Exeter

(from the article `Graf Spee`) ...sinking several merchant ships in the Atlantic, the Graf Spee was sighted on Dec. 13, 1939, off the Río de la Plata estuary by a British search ...
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Exeter

city (district), administrative and historic county of Devon, England, on the River Exe about 10 miles (16 km) above the river`s entry into the ... [2 related articles]
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Exeter

town (township), seat of Rockingham county, southeastern New Hampshire, U.S., on the Exeter River at the falls of the Squamscott River (tidal), ... [1 related articles]
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Exeter

[Federalsburg, Maryland] Exeter is a historic home located at Federalsburg, Caroline County, Maryland. It is composed of two distinct sections constructed during the 19th century. The front section is a three-bay wide, two-story frame structure covered with cypress shingles. Behind it is a {frac|1|1|2}-story frame wing, four bays long, cove...
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Exeter

HMS Exeter was a British heavy cruiser of 8390 tons designed by Sir William Berry, launched in 1929 and completed in 1931 which saw action during the Second World War. She was armed with six 8-inch guns, four 4-inch anti-aircraft guns and two 2-pounder anti-aircraft guns and six 21-inch torpedo tubes. She had a top speed of 32.5 knots and a range o...
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Exeter

[Amtrak station] Exeter is a train station in Exeter, New Hampshire served by Amtrak, the national railroad passenger system. The station is a sheltered platform that replaced a station built in 1891.{when|reason=When was the station demolished and replaced by the sheltered platform?|date=June 2014} The station is served five times daily by...
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Exeter

Exeter (ek'sutur) , city (1991 pop. 88,235) and district, Devon, SW England, on the Exe River. It is the market, transportation, administrative, and distribution center for SW England. Manufacturing predominates, with metal and leather goods, paper, and farm implements as Exeter's chief products...
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Exeter

Exeter is a variety of apple.
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Exeter

City and administrative headquarters of Devon, England, on the River Exe; population (2001) 106,800. Principal industries are brewing, iron and brass founding, light engineering, printing, financial services, and tourism. Other industries include the manufacture of agricultural machinery, textiles, and leather goods. Exeter was founded by the R...
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Exeter

[Leesburg, Virginia] Exeter was a late 18th century Georgian house near Leesburg, Virginia, that was listed on the National Register of Historic Places from 1973 to August 1980, when it was destroyed by fire and subsequently de-listed from the National Register. The house and its dependencies were unusually elaborate for northern Virginia. ...
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Exeter

Exeter was the most south-westerly Roman fortified settlement in Britain. Exeter Cathedral, founded in the early 12th century, became Anglican at the time of the 16th-century Reformation. The city`s transport hubs include Exeter St Davids railway station, Exeter Central railway station, the M5 motorway and Exeter International Airport connecting ....
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