rural states|Isaac Stanley-Becker|November 29, 2020|Washington Post
The 20 locals whom More claimed to have had sex with in Birmingham, however, seemed to enjoy their van time.
“It obviously sends out the message that this kind of thing goes on in Birmingham,” Mahmood told the Birmingham Mail.
Pete stuck his thumb out at the age of 17 and hitch hiked out of Birmingham, England.
Since then, of course, he has sold everything that comes off the desk in the study in Birmingham to Hollywood.
The Saab makes its way slowly through Bloomfield Hills, the tony Detroit suburb next to Birmingham.
In 1848 there were only seven priests in Birmingham, and but seventy in the whole diocese.
Slate slabs were originally tried for sleepers on the Birmingham and London line.
Mr. King and Mr. Lewis walking together in Birmingham, a chimney sweeper and his boy passed them.
The price of salt at one period of the long Peninsular war rose to £30 per ton, being retailed in Birmingham at 4l.
More than nine-tenths of these were made in Birmingham, and, of course, our tradesmen were not backward with their own specimens.
British Dictionary definitions for Birmingham
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City in north-central Alabama; largest city in the state.