Norfolk

http://www.norfolk.gov.uk/ Norfolk k is a low-lying county in the East of England. It has borders with Lincolnshire to the west, Cambridgeshire to the west and southwest and Suffolk to the south. Its northern and eastern boundaries are the North Sea coast and to the north-west the county is bordered by the Wash. The city of Norwich is the county t...
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Norfolk

(from the article `Suffolk`) breed of medium-wool, dark-faced, hornless sheep developed in England during the years 1800 to 1850 by mating Norfolk horned ewes with Southdown ...
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Norfolk

• (n.) Short for Norfolk Jacket.
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Norfolk

(UK) County of eastern England. Area 5,360 sq km/2,069 sq mi Towns and cities Norwich (administrative headquarters), King's Lynn, Great Yarmouth (ports); Cromer, Hunstanton (resorts) Physical low-lying with the Fens in...
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Norfolk

[Amtrak station] The station is adjacent to the Harbor Park baseball stadium along the Elizabeth River on the eastern edge of downtown. The Tide light rail system has an adjacent station at Harbor Park, allowing for connections from Amtrak to the light rail service. == Routes == ...
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Norfolk

[brig] The Norfolk was a brig built in Quebec in 1797. It was wrecked at Tahiti in 1802. The Norfolk was constructed in Quebec in 1797 and registered in London in 1797 as the Harbinger. Governor Philip Gidley King purchased her in 1801 and renamed her the Norfolk. She had a crew of eight. The ship was visiting Matavai Bay, Tahiti when a hur...
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Norfolk

[European Parliament constituency] ==Boundaries== On its creation in 1979, it consisted of the parliamentary constituencies of North Norfolk, North West Norfolk, South Norfolk, South West Norfolk, Norwich North, Norwich South and Great Yarmouth. After the 1984 boundary changes based on the new UK parliamentary constituencies created in 1983...
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Norfolk

[MBTA station] Norfolk station is at grade level. The station has one platform which serves a single track. Tickets may be purchased at the nearby Norfolk Food Mart or on the train at a surcharge. There are three parking lots at the station with 530 spaces. Lots 1 and 2 are full by 7:15 am with lot 3 having more space but is further away. T...
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Norfolk

[sloop] The Colonial sloop Norfolk was built on Norfolk Island in 1798. The 25 ton sloop was constructed from Norfolk Island Pine. In his book Geoffrey Ingleton states Norfolk `… started life as the longboat of HMS Sirius” This is unfounded, [as it is impossible to widen a boat] Ingleton used the above as his reference. Governor Hunter ...
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Norfolk

Nor'folk noun Short for Norfolk Jacket .
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Norfolk

administrative and historic county of eastern England, bounded by Suffolk (south), Cambridgeshire and Lincolnshire (west), and the North Sea (north ... [2 related articles]
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Norfolk

city, Madison county, northeastern Nebraska, U.S., on the North Fork Elkhorn River, about 110 miles (175 km) northwest of Omaha. Settled in 1866 by ...
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Norfolk

county, eastern Massachusetts, U.S., southwest and south of Boston, bordered by Massachusetts Bay to the northeast and Rhode Island to the southwest. ...
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Norfolk

HMS Norfolk was a British Dorsetshire Class cruiser of 9925 tons displacement built by Fairfield and launched in 1928. HMS Norfolk carried a peace-time complement of 819, and was powered by eight Admiralty 3-drum type boilers providing a top speed of 32 knots. She was armed with six 8-inch guns; eight 4-inch anti-aircraft guns; twelve 2-pounder pom...
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Norfolk

independent city and port, southeastern Virginia, U.S. It lies on the Elizabeth River in the Tidewater region, at the mouth of Chesapeake Bay. ... [2 related articles]
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Norfolk

Norfolk (1, 2 nôr'fuk; 2 nôr'fôk") . 1. City (1990 pop. 21,476), Madison co., NE Nebr., on the Elkhorn River; inc. 1881. A trade and railroad center in a fertile farming region, it has a livestock market. Its industries produce animal feeds, food and beverages, and elec...
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Norfolk

Norfolk (nôr'fuk) , county (1991 pop. 736,700), 2,054 sq mi (5,320 sq km), E England. The county seat is Norwich. The region is one of flat, fertile farmlands, with a long, low coast bordering on the North Sea and the Wash. The principal rivers are the Ouse, the Bure, the Yare and its trib...
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