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Kent

(kent),
Albert F.S., English physiologist, 1863-1958. See: Kent bundle, Kent-His bundle.
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HM King Hamad then attended a lunch banquet hosted British Parliamentary Under Secretary of State and Personal Representative of Her Majesty the Queen to the County of Kent Lord Astor of Hever DL marking his visit to The British Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment (HCMR).
The Sergeant Major, normally based at Shorncliffe in his home county of Kent, is in Northern Ireland providing short term cover and became involved in the week-long operation to defuse the huge device planted by dissident republicans on the South Armagh border.
I once wrote to the Guinness Book of Records to say my brother and I once sat on a grassy bank in our home county of Kent. I found we were sitting on a large patch of such clover, with many having three and up to seven leaves.
A rearing white horse, such as appears on the county of Kent's coat-of-arms, would be rather more interesting, although clearly presenting structural problems.
BT is deploying a 100Mb/s broadband fibre to the home (FttH) network in Ebbsfleet in the county of Kent, UK.
QUIZ CHALLENGE: 1 The Ipcress File; 2 The M5; 3 Mars; 4 Providence; 5 The county of Kent.
Aside from Annemarie Speetjens's contribution, the essays focus on the county of Kent, a region usually seen as relatively religiously homogenous and long known for being "the most responsive in England to evangelical reform and the most precociously Protestant" (14).
Ramsgate, a Victorian seaside town in the county of Kent on England's east coast, isn't exactly in the movie mainstream.
Q: In Britain reflecting its production of fruit and vegetables the county of Kent is sometimes called the what of England?
Contestants are given a series of clues which they have to solve to lead them on a trail across the county of Kent to find the "treasure" - a maximum prize of pounds 2000.
This year marks the 200th anniversary of the first Ordnance Survey map to be published -- a scale map of the county of Kent (pictured).
This ambitious book is the masterwork of a distinguished English agrarian historian, written from (and influenced by) her retirement in the agriculturally diverse southeastern county of Kent. It offers a new and stimulating way of looking at more than six centuries not only of English agricultures and rural societies, but also of food consumption and associated cultures.