Winchester

[San Jose] The Winchester area of San Jose, California gains its name from early resident Sarah Lockwood Winchester, a Connecticut native and heiress to fifty percent ownership of the Winchester Repeating Arms Company, who built the famous Winchester Mystery House. Located between San Tomas Expressway and State Route 17/Interstate 880, and
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Winchester

[UK Parliament constituency] ==Boundaries== The constituency is centred around the Winchester district in Hampshire, sharing similar borders. The main city in the constituency is Winchester. Following their review of parliamentary representation in Hampshire, the Boundary Commission for England has created a new seat in the county. A new Me
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Winchester

[n] - a city in southern England 2. [n] - (trade mark) a shoulder rifle
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Winchester

old-fashioned term for a hard disc
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Winchester

noun a shoulder rifle
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Winchester

noun a city in southern England; administrative center of Hampshire
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Winchester

(from the article `Winchester`) town and city (district), in the central part of the administrative and historic county of Hampshire, England, best known for its cathedral. The town ...
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Winchester

town and city (district), in the central part of the administrative and historic county of Hampshire, England, best known for its cathedral. The town ...
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Winchester

city, seat (1738) of Frederick county (though administratively independent of it), northern Virginia, U.S. It lies at the northern end of the ...
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Winchester

HMS Winchester was a British Escort Type destroyer of 900 tons displacement launched in 1918. After being rearmed for escort duties in 1938-1939 she was armed with four 4-inch guns and two multiple-machine-guns. She was powered by two White-Forster oil boilers providing a top speed of 28 knots.
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Winchester

[disambiguation] Winchester is a historic city in southern England. Winchester may also refer to: ==Features associated with Winchester, England== ==Places== In Canada: In New Zealand: In the United States: In Space ==Persons== ==Fictional characters== ==Chemistry== ==Computers and software== ==Film== ==Historical documents== ==Ships== ==Ho
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Winchester

Winchester (archaically known as Winton and Wintonceastre) is a historic cathedral city and former capital city of England. It is the county town of Hampshire, in South East England. The city lies at the heart of the wider City of Winchester, a local government district, and is located at the western end of the South Downs, along the course of the
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Winchester

Winchester (win'chistur) , town (1991 pop. 34,127) and district, county seat of Hampshire, S central England. Winchester was called Caer Gwent by the Britons, Venta Belgarum by the Romans, and Wintanceastre by the Saxons. The town was the capital of the Anglo-Saxon kingdom of Wessex. Even after ...
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Winchester

Winchester (win'che"stur, win'chistur) . 1. Town (1990 pop. 11,524), Litchfield co., NW Conn., in the Litchfield Hills; settled 1732, inc. 1771. It includes Winsted (1990 pop. 8,254), an industrial center where ball bearings, paper and metal products, building materials, electrical equip...
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Winchester

The Winchester Model 1866 carbine was an American lever action, repeating rifle based upon the earlier Henry rifle with improvements by Nelson King. The Winchester took a .44 inch calibre round from a 13-round tubular magazine and had an effective range of 275 metres.
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Winchester

(UK) Cathedral city and administrative headquarters of Hampshire, England, on the River Itchen, 19 km/12 mi northeast of Southampton; population (2001) 41,400. Tourism is important, and there is also light industry. Originally a Roman town, Winchester was capital of the Anglo-Saxon...
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Winchester

Term used to report expenditure of all ordnance of a particular type.
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Winchester

[HM Prison] HM Prison Winchester is a Category B men`s prison, located in Winchester, Hampshire, England. The prison is operated by Her Majesty`s Prison Service. ==History== Winchester Prison was built to a Victorian radial design, with five `spokes` radiating from a central hub. Four of these are used for prisoner accommodation and one for
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Winchester

[Chesil] Winchester (Chesil) railway station was, for the first six years after the opening of the line, the terminus of the Didcot, Newbury and Southampton Railway (DNSR), until the line was extended to link up with the Southern Railway line to Southampton. The station buildings were larger than those of any other DNSR station but were bui
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Winchester

[community] Winchester is an unincorporated community located on the west shore of South Turtle Lake in the town of Winchester, Vilas County, Wisconsin, United States. Winchester is {convert|21|mi|km} southeast of Hurley. It is locally referred to as the "Winchester Townsite" and is the location of the Winchester Town Library. ...
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Winchester

Angus Winchester,
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