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BOBBY GOULD
NAPTON
SWINDON
MILLWALL
WOODLANDS SCHOOL
WORLD RECORD TIME
LUNT FORT
LEICESTER
MANUFACTURER ALVIS CAR
GRAND UNION
PLAYING
RILEY
NATALIE COUGHLIN
COUGHLIN
WEST MIDLANDS COUNTY
BROWNS LANE
COVENTRY FACTORY
ZIMBABWE OLYMPIAN KIRSTY COVENTRY
DAVID BUSST
COVENTRY RAILWAY CENTRE
FRADLEY
HAWKESBURY
BRAUNSTON
COVENTRY CITY FOOTBALL CLUB
HMS COVENTRY
WORLD RECORD HOLDER KIRSTY COVENTRY
COVENTRY CANAL SOCIETY
COVENTRY BLAZE
COVENTRY CATHEDRAL
COVENTRY AIRPORT
COVENTRY EVENING TELEGRAPH
COVENTRY CLIMAX
BANBURY
COVENTRY CANAL COMPANY
ASHBY CANAL
NUNEATON
BEDWORTH
HAWKESBURY JUNCTION
SONG WRITER
SINGER
DIRECTOR
LINE
SON
HOUSE
SOCIETY
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Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Coventry"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. Coventry is a city and metropolitan borough in the West Midlands of England. (Web site)
  2. Coventry is an ancient city, which predates many of the large cities around it including Birmingham and Leicester.
  3. Coventry is the ninth largest city in England with a population of 304,746 (2002 estimate).
  4. Coventry was the silver medalist in the 400 individual medley. (Web site)
  5. Coventry is the leading qualifier and Coughlin second-fastest going into Tuesday morning's final.

Bobby Gould

  1. Albion just missed out on the Third Division playoffs in 1992, and shortly afterwards Bobby Gould moved to Coventry City.

Napton

  1. The northern section from Napton to Coventry remained well-used by commercial traffic until the 1960s.

Swindon

  1. Unfortunately for Coventry, the fifteen metre deficit was too much for Chris Harris to make up and Swindon recorded a 5-1.

Millwall

  1. Myself, Millwall and Coventry all had 47 points, all hoping to avoid the final relegation place.

Woodlands School

  1. The Woodlands School, which is an all-boys' school, and Tile Hill Wood School are the only single-sex schools left in Coventry.

World Record Time

  1. For Coventry, the win was her first gold medal of the 2008 Beijing Games as she won by nearly a full second with her world record time of 2:05.24. (Web site)

Lunt Fort

  1. There was also a large fort in what is now Edgbaston in Birmingham, and a fort near Coventry (the Lunt Fort). (Web site)

Leicester

  1. Rugby is to some extent a dormitory town for nearby places such as Coventry, Leicester, and Birmingham.

Manufacturer Alvis Car

  1. Alvis cars were produced by the manufacturer Alvis Car and Engineering Company Ltd of Coventry, England from 1919 to 1967.

Grand Union

  1. Although the Grand Union intended to buy the Oxford Canal and Coventry Canal, this did not take place.

Playing

  1. Christopher Birchall (born May 5, 1984) is a football player, currently playing in midfield for Scottish club side St Mirren, on-loan from Coventry City.

Riley

  1. In February, 1938, all negotiations collapsed as Riley (Coventry) and Autovia went bankrupt.

Natalie Coughlin

  1. In the final heat, Natalie Coughlin won the event, but failed to recapture her pre-match records from Coventry. (Web site)

Coughlin

  1. Coughlin won the gold medal four years ago in Athens and Coventry took the silver. (Web site)
  2. Coventry put down quite a challenge to Coughlin. (Web site)
  3. Coughlin will be side-by-side with Coventry in the final. (Web site)

West Midlands County

  1. The city of Coventry is also located within the West Midlands county, but is separated from the conurbation to the west by several miles of green belt.
  2. Modern usage has tended towards using the term to refer to the western part of the West Midlands county, excluding Birmingham, Solihull and Coventry.

Browns Lane

  1. Jaguar Cars Limited is a luxury car manufacturer, originally based at Browns Lane, Coventry, England but now at Whitley, Coventry.
  2. The company was founded in 1922 with headquarters at Browns Lane, Coventry, England.

Coventry Factory

  1. In 1931 The company merged with the British Daimler company, who were owned by BSA and production moved to their Coventry factory.

