Vickers

-RICH, PATRICIA Dr. Patricia Vickers-Rich is an Australian geoloogist, paleontologist and author. Vickers-Rich has unearthed many important finds in Victoria, Australia , Alaska, USA, and Patagonia, South America. She co-named (with her husband T. H. Rich
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Vickers

British engineering company, prominent in the manufacture of munitions. In addition to naval and land artillery, the company gave its name to the `Vickers gun`, a modified form of the Maxim...
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Vickers

The nickname for the Metropolitan Railway electric rolling stock built between 1927 and 1931 which, when formed into multiple unit trains with various batches of converted steam hauled coaches, became known as the T Stock in London Transport days. Metropolitan Vickers was the name of the company which suppleid the elctrical equipment for most of
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Vickers

[disambiguation] Vickers is a British engineering conglomerate founded in 1828. Vickers may also refer to: ==People== ==Companies== ==Places== ==Other== ...
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Vickers

Vickers was a famous name in British engineering that existed through many companies from 1828 until 1999. ==History== ===Early history=== Vickers was formed in Sheffield as a steel foundry by the miller Edward Vickers and his father-in-law George Naylor in 1828. Naylor was a partner in the foundry Naylor & Sanderson and Vickers` brother William .
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Vickers

[surname] Vickers is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: ...
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