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  • (1300?–1352?), lyric poet, was probably born and bred in the north-east midlands of England. The evidence of this, however, is solely the character of his
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  • comes another, to the effect that a new company is about to set up, in the Midlands, works covering thirty-four acres for the construction of a type of petrol-electric
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  • north-west, a higher summit than any in England—3560 ft. But the midlands, the west, and the south of England, in spite of an absence of great elevation
    233 bytes (58,619 words) - 02:19, 4 January 2015
  • Basel on the east side of the Rhine into Hanover, and northwards it spreads into Sweden and through England into Scotland and north-east Ireland; it appears
    265 bytes (809 words) - 02:42, 11 May 2015
  • (q.v..) This mineral, or alabaster proper, occurs in England in the Keuper marls of the Midlands, especially at Chellaston in Derbyshire, at Fauld in
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  • prepared to invade Yorkshire. The whole of the south and east as well as parts of the midlands and the west and the important towns of Bristol and Gloucester
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  • COTTESWOLD HILLS, or Cotswolds, a range of hills in the western midlands of England. The greater part lies in Gloucestershire, but the system covered
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  • proposed that there should be five centres of education for east, west, north, south, and the midlands; that each centre should be endowed with funds to support
    355 bytes (1,553 words) - 18:55, 22 June 2011
  • Suppl.] came to England as commissioners of emigration. Parkes addressed large public meetings in the north of England and the midlands, and made the personal
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  • (except Cornwall) already existed in the time of Alfred, but those of the midlands seem to have been created during the reign of Edward the Elder (901–925)
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  • extreme north; in the richer agricultural lands of the midlands and south rye is predominant in the east, oats in the west. The high agricultural development
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  • the English midlands and Man. The Red Poll breed, though old, has only come into prominence within recent years. They were known as the East Anglian Polls
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  • excavations in the south of the country, also found to some extent in the midlands and the north, but true dene-holes are found chiefly in those parts of
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  • zone, but in several instances, when common to the coast belt and the midlands, their character alters according to the elevation of the land. The dense
    536 bytes (20,920 words) - 17:49, 25 December 2012
  • which were not much added to until the fourteenth century, were in the midlands, where his own holding lay, or in Yorkshire. The chief of the two groups
    357 bytes (2,971 words) - 20:47, 6 April 2013
  • Yorkshire retainers to join his eldest son Warwick and the Duke of York in the midlands. At the battle of Blore Heath, near Market Drayton (23 Sept.), where Salisbury
    382 bytes (3,052 words) - 17:45, 11 February 2013
  • Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 13 — Humber HUMBER, an estuary on the east coast of England formed by the rivers Trent and Ouse, the northern shore belonging
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  • consists of two parts: (1) the comparatively flat lowlands of the south, east and midlands, suitable to agriculture and open to easy intercourse with the continent
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  • old dweller at Slindon:— THE SOUTH COUNTRY. When I am living in the Midlands,   That are sodden and unkind, I light my lamp in the evening:   My
    321 bytes (1,817 words) - 11:19, 8 December 2012
  • 301) between Earl Randulf and the Earl of Leicester, his rival in the midlands, which throws light on the extent of his rule. The earl is always spoken
    431 bytes (1,991 words) - 07:25, 31 December 2012

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