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*  County Hall, London
On 21 October 2005, the High Court of England and Wales upheld a bid by the owners of the building, Shirayama Shokusan, to have ...
*  London Borough of Islington
The borough is home to football club Arsenal, one of the most successful clubs in England and its home Emirates Stadium that is ... The merged entity remains the second smallest borough in London and the third smallest district in England. The borough ... According to the 2011 census, Islington has the highest population density of local authorities in England and Wales-13,875 ... local authorities in England and Wales, Office for National Statistics (2012). See Classification of ethnicity in the United ...
*  Salford Quays
Historic England, "Salford Quays (516326)", PastScape, retrieved 28 April 2008 Salford Quays Milestones: The Story of Salford ... Salford Quays is an area of Salford, Greater Manchester, England, near the end of the Manchester Ship Canal. Previously the ...
*  International Students House, London
England hostel website with brief description "Student Movement House (lost)". UK War Memorials. Imperial War Museums. ...
*  Sutton, Cambridgeshire
Sutton is a small civil parish that is located near Peterborough, in the North-West of Cambridgeshire, England in the East ... Wilson, John Marius (1872). Imperial Gazetteer of England and Wales. Edinburgh. Retrieved 21 April 2015. Office of National ... this is how John Marius Wilson's Imperial Gazetteer of England and Wales described Sutton: SUTTON, a chapelry in Castor parish ...
*  Municipal Borough of Finchley
"Middlesex". Civic Heraldry of England and Wales. Retrieved 2009-05-05. Scott-Giles, C Wilfrid (1953). Civic Heraldry of England ... Finchley was a local government district in Middlesex, England, from 1878 to 1965. It formed part of the northern suburbs of ...
*  Harold Hill
... is a large suburban district in northeast London, England, and part of the London Borough of Havering. Located 16.6 ... it has become one of the fastest improving schools in England helping Harold Hill improve in the future. It has had so much ...
*  West Indies cricket team
54 against England at Lord's in 2000 Against: 46 by England in Port of Spain in 1993-94; 51 by England in Kingston in 2008-09 ... 749 for 9 declared against England in Bridgetown in 2008-2009 Against: 849 by England in Kingston in 1929-30; 758 for 8 ... In 1998, the Test against England was abandoned here on the opening day because the pitch was too dangerous. It has a capacity ... The West Indies defeated England for the first time at Lord's on 29 June 1950 and, on 16 August 1950, completed a 3-1 series ...
*  East Midlands
Umbro took over the England kit after the 1982 World Cup in 1984. Nike make the England kit today. The East Midlands is home to ... The region has the second-lowest overall population density in England (after South West England), largely due to the low ... The Bank of England's MPC Agency for the East Midlands is sited on the ng2 estate, near Experian and its economic data. RBS ... The Trent is the only river in England to be able to support cooling water for power stations for most of its length; it has ...
*  New England Confederation
Dominion of New England, an entirely different entity, 1686-1689 History of New England New England Colonies William Henry ... The United Colonies of New England, commonly known as the New England Confederation, was a short-lived military alliance of the ... The Articles of Confederation of the United Colonies of New England Settlements New England Confederation. ...
*  Suicide by hanging
In England and Wales, hanging is the most commonly used method, and is particularly prevalent in the group of males aged 15-44 ... Biddle, L.; Brock, A.; Brookes, S. T; Gunnell, D. (2008). "Suicide rates in young men in England and Wales in the 21st century ... "Trends in suicide by method in England and Wales, 1979 to 2001". "Health Statistics Quarterly" (PDF). (851 KB) (Office for ...
*  England
England's National Day is 23 April which is St George's Day: St George is the patron saint of England. England portal United ... Before the union England was ruled by its monarch and the Parliament of England. Today England is governed directly by the ... "Church of England". BBC. Retrieved 4 December 2010. "In depth history of the Church of England". Church of England. Retrieved ... The England cricket team is a composite England and Wales team. One of the game's top rivalries is The Ashes series between ...
*  Forrest England
England was the author of the book Coaching the T Formation: A Veritable Bible of T Formation Coaching Information for Coaches ... England earned a bachelor's degree from Illinois College and a master's degree from the University of Missouri. After retiring ... Forrest William "Frosty" England (October 29, 1912 - June 25, 2002) was an American football coach and college athletic ... "England; Forrest W. 'Frosty'". The Blade. Toledo, Ohio. June 26, 2002. Retrieved August 3, 2016. ...
*  England's Gazetteer
... , or, an accurate description of all the cities, towns, and villages of the kingdom was a large road atlas ... each of which offered maps of the roads of England and Wales. Editions 1 and 2 included a dictionary of the cities, ... Internet Archive https://archive.org/details/englandsgazettee02whatiala] Stephen Whatley (1751). England's Gazetteer. London: ...
