Chester

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Chester

The USS Chester was an American Northampton Class heavy cruiser of 9200 tons displacement launched in 1929. The USS Chester was powered by eight White-Forster boilers providing a top speed of 32.7 knots and a range of 20800 km at 15 knots. She carried a complement of 691; four aircraft and was armed with nine 8 inch guns; four 5 inch anti-aircraft ...
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Chester

[n] - a city of southeastern Pennsylvania on the Delaware river (an industrial suburb of Philadelphia)
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Chester

noun a city of southeastern Pennsylvania on the Delaware river (an industrial suburb of Philadelphia)
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Chester

(from the article `Chester`) urban area and city (district), county of Cheshire, England, on a small sandstone ridge at the head of the estuary of the River Dee.
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Chester

county, southeastern Pennsylvania, U.S., consisting of a hilly piedmont region bounded to the southwest by Octoraro Creek, to the south by Maryland ...
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Chester

county, northern South Carolina, U.S. It is situated between the Broad and Catawba rivers in a hilly piedmont region of pine and hardwood forests. ...
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Chester

urban area and city (district), county of Cheshire, England, on a small sandstone ridge at the head of the estuary of the River Dee.[1 related articles]
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Chester

city, seat (1844) of Randolph county, southwestern Illinois, U.S. It lies on the Mississippi River (there bridged to Missouri) near the mouth of the ...
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Chester

city, Delaware county, southeastern Pennsylvania, U.S., on the Delaware River (across from Bridgeport, New Jersey), within the Philadelphia ...
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Chester

Chester is a English boy name. The meaning of the name is `Fortress, Camp` Where is it used? The name Chester is mainly used In English.If it`s too long people might use In English: Chet From Old English. Chester doesn`t appear In 2007`s top-1000 name list.The last time Chester appeared In the top-1000 was 13 years ago, In 1995. It ranked #931 ...
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Chester

Chester is a English boy name. The meaning of the name is `lives at the camp` Where is it used? The name Chester is mainly used In English.If it`s too long people might use In English: Chet Chester doesn`t appear In 2007`s top-1000 name list.The last time Chester appeared In the top-1000 was 13 years ago, In 1995. It ranked #931 In that year. ...
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Chester

[horse] ==Breeding== Chester, on the side of his sire, was a third generation colonial-bred Australian stallion. Chester`s sire was the influential stallion Yattendon, who was serving mares while still racing. His dam Lady Chester (GB) was by Stockwell from Austrey by Harkaway. Stockwell was out of the breed-shaping broodmare, Pocahontas. =...
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Chester

Chester, city (1991 pop. 80,154) and district, Cheshire, W central England, on a sandstone height above the Dee River. It is a railroad junction. Manufactures include electrical equipment, paint, and window panes. Tourism is also important. Chester has a long military history, and it was a significa...
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Chester

Chester, city (1990 pop. 41,856), Delaware co., SE Pa., on the Delaware River south of Philadelphia; settled c.1644 by Swedes, inc. as a city 1866. A port, it was also long a shipbuilding center. There are ship transfer facilities and factories making metal, food, and paper products; marine anchors;...
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Chester

(UK) City and administrative headquarters of Cheshire, England, on the River Dee 26 km/16 mi south of Liverpool, two miles from the border with Wales; population (2001) 80,100. There are engineering, aerospace (Airbus), metallurgical, and clothing industries, and car components are man...
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Chester

[placename element] The English place-name Chester, and the suffixes -chester, -caster and -cester, are commonly indications that the place is the site of a Roman castra, meaning a military camp or fort, but it can also apply to the site of a pre-historic fort. Names ending in `-cester` are nearly always reduced to `-ster` when spoken, the ...
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Chester

[TTC] Chester is a subway station on the Bloor–Danforth line in Toronto, Canada. The station is located on Chester Avenue just north of Danforth Avenue. It opened in 1966 as one of the original stations of this subway line. The Toronto Parking Authority operates a public parking lot across Chester Avenue opposite the subway entrance. ==Hi...
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Chester

[district] Chester was a non-metropolitan local government district of Cheshire, England, with the status of a city and a borough. Apart from Chester itself, which was the principal settlement, the district covered a large rural area. Other settlements included Malpas and Tarvin. ==Creation== The district was formed on 1 April 1974, under t...
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Chester

[village] Chester is a village in Orange County, New York, United States. The population was 3,969 at the 2010 census. It was named after the City of Chester in England. Chester is part of the Poughkeepsie–Newburgh–Middletown, NY Metropolitan Statistical Area as well as the larger New York–Newark–Bridgeport, NY-NJ-CT-PA Combined Sta...
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Chester

[song] Chester was a patriotic anthem composed by William Billings and sung during the American Revolutionary War. Billings wrote the first version of the song for his 1770 songbook The New England Psalm Singer, and made improvements for the version in his The Singing Master`s Assistant (1778). It is the latter version that is best known to...
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Chester

Chester (ər {respell|CHESS|tər}), is a city in Cheshire, England. Lying on the River Dee, close to the border with Wales, and is the largest and most populous settlement of the wider unitary authority area of Cheshire West and Chester, which had a population of 328,100 according to the 2001 Census. Chester was granted city status in 1541. Cheste...
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Chester

[CDP] For many years, the Steamtown rail collection ran train excursions on these tracks between Chester Depot and Bellows Falls before relocating to Pennsylvania. Today, Vermont Rail System operates freight trains along the line, and the depot is still visited by passengers riding the Green Mountain Flyer, also operated by VTR. Chester Dep...
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Chester

[disambiguation] Chester is a city and is also the county town of Cheshire, United Kingdom. The name comes from Old English ceastre, city, ultimately from Latin castra, camp. Chester may also refer to: ==Places== ===Canada=== ===United Kingdom=== ===United States of America=== ==Ships== ==Animals== ==Other uses== == See also == ...
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CHESTER

The Chesterian Series, the uppermost series of the Mississippian System, is named for Chester, Randolph County, where it is well exposed in the bluffs of the Mississippi River. The Chesterian Series consists of limestone-shale formations alternating with sandstone-shale formations. It extends from the major unconformity at the base of the Pennsylva...
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