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Birmingham City
   football club is known as   
Blues
Birmingham City
   play at   
St Andrew's
Edgbaston
   test cricket ground is in   
Birmingham
The County Cricket Ground in the West Midlands, England was first used for Test cricket on 29th May 1902
M5
      
Links Exeter and the South-west of England With Birmingham and the Midlands.
M40
      
Links London With Birmingham at the M42 Birmingham Orbital Motorway
M42
      
Is the Southern and Eastern Part of the Birmingham Orbital Motorway Extending North Towards Ashby-de-la-Zouch and West to the M5.
Birmingham
   is home to   
Black Sabbath
Birmingham
   is home to   
Dexys Midnight Runners
Kevin Rowland lead singer
Birmingham
   is home to   
Duran Duran
Birmingham
   is home to   
Editors
Birmingham
   is home to   
Electric Light Orchestra
Birmingham
   is home to   
Fine Young Cannibals
Birmingham
   is home to   
Judas Priest
Formed by K.K. Downing and Ian Hill
Birmingham
   is home to   
The Moody Blues
Birmingham
   is home to   
Musical Youth
Birmingham
   is home to   
Napalm Death
Birmingham
   is home to   
The Streets
Birmingham
   is home to   
UB40
Ozzy Osbourne
   comes from   
Birmingham
Sir Simon Rattle
   was awarded the Freedom of the City of   
Birmingham
Lisa Clayton
   was awarded the Freedom of the City of   
Birmingham
John Birmingham
   wrote   
Weapons Of Choice
B Town
   Means   
Birmingham
Birmingham
   is situated in   
Alabama
Birmingham
   is situated in   
England
Archdiocese
Ferodo Corner
   is found at   
Birmingham
Halford's Corner
   is found at   
Birmingham
BT Chicane
   is found at   
Birmingham
Bristol Street Motors Corner
   is found at   
Birmingham
1963
   winner was   
Birmingham City
Birmingham City 3 Aston Villa 1 (on aggregate over two legs)
Stephen Birmingham
   wrote   
The Rothman Scandal
Birmingham Back to Backs
   is located in the county of   
West Midlands
Last surviving court of back-to-back houses in Birmingham
Birmingham of America
   is a nickname for   
Pittsburgh, PA
Blue Orange Theatre
   is in   
Birmingham
Theatre in the round
1991
   was the year   
The Birmingham Six Were Released
Wrongly convicted in 1974 bombing; passed 16 years in prison
Out Of The Blue
   features   
Birmingham Blues
1977
2011
   winner was   
Birmingham City
Beat Arsenal 2-1
Ozzy Osbourne
   was born in   
Birmingham, England
December 3, 1948
UAB Blazer Fight Song
   is the fight song of   
University of Alabama-Birmingham
Carry Me Home: Birmingham, Alabama, the Climactic Battle of the Civil Rights Revolution
   was written by   
Diane McWhorter
2002






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