Preston

(from the article `Cambridge`) ...of Waterloo, southeastern Ontario, Canada. It lies 55 miles (90 km) west-southwest of Toronto. Cambridge was created in 1973 from the ...
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Preston

(from the article `Preston`) town and borough (district), administrative and historic county of Lancashire, England, at the lowest bridging point of the River Ribble estuary ...
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Preston

[electoral district] Preston is a former provincial electoral district in Nova Scotia, Canada which existed from 1993-2013. It elected one member of the Nova Scotia House of Assembly. In its last configuration, the electoral district included the communities of North Preston, East Preston, and Cherrybrook. The electoral district was created...
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Preston

[METRORail station] ==Points of interest== Attractions located within a short walk of the station include: Listed below are in the Houston Theater District The following court buildings are within walking distance: ==Hotels== ==Restaurants== ==Bars== ==Connecting Bus Routes== The following bus route numbers connect to Preston Station ...
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Preston

[speedway] Preston were a British speedway team that existed from 1929 to 1932. ==Brief history== They first competed in the English Dirt Track League (effectively the Northern League) in 1929 when they were runners-up to Leeds Lions. In the same season they won the English Dirt Track Knockout Cup beating Halifax in the final. They were bas...
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Preston

[ward] Preston ward is a political division of the London Borough of Brent that returns three representative Councillors and at the 2006 election was held by the Conservative Party`s Bob Blackman, Alan Mendoza, and Harshadbhai Patel. ...
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Preston

Industrial city and administrative headquarters of Lancashire, northwest England, on the River Ribble, 34 km/21 mi south of Lancaster, at the highest navigable point of the Irish Sea estuary; population (2001) 184,800. Industries include textiles, chemicals, electrical goods, aircraft, plastics, and engineering; it is also an agricultur...
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Preston

Preston is an English name for boys. The meaning is `from the farm of the priest` The name Preston is most commonly given to American boys. The name sounds like: Prestcot, Bristol, Bristow, Prestcott, Priestly, Prestley Similar names are: Criston, Wriston, Triston
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Preston

Preston, city (1991 pop. 166,675) and district, Lancashire, N England, on the Ribble River. Preston has an active port and is a center of cotton and rayon manufacturing. Some mills have closed, but work has been created in the areas of engineering, as well as aircraft, motor vehicle, industrial mach...
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Preston

The USS Preston was an American Mahan Class destroyer of 1500 tons displacement launched in 1936. The USS Preston was powered by four Express type oil-burning boilers providing a top speed of 36.5 knots and a range of 9600 km. She was armed with five 5 inch dual-purpose guns; four machine-guns and twelve 21 inch torpedo tubes arranged in three quad...
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Preston

town and borough (district), administrative and historic county of Lancashire, England, at the lowest bridging point of the River Ribble estuary ...
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