Edmond

city, Oklahoma county, central Oklahoma, U.S., immediately north of Oklahoma City. Writer Washington Irving visited the site now known as Edmond in ...
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Edmond

Edmond is a French boy name. The meaning of the name is `Blessed Guardian` Where is it used? The name Edmond is mainly used In French and In Dutch.How do they say it elsewhere? Éamonn ( In Irish) Emon ( In French) Edmund ( In English and In German) See also In Spanish and In Portuguese: Edmundo In Italian: Edmondo In Hungarian: ödön In Engli...
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Edmond

Edmond, city (1990 pop. 52,315), Oklahoma co., central Okla.; settled 1889. It is a trading center with a huge oil field and small industries that manufacture concrete, petroleum products, and other goods. The city's population nearly tripled from 1970 to 1990. The Univ. of Central Oklahoma is in Ed...
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Edmond

[play] Edmond is a one-act play written by David Mamet. It premiered at the Goodman Theatre in Chicago, on June 4, 1982. The first New York production was October 27 of the same year, at the Provincetown Playhouse. The play consists of twenty-three short scenes. In the original production, each of the actors took on multiple roles, save the...
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Edmond

[1833] The Edmond was a chartered passenger sailing vessel that sank of the coast of Kilkee, Co. Clare on 19 November 1850. It was built in Granville, Nova Scotia in 1833, a small community near Annapolis Royal, a town that became famous for wooden shipbuilding during the 1800s. At the time of the disaster it was owned by John Arnott and Ge...
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