Brandon

[given name] The name originates from the English surname Brandon. This surname can be derived from any of the numerous placenames in England so-named which are composed of two elements derived from the Old English language. The first element means `broom`, `gorse`; and the second means `hill`. There are several variant spellings of the giv...
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Brandon

Brandon is an English name for boys. The meaning is `prince` The name Brandon is most commonly given to American boys. What do they use in other countries? Bren Brendan (English, Irish) Brenden (English) The name sounds like: Brando, Brendon See also: Brenton
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Brandon

Brandon, city (1991 pop. 38,567), SW Man., Canada, on the Assiniboine River. The business center of the wheat-raising area of SW Manitoba, Brandon has an extensive trade in farm products and machinery. It is the seat of the annual provincial exhibition and of the Manitoba Winter Fair. A dominion exp...
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Brandon

Brandon, uninc. town (1990 pop. 57,985), Hillsborough co., W Fla., a suburb just E of Tampa. Chiefly residential, it is also a retail and service center. Brandon has grown with the construction of highways connecting it to other Florida urban centers. Citrus fruits and vegetables are grown in the ar...
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Brandon

city, southwestern Manitoba, Canada, lying on the Assiniboine River, 131 miles (211 km) west of Winnipeg. It was founded after the arrival of the ... [1 related articles]
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Brandon

The Brandon is a Canadian Kingston Class maritime coastal defence vessel. The ship is equipped with a Bofors 40 millimetre rapid fire gun, model 60 Mk 5c and two .50 calibre (12.7 mm) machine-guns. The machine-guns are mounted one either side at the front of the bridge deck. In a depressed position each machine-gun fires in an arc of fire of 118 de...
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