Baldwin

[abbot and physician] Baldwin (died 1098), was an abbot and physician. Baldwin was a monk of St. Denys, and was made prior of the monastery of Liberau, a cell of St. Denys, in Alsace. When Edward the Confessor refounded the monastery of Deerhurst and gave it to St. Denys, Baldwin was appointed prior of this new possession of his house. He w...
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Baldwin

Meaning as a surname: Brave friend.
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Baldwin

[n] - United States author who was an outspoken citic of racism (1924-1987) 2. [n] - English statesman 3. [n] - an American eating apple with red or yellow and red skin
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Baldwin

(died 1190) English cleric, archbishop of Canterbury 1184-90. By forbidding bishops from being consecrated at any other cathedral, he established Canterbury as the foremost archbishopric in England. He...
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Baldwin

Name of several counts of Flanders. Baldwin I (died 879), called `Bras de fer` (Iron Arm), married Judith, the daughter of Charles II (the Bald), without her father's knowledge, which brought...
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Baldwin

Bald'win noun (Botany) A kind of reddish, moderately acid, winter apple. [ U.S.]
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Baldwin

noun an American eating apple with red or yellow and red skin
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Baldwin

James Arthur Baldwin noun United States author who was an outspoken critic of racism (1924-1987)
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Baldwin

• (n.) A kind of reddish, moderately acid, winter apple.
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Baldwin

The USS Baldwin was an American Buchanan Class destroyer of 1630 tons displacement launched in 1942. The USS Baldwin was powered by four Babcock and Wilcox oil-burning boilers providing a top speed of 36.5 knots. She carried a complement of 210 and was armed with four 5 inch guns; four 40 mm Bofors anti-aircraft guns; seven 20 mm Oerlikon anti-airc...
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Baldwin

[LIRR station] ==History== Baldwin Station was originally built in February 1868 by the South Side Railroad of Long Island, though trains had already been stopping there, then called Baldwinsville, since October 28, 1867. The station was remodeled in May 1881, and was razed in 1917, and a second station was opened on December 28, later that...
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Baldwin

The baldwin is an American species eating apple with a red or yellow and red skin.
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Baldwin

Baldwin is a variety of apple.
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Baldwin

[apple] The Baldwin apple is a bright red winter apple, very good in quality, and easily shipped. It was for many years the most popular apple in New England, New York, and for export from America. ==History== According to local tradition, the apple was found near Wood Hill by William Butters (1711-1784), grandson of Will Butter, first whit...
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Baldwin

American locomotive manufacturer.
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