Warwick

[n] - English statesman
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Warwick

Earl of Warwick noun English statesman; during the War of the Roses he fought first for the house of York and secured the throne for Edward IV and then changed sides to fight for the house of Lancaster and secured the throne for Henry VI (1428-14...
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(from the article `La Harpe, Jean-François de`) ...at 19 for allegedly writing a satire against his protectors at college, La Harpe became a bitter and caustic man. Of many uninspired plays he ...
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city, southeastern Queensland, Australia, on the Condamine River, in the southern Darling Downs. It became associated with sheep breeding in 1840 ...
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district in the central part of the administrative and historic county of Warwickshire, England. It lies on the southern fringe of the Midlands ...
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town (`parish`), Warwick district, administrative and historic county of Warwickshire, England, best known for its historic castle. Warwick ...
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city, Kent county, east-central Rhode Island, U.S., on the western shore of Narragansett Bay; it is basically a southern residential suburb of ... [1 related articles]
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HMS Warwick was a British W Class destroyer of 1100 tons displacement launched in 1917 and sunk during the Second World War. She was armed with four 4-inch guns; two 2-pounder pompom anti-aircraft guns; one machine gun; four Lewis guns and six 21-inch torpedo tubes arranged in two triple mountings. She was powered by three Yarrow oil boilers provid...
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Warwick, town (1991 pop. 21,701) and district, county seat of Warwickshire, central England, on the Avon River. The town has some commerce and manufacturing. Warwick is best known for Warwick Castle, located on the site of a fortress built by Æthelflæd, the daughter of King Alfred, in 915....
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Warwick (wôr'wik, wo'rik) , city (1990 pop. 85,427), Kent co., central R.I., at the head of Narragansett Bay; settled by Samuel Gortone 1642, inc. as a city 1931. Its long important textile industry, now closed, dated from 1794. Current manufactures include machinery, metals, pipes and...
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The Vickers-Armstrong Warwick was an enlarged version of the Wellington bomber aircraft of the Second World War. The Warwick was powered by two Pratt and Whitney R-2800-S1A4G or 2SBG 18-cylinder radial air-cooled engines and was armed with eight .303 inch machine-guns in three turrets, two in the nose turret, two in the mid-upper turret and four in...
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(UK) Market town, administrative headquarters of Warwickshire, central England, 33 km/21 mi southeast of Birmingham, on the River Avon; population (2001) 25,400. Industries include agriculture and tourism. Founded in 914, it has many fine medieval buildings, including a 14th-centur...
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[guitar] Image from Star Trek: The Next Generation episode, Violations © 1992 Paramount Pictures, produced by Gene Roddenberry. == Rationale of fair use == This image is fair use because: ...
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