Anglesey

(from the article `Wales`) ...colonists were settled. The king`s arrangements for the governance of Llywelyn`s former lands in northwestern Wales were embodied in the Statute ...
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Anglesey

Anglesey Island noun an island northwest of Wales
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Anglesey

(Wales) Island and unitary authority off the northwest coast of Wales. Area 720 sq km/278 sq mi (34 km/21 mi long and 31 km/19 mi broad) Towns Llangefni (administrative headquarters), Holyhead, Beaumaris, Amlwch Physical c...
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Anglesey

Anglesey or Anglesea (both: ăng'gulsē) , island and county (1985 est. pop. 68,800), 278 sq mi (719 sq km), NW Wales. Beaumaris is the chief town. It is a region of low, rolling hills. The principal industries are agriculture and stock raising. Two bridges over the Menai Strait connec...
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Anglesey

HMS Anglesey is a British Island Class offshore patrol vessel of 925 tons displacement. HMS Anglesey is powered by two Ruston RKCM 12-cylinder diesel engines providing a top speed of 16.5 knots and a range of 7000 miles at 12 knots. She carries a crew of 39 and is armed with a Bofors 40 mm Mk 3 gun; a DES/Oerlikon 30 mm/75 Mk 1 gun and two FN 7.62 ...
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Anglesey

[n] - an island northwest of Wales
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