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  • 61Garford — This interesting and unusual English name is a dialectal variant of the locational name Garford in Buckinghamshire and Garforth , West Yorkshire both composed of the Old English pre seventh Century words gara , a medieval personal name deriving… …

    Surnames reference

  • 62Garlee — This unusual name is of English locational origin from one of the estimated seven to ten thousand villages and hamlets that have now disappeared from the maps in Britain. Enforced clearance and dispersal of former inhabitants to make way for… …

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  • 63Garley — This unusual name is of English locational origin from one of the estimated seven to ten thousand villages and hamlets that have now disappeared from the maps in Britain. Enforced clearance and dispersal of former inhabitants to make way for… …

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  • 64Jarley — This unusual name is of English locational origin from one of the estimated seven to ten thousand villages and hamlets that have now disappeared from the maps in Britain. Enforced clearance and dispersal of former inhabitants to make way for… …

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  • 65Jerwood — This rare and interesting name is of English origin and is a dialectal variant of the locational name Garwood, itself from a so called lost village, a phenomenon arising from enforced land clearance, in the height of the wool trade in the 12th… …

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  • 66fluke — I [[t]fluk[/t]] n. 1) naut. navig. the part of an anchor that catches in the ground, esp. the flat triangular piece at the end of each arm 2) the barbed head of a harpoon, spear, arrow, etc 3) zool. either half of the triangular tail of a whale • …

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  • 67gore — I [[t]gɔr, goʊr[/t]] n. blood, esp. when clotted • Etymology: bef. 900; ME; OE gor dung, dirt, c. MD goor, OHG, ON gor II gore [[t]gɔr, goʊr[/t]] v. t. gored, gor•ing to pierce with or as if with a horn or tusk • Etymology: 1350–1400; ME; see… …

    From formal English to slang

  • 68fluke — I. /fluk / (say floohk) noun 1. the flat triangular piece at the end of each arm of an anchor, which catches in the ground. 2. a barb, or the barbed head, of a harpoon, etc. 3. either half of the triangular tail of a whale. {? special use of… …

    Australian-English dictionary

  • 69scarf bandage — noun bandage to support an injured forearm; consisting of a wide triangular piece of cloth hanging from around the neck • Syn: ↑sling, ↑triangular bandage • Hypernyms: ↑bandage, ↑patch …

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  • 70Gore — Gore, n. [OE. gore, gare, AS. g?ra angular point of land, fr. g?r spear; akin to D. geer gore, G. gehre gore, ger spear, Icel. geiri gore, geir spear, and prob. to E. goad. Cf. {Gar}, n., {Garlic}, and {Gore}, v.] 1. A wedgeshaped or triangular… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 71Kensington Gore — is a street in central London, England, the same name having been formerly used for the piece of land on which it stands. It runs along the south side of Hyde Park, continuing as Kensington Road to both the east and west. A gore is a narrow,… …

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  • 72Kennington Park — is in Kennington, London, England, in London SE11, and lies between Kennington Park Road and St Agnes Place. It was opened in 1854. Previously the site had been Kennington Common. This is where the Chartists gathered for their biggest monster… …

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  • 73Sander — This article is about the power tool. For other uses, see Sander (disambiguation). A random orbit sander, with disks of various grit sizes A sander is a power tool used to smooth wood and automotive or wood finishes by abrasion with sandpaper.… …

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  • 74CBS Studio Center — is a television and film studio located in the Studio City district of Los Angeles in the San Fernando Valley. It is located at 4024 Radford Avenue and takes up a triangular piece of land, with the Los Angeles River bisecting the site. The lot,… …

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  • 75SmartKeys — was introduced by Mercedes Benz in 1997. It is a plastic key fob to be used in place of the traditional metal key. Electronics that control locking systems and the ignitions made it possible to replace the traditional key with a sophisticated… …

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  • 76William Stanford — (1837 1880) was an Australian sculptor.He was born in England in 1836 or 1837 and as a youth was apprenticed to a stone mason. He came to Victoria in 1852 and for a time worked on the diggings at Bendigo. In 1854 he was found guilty on a charge… …

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  • 77gusset — /gus it/, n. 1. a small, triangular piece of material inserted into a shirt, shoe, etc., to improve the fit or for reinforcement. Cf. godet (def. 1), gore3 (def. 1). 2. Civil Engin. a plate for uniting structural members at a joint, as in a steel …

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  • 78triangle — triangled, adj. /truy ang geuhl/, n. 1. a closed plane figure having three sides and three angles. 2. a flat triangular piece, usually of plastic, with straight edges, used in connection with a T square for drawing perpendicular lines, geometric… …

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  • 79STANFORD, William (c. 1837-1880) — sculptor was born in England in 1836 or 1837 and as a youth was apprenticed to a stone mason. He came to Victoria in 1852 and for a time worked on the diggings at Bendigo. In 1854 he was found guilty on a charge of horse stealing and was… …

    Dictionary of Australian Biography

  • 80godet — n. (French) triangular piece of fabric inserted to a skirt or other piece of clothing to make it more flared …

    English contemporary dictionary