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Kent

(kent),
Albert F.S., English physiologist, 1863-1958. See: Kent bundle, Kent-His bundle.
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The start of the new Kentish bus service coincides with Seniors Week and Merseylink will be providing free travel on the new service to our senior citizens during this week.
The contrast <eo>/<e> distinguish West-Saxon and Kentish from Northumbrian and Mercian.
But Kentish Barnes says lessons were learned from that experience.
Mark Smith, Andy Parker, Steve Kentish and Trusha Kachhela; David Gandee, Rob Metcalfe, Steve Kentish, Ian Mansell and Steve Drury
Back in Kentish town, a sign encourages me to discover "peace through past lives regression, with a re-knowned Indian hypnotherapist, whilst another, even more confusingly urges me to come to a meeting to speak to an alien.
Edwin, who was King of Northumbria from 616 until 633, married the Kentish princess Ethelburga.
The Kent Messenger, Kentish Gazette and Kentish Express are going online at the same time of day that they go on retail sale, with the remaining 18 titles and editions available online within just a few weeks.
Richard Whelan, aged 28, from Kentish Town, north London, was stabbed as he made his way home from a night out in Islington on the top deck of a No43 bus.
The attacker stabbed Richard Whelan, from Kentish Town, North London, several times on the top deck of a bus travelling through the capital.
LONDON -- "A malty ale with toffee and sultana flavors balanced by Kentish hops" is the description of the ale for sale within the precincts of Canterbury Cathedral, a monastic tradition recently revived.
Earlier this year, the company secured a pounds 2m-3m contract to install the first stage of a 30 turbine offshore wind farm in the Kentish Flats area.
Davies was sentenced to life imprisonment in 1995 for the murder of an 83-year-old man near Kentish Townin London.