*  England (band)
England were a progressive rock group active in the late 1970s, and briefly reformed in 2006. The band is notable for their ... "England : Discography". Allmusic. Retrieved 2 September 2013. Awde, Nick (2008). Mellotron : The Machines and the Musicians ... Strik, Henri (2005). "Nostalgia: 'Garden Shed' by England". Background Magazine. Retrieved 2 September 2013. Awde 2008, p. 358 ...
*  England Peak
England, a USGS geophysicist who worked in the Dufek Massif during the 1976-77 and 1978-79 seasons. "England Peak". Geographic ... England Peak is a sharp peak in Antarctica, about 2,150 metres (7,050 ft) high, located 0.5 nautical miles (1 km) south of ... This article incorporates public domain material from the United States Geological Survey document "England Peak" (content from ...
*  Mount England
... who named it for Royal Navy Lieutenant Rupert England of the Morning, relief ship to the expedition. "England, Mount". ... Mount England (77°3′S 162°27′E / 77.050°S 162.450°E / -77.050; 162.450Coordinates: 77°3′S 162°27′E / 77.050°S 162.450°E ... This article incorporates public domain material from the United States Geological Survey document "England, Mount" (content ...
*  Ernie England
"Ernest England". Westhamstats.info. Retrieved 2010-05-20. "Ernie England". A Love Supreme. Retrieved 2008-07-31. "Ernie England ... Ernie England (3 February 1901 - 22 February 1982) was an English footballer who played for Sunderland as a full back. He made ... "Ernie England". The Stat Cat. Archived from the original on 8 July 2008. Retrieved 2008-07-31. " ...
*  NHS England
"NHS England Chairman welcomes new name". NHS England. Retrieved 11 April 2012. "Exclusive: NHS England to cut hundreds of posts ... NHS England oversees the budget, planning, delivery and day-to-day operation of the commissioning side of the NHS in England as ... NHS England employs around 6,500 staff in 50 sites around England. Most of its staff previously worked for the decommissioned ... NHS England is the operating name of the NHS Commissioning Board and, before that, the NHS Commissioning Board Authority. It ...
*  Audie England
Adrienne Marie "Audie" England (born July 12, 1967) is an American actress and professional photographer. England was born in ... "Adrienne M England Address, Map, and Phone Number". Zabasearch.com. Retrieved 2014-05-24. "Audie England". IMDb.com. Retrieved ... In 1998, England was voted one of People's "Most Beautiful Stars." Audie has been married to director/producer, Peter M. Lenkov ... Since then, England has appeared in several Zalman King productions, including guest appearances on the film series Red Shoe ...
*  Lincoln, England
The Bishops of Lincoln were among the magnates of medieval England: the Diocese of Lincoln, the largest in England, had more ... When it was built in the late 12th century, the Bishop's Palace was one of the most important buildings in England. Built by ... During the 13th century, Lincoln was the third largest city in England and was a favourite of more than one king. During the ... Lincoln (/ˈlɪŋkən/ LIN-kən) is a cathedral city and the county town of Lincolnshire in the East Midlands of England. The non- ...
*  Sue England
... , (born July 17, 1930 in Tulsa, Oklahoma), is an American retired actress. England won beauty titles as a youngster ... "Sue England". Herald Online. Retrieved April 11, 2014. Sue England on IMDb. ... England later turned to television work and acted in shows such as Lost in Space, The Cisco Kid, Father Knows Best and Perry ... England's professional acting career began in 1945, when she played Merle Oberon's daughter Susette Touzac in This Love of Ours ...
*  Wayne England
"Wayne England and Christopher Rush - All Good Things in Magic: The Gathering by Christopher Cooper, Manaleak.com, Magic the ... Wayne England (died 9 February 2016) was an English artist whose work regularly appeared in role-playing games, wargaming ... England produced interior illustrations for Games Workshop since Realms of Chaos books, many Dungeons & Dragons books, and did ... "Wayne England :: Pen & Paper RPG Database". Archived from the original on ,archive-url= requires ,archive-date= (help). ...
*  Durham, England
It was one of the first universities to open in England for more than 600 years, and is claimed to be England's third oldest ... Historic England. "The Victoria, Durham (1381263)". National Heritage List for England (NHLE). Retrieved 19 August 2014. Good ... "There are two kings in England, namely the Lord King of England, wearing a crown in sign of his regality and the Lord Bishop of ... This led to him being known as the "wonder worker of England". Secondly, after the first translation of his relics in 698 AD, ...
*  England's Triumph
... the ballad takes as its primary focus the coronation of William III of England and his consort Mary II of England, which took ... in the Throne of England, on the 13th. of this instant February. 1688, or simply England's Triumph, is an English broadside ... England's Triumph, Or, The Kingdom's Joy for the proclaiming of King William and His Royal Consort, Queen Mary, ... The coregency also brought about a shift in the religious paradigm of 17th-century England, which was Roman Catholic when James ...