Cheltenham

(from the article `Cheltenham`) town and borough (district), administrative and historic county of Gloucestershire, England. It is situated where the River Chelt, a tributary of the ...
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Cheltenham

town and borough (district), administrative and historic county of Gloucestershire, England. It is situated where the River Chelt, a tributary of the ... [1 related articles]
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Cheltenham

[Lansdown Road] This category contains every marque that was at one time part of General Motors. ...
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Cheltenham

[Metra station] West of this station is another Metra Electric station along 79th Street known as 79th Street (Chatham) along the Main Branch. Street-side parking is available only on Cheltenham Place, which also intersects with 79th Street and Northbound Exchange Avenue. The station was recently renovated in 2008 as part of Metra`s redevel...
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Cheltenham

[Lansdown] Video games that were developed in Denmark. ...
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Cheltenham

Cheltenham (chelt'num) , city (1991 pop. 87,188) and district, Gloucestershire, W central England. It has been a health and holiday resort since the discovery of mineral springs there in 1716. The city's products include bricks, beer, rubber goods, and anesthetics. Regency houses, Georgian squar...
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Cheltenham

Spa town at the foot of the Cotswold Hills, Gloucestershire, England, 12 km/7 mi northeast of Gloucester; population (2001) 98,900. The town has light industries including aerospace electronics and food-processing (Kraft). Tourism and the conference business are also important. Annual events include the Cheltenham Festival of Literature...
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Cheltenham

[typeface] Cheltenham is not based on a single historical model, and shows influences of the Arts and Crafts Movement. Originally intended as a text face, `Chelt` became hugely successful as the `king of the display faces.` Part of the face`s huge popularity is because, as it has elements of both an old style and transitional face, a Chelte...
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Cheltenham

[SEPTA station] Until 2005, the freight and commuter rail lines shared track from Newtown Junction to a point just south of Cheltenham station, where SEPTA trains utilized a crossover to travel to/from the freight track. These tracks are now segregated, with a siding having been installed between Cheltenham and Lawndale stations for SEPTA u...
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Cheltenham

[UK Parliament constituency] Cheltenham m or m is a constituency{#tag:ref|A borough constituency (for the purposes of election expenses and type of returning officer)|group= n} represented in the House of Commons of the UK Parliament since 2005 by Martin Horwood, a Liberal Democrat.{#tag:ref|As with all constituencies, the constituency elec...
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Cheltenham

[disambiguation] Cheltenham is a town in Gloucestershire, England. It may also refer to: ==Places== == Other uses == ...
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Cheltenham

Cheltenham əm, also known as Cheltenham Spa, is a large spa town and borough in Gloucestershire, England, located on the edge of the Cotswolds. It is the home of the flagship race of British steeplechase horse racing, the Gold Cup, the main event of the Cheltenham Festival held every March. The town hosts several festivals of culture often featur...
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