Hastings

(from the article `Cinque Ports`) ...confederation of English Channel ports in southeastern England, formed to furnish ships and men for the king`s service. To the original five ...
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Hastings

[n] - United States architect who formed and important architectural firm with John Merven Carrere (1860-1929) 2. [n] - a town in East Sussex just south of the place where the Battle of Hastings took place 3. [n] - the decisive battle in which William the Conqueror (duke of Normandy) defeated the Saxons under Harold II (1066) and thu...
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Hastings

• (v.) Early fruit or vegetables; especially, early pease.
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Hastings

battle of Hastings noun the decisive battle in which William the Conqueror (duke of Normandy) defeated the Saxons under Harold II (1066) and thus left England open for the Norman Conquest
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Hastings

[Amtrak station] The Hastings Amtrak station is a train station in Hastings, Nebraska, United States served by Amtrak, the national railroad passenger system. It is served daily by the California Zephyr. The station was built in 1902 in Spanish Colonial Revival style, designed by Thomas Rogers Kimball for the Burlington Railroad. It was ren...
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Hastings

[MBTA station] As of 2008 there is no handicap accessibility at this station, and only 6 parking spaces. There are currently no platforms, safety signs or warning bells, only the crossing gates to protect pedestrians from the street. There is a small dirt parking area just south of the tracks. There is almost nothing to indicate the presenc...
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Hastings

[name] Hastings is a surname of English origin, and is used also as a given name. In Ireland Hastings is more often a distinct surname, a rough phonetic Anglicization of a ancient Irish Gaelic sept of Ó hOistín who were kin of the MacDermots of Connacht, first Anglicized as Hestin and Histon later Hastings ==Surnames== As a surname Hastin...
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Hastings

[New Zealand electorate] Hastings was a parliamentary electorate in the Hawke`s Bay region of New Zealand from 1946 to 1996. The electorate was represented by nine Members of Parliament. The Hastings electorate was a typical bellwether electorate, frequently changing between the two main parties. ==Population centres== The 1941 census had b...
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Hastings

Has'tings (-tĭngz) noun plural [ From Haste , v. ] Early fruit or vegetables; especially, early pease. Mortimer.
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Hastings

borough (district), administrative county of East Sussex, historic county of Sussex, England. The old port of Hastings, premier among the medieval ...
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Hastings

city (`district`), eastern North Island, New Zealand. It lies on the Heretaunga Plains, near Hawke Bay. The area`s first European settlers arrived in ...
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Hastings

city, seat (1857) of Dakota county, southeastern Minnesota, U.S. It lies on the Mississippi River where it is joined by the St. Croix River, about 20 ...
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Hastings

city, seat (1878) of Adams county, south-central Nebraska, U.S. The city lies along the West Fork Big Blue River, about 100 miles (160 km) west of ...
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Hastings

Hastings, city (1991 pop. 74,979) and district, East Sussex, SE England. A resort and residential city, Hastings is backed by cliffs and has a 3-mi (4.8-km) marine esplanade, parks, and bathing beaches. The site was occupied in Roman times. It was made famous by the battle of Hastings, which took pl...
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Hastings

Hastings, city (1996 pop. 58,495), SE North Island, New Zealand, close to Napier. It has extensive food-processing industries, including meatpacking, canning, and dairy processing.
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Hastings

HMS Hastings was a British Hastings Class fishery patrol vessel, fitted for mine sweeping, of 1025 tons displacement launched in 1930. She was armed with one 4-inch anti-aircraft guns and twelve smaller guns. At the outbreak of the Second World War she was re-armed with six 4-inch guns on twin mountings. Two Admiralty 3-drum type boilers provided a...
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Hastings

Resort in East Sussex, southeast England, on the English Channel; population (2001) 85,800. Fishing is an important activity; the town has Britain's largest fleet of beach-launched fishing boats and a new wholesale fish market. Other industries include engineering and the manufacture of scientific and aerospace-related instrumen...
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