Wiltshire

Click images to enlargeCounty of southwest England (since April 1997 Swindon has been a separate unitary authority). Area 3,480 sq km/1,343 sq mi Towns and cities Trowbridge (administrative headquarters), Salisbury, Wilton, Devizes, Chippenham, Warminster Physical Marlborough Downs; Savernake Forest; rivers Ke...
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Wiltshire

[European Parliament constituency] The constituency consisted of the Westminster Parliament constituencies of Devizes, Newbury, North Wiltshire, Salisbury, Swindon, Wantage, Westbury. The constituency was represented for the whole of its existence by Caroline Jackson. At the 1994 European election, there were boundary changes. Most of Wilts...
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Wiltshire

administrative, geographic, and historic county of southern England, on a low plateau draining into the basins of the Bristol Channel, the English ... [1 related articles]
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Wiltshire

Wiltshire (wilt'shir, –shur) or Wilts,county (1991 pop. 553,300), 1,345 sq mi (3,484 sq km), S central England. The county seat is Salisbury. More than half of Wiltshire is occupied by the chalky Salisbury Plain and by the Marlborough Downs. Primarily an agricultural county, Wiltshire affo...
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Wiltshire

Wiltshire is British slang for impotence.
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