Orlando

[As You Like It] Orlando is a fictional character and the male lead in the comedy As You Like It (1599/1600) by William Shakespeare. Orlando is the younger son of the deceased Sir Rowland de Boys and brother to Oliver. He is brave, chivalrous, tender, modest, smart, strong, handsome and beloved by all. He resents the harsh treatment he rece...
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[Andover, Massachusetts] Orlando is the historic estate of William Wood, Jr. in Andover, Massachusetts. Wood`s father, William Madison Wood, was owner of the American Woolen Company, whose home was the Arden estate next door to where Orlando was built c. 1915. Orlando is a distinctive Spanish Mission style mansion of 2.5 stories, with a gre...
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Orlando

[n] - a city in central Florida
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Orlando

Series of 1st Class Armoured Cruisers [UK]
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Orlando

noun a city in central Florida; site of Walt Disney World
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Orlando

Orlando (ôrlăn'dō) , city (1990 pop. 164,693), seat of Orange co., central Fla., in a lake region; inc. 1875. In a citrus fruit and farm area, it is one of the world's most visited vacation spots. Orlando's economy focuses on aerospace and electronics, but tourism brings in the...
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Orlando

Orlando: see Roland.
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Orlando

Orlando is a son of Sir Rowland de Bois in As You Like It.
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Orlando

Industrial city and administrative headquarters of Orange County, Florida, USA; population (2000 est) 186,000. It is a winter resort and tourist centre, with Walt Disney World, Sea World, and the Epcot Center nearby. There were 39 million visitors to the city in 1999. Electronic and aerospace equipment are manufactured in the city, and citrus&#...
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Orlando

[opera] ==Performance history== The opera was first given at the King`s Theatre in London on 27 January 1733. There were 10 further performances and it was not revived. The first production since Handel`s lifetime was given at Halle, Handel`s birthplace, in 1922. A production staged by the Barber Institute of Fine Arts in Birmingham,England...
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Orlando

[Amtrak station] SunRail: As of February 2006, Thruway Motorcoach service is no longer provided by Coach USA to area hotels and attractions. Martz First Class Coach Tampa Bay provides this service for Amtrak to Lakeland, Tampa, Pinellas Park-St. Petersburg, Bradenton, Sarasota, Port Charlotte and Fort Myers. Local hotel transfer shuttle ser...
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Orlando

[handel] Former pupils of the now defunct Truro Cathedral School (like those of the surviving Truro School) are known as Old Truronians. The school was also known as Truro Grammar School. ...
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Orlando

Orlando is a Latin name for boys. The meaning is `From the pointed land` The name Orlando is most commonly given to Italian boys. (2 times more often than to American boys.) The name sounds like: Arland, Erland See also: Rolando, Rold? Lór?, Lór?, Roly, Rowland, Rollo, Rolland, Roeland, Rolan
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Orlando

[given name] Orlando is a masculine given name, the Italian form of the given name Roland. Notable people with the name include: ...
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