canterbury

A music canterbury, originally designed in the late 18thC, is a wooden stand divided by rails into sections for storing sheet music. Some examples have a drawer or drawers fitted underneath the top rails. A supper canterbury is a low wooden trolley used in the 18thC for cutlery and plates - similar to a deep partitioned tray on legs

Canterbury

Canterbury - is an historic English cathedral city and UNESCO World Heritage Site, which lies at the heart of the City of Canterbury, a local government district of Kent in South East England. It lies on the River Stour. Originally a Brythonic settlement called *Durou̯ernon (composed of the ancient British roots *duro- `stronghold`, *u̯erno- ......
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Canterbury

(from the article `Canterbury`) ...city in the administrative and historic county of Kent, southeastern England. Its cathedral has been the primary ecclesiastical centre of England ...
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Canterbury

[n] - a town in Kent in southeastern England
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Canterbury

• (n.) A city in England, giving its name various articles. It is the seat of the Archbishop of Canterbury (primate of all England), and contains the shrine of Thomas a Becket, to which pilgrimages were formerly made. • (n.) A stand with divisions in it for holding music, loose papers, etc.
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Canterbury

noun a town in Kent in southeastern England; site of the cathedral where Thomas a Becket was martyred in 1170; seat of the archbishop and primate of the Anglican Church
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Canterbury

[company] The large moth family Crambidae contains the following genera: ...
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Canterbury

[English Parliament constituency] ...
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Canterbury

[ship] The Canterbury, or Canterbury Merchant, is the ship that transported William Penn and James Logan from England to Philadelphia in 1699. The Canterbury set sail from the Isle of Wight on September 3, 1699, reaching Philadelphia on December 3, 1699. The captain of the Canterbury is recorded as either `Henry Tregeny` or `Hen. Weagene`. ...
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Canterbury

Can'ter·bur·y noun 1. A city in England, giving its name various articles. It is the seat of the Archbishop of Canterbury (primate of all England), and contains the shrine of Thomas à Becket, to which pilgrimages were formerly made. 2. A stand with divisions in it for holding music,...
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canterbury

A music canterbury, originally designed in the late 18thC, is a wooden stand divided by rails into sections for storing sheet music. Some examples have a drawer or drawers fitted underneath the top rails.
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Canterbury

Canterbury, city (1991 pop. 34,046) and district, Kent, SE England, on the Stour River. Tourism, services, and retail are the city's main industries. There is also some light manufacturing. Canterbury is famous as the long-time spiritual center of England. In 597, St. Augustine went to England from ...
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Canterbury

Historic cathedral city in Kent, southeast England, on the River Stour, 100 km/62 mi southeast of London; population (2001) 135,300. The city is the centre of the Anglican community and seat of the...
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Canterbury

Historic cathedral city in Kent, southeast England, on the River Stour, 100 km/62 mi southeast of London; population (2001) 135,300. The city is the centre of the Anglican community and seat of the archbishop of Canterbury. It is a popular tourist destination. Paper, paper products, and electrical goods are manufactured here. The public sec...
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Canterbury

historic town and surrounding city in the administrative and historic county of Kent, southeastern England. Its cathedral has been the primary ... [4 related articles]
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Canterbury

regional council, east-central South Island, New Zealand, centred on the Canterbury Plains. The region borders the Pacific Ocean to the east, extends ...
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canterbury

stand with divisions for holding books or music
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Canterbury

The Canterbury is a British-built New Zealand Broad-Beamed Leander Class frigate of 2580 tons displacement launched in 1970. The Canterbury is powered by two sets of White-English Electric geared turbines providing a top speed of 28 knots and a range of 5700 miles at 12 knots. She carries a crew of 260 and is armed with a Short Bros Seacat GWS 22 q...
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