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Wellington

[New Zealand electorate] Wellington (originally City of Wellington), was a parliamentary electorate in Wellington, New Zealand. It existed from 1853 to 1905 with a break in the 1880s. It was a multi-member electorate. The electorate was represented, over the years, by 24 Members of Parliament. ==Population centres== In December 1887, the Ho...
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The Vickers-Armstrong Wellington was a series of British twin-engined long-range night bombers of the Second World War. The mark I was powered by two 1000hp Bristol Pegasus XVIII radial engines giving a top speed of 250 mph. Later models had a slightly higher top speed. It was armed with hydraulic gun turrets in the nose and tail. Some models also ...
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The Wellington or Dumelow's Seedling is an English species of apple named after the farmer (Dumelow) who raised it. It was said to be Queen Victoria's favourite apple, and is very good for mincemeat and makes excellent baked apples. The fruit stores very well.
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[n] - British general and statesman 2. [n] - the capital of New Zealand
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Wellington

Duke of Wellington noun British general and statesman; he defeated Napoleon at Waterloo; subsequently served as Prime Minister (1769-1852)
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(from the article `nap`) ...may pass or make one bid, which must be higher than all preceding bids. From low to high, the bids are two tricks, three tricks, misère (lose ...
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town, east-central New South Wales, Australia. It lies at the confluence of the Macquarie and Bell rivers. The site, used by John Oxley as a base for ...
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town (`parish`), Taunton Deane district, administrative and historic county of Somerset, England, just west-southwest of Taunton. The first duke of ...
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Wellington

regional council, extreme southern North Island, New Zealand. It includes the cities of Wellington (the national capital) and Lower Hutt, Upper Hutt, ...
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Wellington

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Wellington

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Wellington

[Somerset] Wellington (Somerset) is a former county constituency in the United Kingdom, formally known as The Western or Wellington Division of Somerset. It returned one Member of Parliament (MP) to the House of Commons of the Parliament of the United Kingdom, elected by the first past the post voting system, from 1885 until 1918. ==History...
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HMS Wellington was a British Grimsby Class escort sloop of 990 tons displacement launched in 1934. She was armed with two 4.7-inch guns; one 3-inch anti-aircraft gun; two 3-pounder guns and ten machine-guns. Two Admiralty 3-drum type boilers provided a top speed of 16.5 knots and she carried a complement of 100.
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Wellington is a British, modern, farmhouse, vegetarian natural-rind hard cheese made from un-pasteurised cow's milk from the Guernsey breed.
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Wellington

Wellington, city (1996 pop. 157,647; urban agglomeration 334,051), capital of New Zealand, extreme S North Island, on Port Nicholson, an inlet of Cook Strait. Socially and economically linked with Hutt City, Upper Hutt, and Porirua City, Wellington is a major communications and transportation center...
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Wellington

(city) Capital and commercial port of New Zealand, in the province of the same name on North Island, on the Cook Strait; population (2001 est) city, 165,900, urban agglomeration, 351,700. After Auckland, Wellington is the second-largest manufacturing centre of New Zealand. Industries i...
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Wellington

[CTA station] ==History== Wellington station opened in 1900 as a local station on the original Northwestern Elevated Railroad route from Lake and Wells in downtown to Wilson Station. From the late 1940s Wellington became a station on the Ravenswood route (now the Brown Line). The original station house was demolished in the 1960s following ...
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Wellington

[City of Wellington`s Own] The Wellington (City of Wellington`s Own) and Hawke`s Bay Regiment was a Territorial Force regiment of the New Zealand Army. It was formed in 1964 during the reorganisation of the army by the amalgamation of two separate regiments: This amalgamation saw the new regiment become a TF battalion of the Royal New Zeala...
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[electoral district] Wellington was a federal electoral district in Ontario, Canada, that was represented in the Canadian House of Commons from 1968 to 1979. This riding was created in 1968 from parts of Wellington South and Wentworth ridings. It consisted of the City of Guelph and the Townships of Eramosa, Guelph and Puslinch in the County...
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===Settlement=== Legends recount that Kupe discovered and explored the district in about the 10th century. The earliest date with hard evidence for Maori living in New Zealand is about 1280. European settlement began with the arrival of an advance party of the New Zealand Company on the ship Tory on 20 September 1839, followed by 150 settlers on t...
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Wellington

(South Africa) The wine growing area (Ward) named after the small town of the same name South Africa counts to the district Paarl (Coastal Region) and lies north of the city Paarl. The hot climate favors the production of red wines from the varieties Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Shiraz and Pinotage, Specialties are sweet dessert wines from Ge...
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