Manchester

[barque] Manchester was a four-masted, steel-hulled British barque which was wrecked in late 1900 on the reefs of Bikar Atoll, Marshall Islands. ==History== The Manchester was built at the shipyards of William Doxford & Sons in Sunderland, England in 1892. She was constructed with a steel hull and four masts for Galgate Shipping Company of ...
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Manchester

[n] - largest city in New Hampshire 2. [n] - a city in northwestern England (30 miles east of Liverpool)
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Manchester

noun a city in northwestern England (30 miles east of Liverpool); heart of the most densely populated area of England
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Manchester

(from the article `Manchester`) city and metropolitan borough in the metropolitan county of Greater Manchester, northwestern England. Most of the city, including the historic core, ...
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Manchester

(from the article `Lancaster`) ...from the response by A.V. Roe & Company, Ltd., to a 1936 Royal Air Force specification calling for a bomber powered by two 24-cylinder Rolls-Royce ...
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Manchester

urban town (township), Hartford county, central Connecticut, U.S. It lies east of Hartford on the Hockanum River. The area was settled in 1672, when ...
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Manchester

city, Hillsborough county, southern New Hampshire, U.S. It lies along the Amoskeag Falls (named for the Amoskeag Indians who once inhabited the area) ... [3 related articles]
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Manchester

town (township), which includes Manchester Village, Manchester Center, and Manchester Depot in southwestern Vermont, U.S. It lies near the Batten ...
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Manchester

city and metropolitan borough in the metropolitan county of Greater Manchester, northwestern England. Most of the city, including the historic core, ... [6 related articles]
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Manchester

HMS Manchester was a British Newcastle Class (originally to have been called Polyphemus class, and later renamed Southampton Class) cruiser of 9400 tons displacement launched in 1937. HMS Liverpool carried a complement of 700 and was powered by eight Admiralty 3-drum oil fuelled boilers providing a top speed of 32 knots. Armaments consisted of twel...
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Manchester

[MBTA station] ==Nearby destinations== Singing Beach ==Image gallery== Image:MBTAmanchester1.jpg| Image:MBTAmanchester2.jpg| Image:MBTAmanchester3.jpg| Image:MBTAmanchester4.jpg| Image:MBTAmanchester5.jpg| Image:MBTAmanchester6.jpg| Image:MBTAmanchester7.jpg| ...
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Manchester

[Wythenshawe] Manchester (Wythenshawe) Aerodrome also known locally as Rackhouse Aerodrome was the first airfield built to serve, temporarily, as Manchester`s municipal aerodrome. ==History== == ===Bibliography=== ...
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Manchester

Manchester (măn'chustur, –ches"tur) , city and metropolitan district (1991 pop. 397,400), NW England, on the Irwell, Medlock, Irk, and Tib rivers. Manchester remains the center of the most densely populated area of England, despite the tremendous amount of outmigration between 19...
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Manchester

(UK) Metropolitan district of Greater Manchester, and city in northwest England, on the River Irwell, 50 km/31 mi east of Liverpool; population (2001) 394,300. A financial and manufacturing centre, its industries include banki...
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Manchester

[ancient township] Manchester Township was one of the many townships and chapelries which formed the ancient parish of Manchester within the Salford hundred of Lancashire, England. It included the area of what is now Manchester City Centre and the adjoining area of Ancoats. In 1792 commissioners, usually known as police commissioners, were ...
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Manchester

[Los Angeles Metro station] Manchester is a bus rapid transit Metro Silver Line transitway station on the Harbor Transitway/I-110 at its overcrossing of Manchester Avenue in South Los Angeles. The station was re-branded as a station for the Metro Silver Line when the line began service on December 13, 2009. The station is managed by Los Ang...
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Manchester

[ancient parish] Manchester was an ancient ecclesiastical parish of the hundred of Salford, in Lancashire, England. It encompassed several townships and chapelries, including the then township of Manchester (now Manchester city centre). Other townships are now parts of the Anglican Diocese of Manchester and/or Greater Manchester. == Townshi...
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Manchester

[Pittsburgh] Manchester is a neighborhood on Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania`s North Side. It has a ZIP code of 15233, and has representation on Pittsburgh City Council by the council member for District 6 (Northshore/Downtown Neighborhoods). The Pittsburgh Bureau of Fire houses 37 Engine and their foam unit in Manchester. The neighborhood include...
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Manchester

Manchester (ə) is a city in North West England with a population of 514,417 in 2013; it lies within the United Kingdom`s second most populous urban area which has a population of 2.55 million. Manchester is in the south-central part of North West England, fringed by the Cheshire Plain to the south, the Pennines to the north and east and an arc o....
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