Berkshire

[n] - a county in southern England
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Berkshire

noun a county in southern England
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Berkshire

geographic and ceremonial county of southern England. The geographic county occupies the valleys of the middle Thames and its tributary, the Kennet, ...
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Berkshire

breed of domestic pig originating in England, where in the early 19th century the name `Berkshire` became synonymous with improved pig strains of ... [1 related articles]
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Berkshire

county, extreme western Massachusetts, U.S., bordered to the north by Vermont, to the west by New York, and to the south by Connecticut. It is ...
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Berkshire

[soil] Berkshire soil series is the name given to a well drained loam or sandy loam soil which has developed on glacial till in parts of southern Quebec, eastern New York State and New England south to Massachusetts. It belongs to the podzol soil group and is one of the most important soils in its area of occurrence, supporting extensive fo...
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Berkshire

Berkshire (bärk'shir, –shur, bûrk'–) or Berks (bärks, bûrks) , former county, S central England. Part of the ancient kingdom of Wessex and the birthplace of King Alfred, the county of Berkshire was abolished as an administrative entity in 1998 and divided into...
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Berkshire

Former county of south-central England; from April 1998 split into six unitary authorities: West Berkshire, Reading, Slough, Windsor and Maidenhead, Wokingham and Bracknell Forest
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Berkshire

[pig] Berkshire pigs are a rare breed of pig originating from the English county of Berkshire. Herds of the breed are still maintained in England by the Rare Breeds Survival Trust at Aldenham Country Park, Hertfordshire, and by the South of England Rare Breeds Centre in Kent. The Berkshire is listed as `vulnerable`, as in 2008 fewer than 30...
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Berkshire

Berkshire (ər or ɪər, abbreviated Berks) is a county of south east England, located to the west of London. It has also been known as the Royal County of Berkshire since at least the 19th century because of the presence of Windsor Castle and was recognised as such by the Queen in 1957 and letters patent issued in 1974. Berkshire is a county of h...
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Berkshire

A breed of hogs that originated in Berks, England . It was introduced to the United States in 1823. The American Berkshire Association registers the breed.
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