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Kent

(kent),
Albert F.S., English physiologist, 1863-1958. See: Kent bundle, Kent-His bundle.
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The jockey has whiled away his enforced absence on the golf course, and wasted little time when scoring on just his second mount back in the Garden Of England Nursery.
"Kent, known as the garden of England, will become the vineyard of England, growing grapes, figs and peaches.
Garden of England, with 125 years of preserving expertise, have created a range of chutneys that capture the very essence of England's finest fruits and vegetables and have then given them a creative twist to tantalise the taste-buds.
But railway lines, housing estates and Chavs aside, Kent is - and always will be - the Garden of England for me.
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But Egan's unsolicited gift midway through the first half - incredibly, Gillingham's fourth OG in six games this season - turned a thankless assignment in a League One minefield to picking fruit in the Garden of England.
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the uS-based englishman turns into a hacker when he sets sight on these links in the Garden of england.
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