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[automobile] At least 2 cars named Richmond were produced. The first was a steam car made by the Richmond Automobile Company in Richmond, Indiana from 1902 to 1903. The second was a car built by the Wayne Works in Richmond, Indiana from 1904 to 1917. ==Richmond Automobile Company car== The engine was claimed to be simple and the most compac...
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[British Columbia provincial electoral district] Richmond was a provincial electoral district in the Canadian province of British Columbia. It made its first appearance on the hustings in the election of 1903. It lasted until the 1920 election, after which a redistribution combined it with parts of the City of Vancouver to form Richmond-Poi...
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[cigarette] Richmond are a value brand of tobacco cigarettes re-introduced into UK markets in 1999. They come in the following varieties: Regular, Gold and Menthol - all three in King Size and Superking (100mm) sizes. The brand is in competition at the lower end of the market, against value UK cigarette brands such as Mayfair, Sovereign and...
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Richmond

[Halifax] Recorded by Donbert. Pronunciation of the word Washington for the article List of words of disputed pronunciation. The file contains the following pronunciations: (1) [wɔʃ-], (2) [wɔɹʃ-] Accent: General American ...
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[London Borough] AutoWikiBrowser (often abbreviated AWB) is a semi-automated MediaWiki editor for operating systems Windows XP and newer. It is designed to make tedious repetitive tasks quicker and easier. (AWB also functions reasonably well under Wine on Linux but this is not officially supported.) It is essentially a browser that automati...
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[Nova Scotia federal electoral district] Richmond was a federal electoral district in the province of Nova Scotia, Canada, that was represented in the Canadian House of Commons from 1867 to 1917. It was created by the British North America Act of 1867. It consisted of the County of Richmond. It was abolished in 1914 when it was merged into ...
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Richmond

[Nova Scotia provincial electoral district] Richmond is a former provincial electoral district in Nova Scotia, Canada which existed between 1933-2013. It elected one member of the Nova Scotia House of Assembly. In its last configuration, the electoral district included Richmond County in its entirety. The electoral district was abolished fo...
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Richmond

[provincial electoral district] Richmond is the name of a provincial electoral district in Nova Scotia and in Quebec, and a former district in British Columbia: ...
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[Quebec provincial electoral district] Richmond is a provincial electoral riding in the Estrie region of Quebec, Canada, which elects members to the National Assembly of Quebec. It includes the Rock Forest–Saint-Élie–Deauville borough of Sherbrooke and the cities or municipalities of Richmond, Asbestos, and Danville. It was created for...
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Richmond

[Surrey] Not to be confused with the Richmond constituency in Yorkshire. Richmond was a parliamentary constituency centred on the town of Richmond, which is in the north-western part of the historic county of Surrey and (since 1965) in Greater London. It returned one Member of Parliament (MP) to the House of Commons of the Parliament of the...
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[Yorks] ==Constituency profile== The constituency presents itself as a safe seat for the Conservative Party, having held it continuously since 1910 (if including the 11 years by the allied Unionist Party from 1918), and in the 2010 general election, Richmond produced the largest numerical and percentage majority for a Conservative, 62.8% of...
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[Yorks] A by-election was held in the Richmond (Yorks) constituency of the United Kingdom Parliament on 23 February 1989. It followed the resignation of the sitting Conservative Member of Parliament (MP) Leon Brittan on 31 December 1988, to allow him to take up the position of Vice-President of the European Commission. The Conservative Part...
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[Yorks] The Richmond (Yorkshire) by-election of 1873 was held on 27 May 1873. The byelection was held due to the Succession to a peerage of the incumbent MP of the Liberal Party, Lawrence Dundas. It was won by his younger brother, the unopposed Liberal candidate John Dundas. ...
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Capital and seaport of Virginia, on the James River, 336 km/209 mi from its mouth on the Atlantic, 160 km/100 mi south of Washington, DC; population (2000 est) 197,800. It is a major tobacco market and a distribution, commercial, and financial centre for the surrounding region. Industries include the manufacture of tobacco products, pro...
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city, capital of Virginia, U.S., seat (1752) of Henrico county, situated in the east-central part of the state at the head of navigation of the James ... [3 related articles]
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city, seat (1798) of Madison county, east-central Kentucky, U.S., in the outer Bluegrass region, near the Cumberland foothills. The city, on the old ...
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Richmond

city, seat (1873) of Wayne county, east-central Indiana, U.S. It is located on the East Fork of Whitewater River, 67 miles (108 km) east of ...
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county (area 58 sq mi [48 sq km]), southeastern New York, U.S., coextensive with Staten Island borough, which comprises Staten Island (q.v.) and ... [1 related articles]
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Richmond

port city, Contra Costa county, western California, U.S. It lies on the northeastern shore of San Francisco Bay and is connected to Marin county by ...
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Richmond

Richmond, former municipal borough, SE England. See Richmond upon Thames.
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Richmond, I. A. Roman Britain, Penquin Books, Ltd., Harmondsworth, Middlesex; 1963.
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The USS Richmond was an American Omaha Class light cruiser of 7050 tons displacement launched in 1921. The USS Richmond was powered by twelve White-Forster oil-burning boilers providing a top speed of 34 knots and a range of 16000 km at 15 knots. She carried a complement of 458; four aircraft and was armed with ten 6 inch guns; four 3 inch anti-air...
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town (`parish`), Richmondshire district, administrative county of North Yorkshire, historic county of Yorkshire, England, situated on the left bank ...
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town, southeastern Tasmania, Australia, situated on Coal River at the head of Pitt Water lagoon. In 1815 Tasmania`s first flour mill was built in the ...
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