Maidstone

(from the article `Maidstone`) town and borough (district), administrative and historic county of Kent, southeastern England, astride the River Medway, 38 miles (61 km) southeast ...
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Maidstone

[Owings, Maryland] Maidstone is one of the oldest historic surviving homes in Maryland and is located at Owings, Calvert County, Maryland. The home was built between 1683 and 1699 in what was then Anne Arundel County in the Province of Maryland. A brick in one of the chimneys is dated 1678. ==The house== Maidstone was built as a Medieval st...
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Maidstone

HMS Maidstone was a British submarine depot ship launched in 1937. HMS Maidstone had a top speed of 17 knots and carried a complement of 502 which included 64 repair staff and 43 spare replacement submarine crew. She was armed with eight 4.5 inch guns arranged in pairs, two forward, two aft and two sponsoned on either beam; two multiple pompoms; fo...
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Maidstone

Maidstone (mād'stun) , city (1991 pop. 86,067), Kent, SE England, on the Medway River. It is a market city with agricultural, paper, printing, quarrying, brewing, and engineering industries. There is evidence of a Roman station. Chillington Manor (Elizabethan) contains the Maidstone Museum...
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Maidstone

Town and administrative headquarters of Kent, southeast England, on the River Medway; population (2001) 138,950. Industries include the manufacture of agricultural machinery, and paper and card for packaging. There are a number of medieval buildings, among them the parish church of All Saints', the late 14th-century Archbishop's Pal...
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Maidstone

town and borough (district), administrative and historic county of Kent, southeastern England, astride the River Medway, 38 miles (61 km) southeast ...
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