Vernon

[1839] Vernon was a 911 tons paddle steamer built in 1839 by Greens` Blackwall Yard, London, for the Green Blackwall Line. After her engines proved uneconomic, she had her paddles removed and she was converted into a sailing vessel. She was used on the passenger trade to the Colonies in the 19th Century. Vernon was sold in 1867 to the Colon...
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Vernon

city, southern British Columbia, Canada. It lies in Okanagan Lake country, 274 miles (441 km) northeast of Vancouver. Pioneers called the early ...
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Vernon

Vernon, city (1991 pop. 23,514), S British Columbia, Canada, near the north end of Okanagan Lake. The center of a fruit-growing and dairying area, it has packing and dehydrating plants. There are lumber mills, sawmills, and food processing plants in the district.
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Vernon

Vernon is a character in King Henry VI part I.
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Vernon

[Los Angeles Metro station] Vernon is a station on the Los Angeles County Metro Blue Line. It has an island platform in the center media of Long Beach Avenue near the intersection of Vernon Avenue in the city of Los Angeles near the border with Vernon. ==Station layout== ==Service== ===Metro Rail service=== Blue Line service hours are appro...
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Vernon

Vernon is a French name for boys. The meaning is `Place name and aristocratic surname brought to England at the time of the Norman conquest, and used as an English g` The name Vernon is most commonly given to American boys. It is short for: Verner If it's too long you might use: Vern Use for the other sex: Verna The name sounds like: Fernand, Ferna...
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