Abingdon

[1902 automobile] The Abingdon, built in 1902 and 1903, is an English automobile made by John Child Meredith of Birmingham, who normally manufactured ignition equipment and accessories. The range consisted of a {frac|3|1|2} hp single-cylinder-engined two-seater with two-speed gearbox and chain drive. There was also the Meredith model with a...
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Abingdon

[1922 automobile] The Abingdon was an English assembled car built in small numbers in 1922 and 1923 in a factory in Tyseley, Birmingham. It used an 11-9hp 1490 cc 4-cylinder Dorman engine and a 3-speed gearbox. Only 12 were made. Production was hampered by financial difficulties for the Wrigley company, who supplied key components such as t...
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Abingdon

HMS Abingdon was a British improved Hunt Class minesweeper of 710 tons displacement built under the Emergency War Programme during the Great War and launched sometime between 1917 and 1919, seeing action during the Second World War. HMS Abingdon was powered by Yarrow coal-fired boilers providing a top speed of 16 knots and a range of about 2400 km ...
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Abingdon

town (`parish`), Vale of White Horse district, administrative county of Oxfordshire, historic county of Berkshire, England. It lies south of Oxford ... [1 related articles]
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Abingdon

town, seat (1778) of Washington county, southwestern Virginia, U.S. It lies in the Blue Ridge highlands of the Appalachian Mountains, near the border ...
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