Zimbabwe Olympian Kirsty Coventry

  1. Zimbabwe Olympian Kirsty Coventry, who trains at Longhorn Aquatics, lowered the pool record in the women's 200m backstroke with a time of 2:07.59.
  2. She breaks the world record time of 2:06.39, held by her former Auburn teammate and Zimbabwe Olympian Kirsty Coventry. (Web site)

David Busst

  1. Thought to be the worst football injury ever seen - David Busst shatters his right leg playing for Coventry against Man Utd.
  2. In a testimonial for David Busst against Coventry City at Highfield Road, Eric scored twice in a 2-2 draw. (Web site)

Coventry Railway Centre

  1. Coventry Railway Centre is located south of the city, near the airport.

Fradley

  1. At Fradley we turned left through the swing bridge section on to the Coventry Canal. (Web site)

Hawkesbury

  1. Funds were soon raised and James Bradley appointed as surveyor and engineer to build a 91-mile canal from Hawkesbury, just north of Coventry, to Oxford.
  2. Prospecting for coal in the Coventry district began in Foleshill, in an area just north of Hawkesbury, in 1579. (Web site)

Braunston

  1. So after a good social break we got our cover fitted and headed off out of Braunston and onto the Coventry canal at Hawksbury Junction.
  2. In the 1820s the northern section of the canal between Braunston and Coventry was straightened out and shortened in an attempt to compete with the railways. (Web site)

Coventry City Football Club

  1. Peugeot were once the shirt sponsors of Coventry City Football Club, who played just a few miles away from the Ryton plant, during the 1990s.
  2. In the north of the ward is the Ricoh Arena, home to Coventry City Football Club and the Arena Shopping Centre. (Web site)
  3. Tim Flowers has laughed off speculation Theo Walcott could be on his way to Coventry City Football Club.

Hms Coventry

  1. Seven ships of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Coventry, after the town of Coventry. (Web site)
  2. Also lost on this day was HMS Coventry, a sister to HMS Sheffield, whilst in company with HMS Broadsword.
  3. See HMS Coventry for other ships of the same name. (Web site)

World Record Holder Kirsty Coventry

  1. Natalie Coughlin beat the world record holder Kirsty Coventry from Nigeria.

Coventry Canal Society

  1. The canal acts as a base to Mercia Canoe Club, which is part of Coventry Canal Society. (Web site)
  2. Coventry Canal Society (external) For excellent information and images of the canal art trail and more.

Coventry Blaze

  1. Coventry Blaze are a British ice hockey team based in Coventry, England.

Coventry Cathedral

  1. The greatest success of Britten's career was, however, the War Requiem, written for the 1962 consecration of the newly reconstructed Coventry Cathedral.
  2. The rebuilt Coventry Cathedral was opened in 1962 next to the ruins of the old cathedral. (Web site)
  3. It passes near famous landmarks such as Warwick Castle and Coventry Cathedral, with an option to visit the redeveloped Birmingham city centre canalside area. (Web site)

Coventry Airport

  1. Coventry Airport is a small airport in Baginton about 5 km south of Coventry, England.

Coventry Evening Telegraph

  1. Courier On-line, The Coventry Evening Telegraph - local news and sport updated daily from Coventry and Warwickshire.
  2. Coventry Evening Telegraph is a local tabloid newspaper, founded in 1891 as Coventry 's first daily newspaper. (Web site)
  3. Trinity reported that it had no plans to close any other publications in the division, including the Birmingham Mail and the Coventry Evening Telegraph. (Web site)

Coventry Climax

  1. In 1917 the company was renamed to Coventry Climax and moved to East Street, Coventry. (Web site)

Banbury

  1. Our base at Napton is situated 2 miles east of Southam, Warks, midway between Banbury and Coventry.

Coventry Canal Company

  1. The Coventry Canal Company was formed in 1768 and James Brindley was commissioned to build it, work started on the canal in the december of that year. (Web site)

Ashby Canal

  1. Soon you come to Marston Junction where you can turn right into the Ashby Canal or carry on up the Coventry. (Web site)

Nuneaton

  1. Detailed plans of Birmingham, Coventry and Nuneaton at 1:15,000 showing streets, shopping areas, waterway facilities and places of interest. (Web site)
  2. It was not, however, until 1794 that William Jessop and Robert Whitworth proposed a canal from the Coventry Canal near Nuneaton.

Bedworth

  1. There is one branch off the WCML from Nuneaton to Coventry, and there is a station at Bedworth on this branch. (Web site)
  2. Bedworth has good transport links being situated immediate north of the M6 motorway at junction 3, and being served by the Coventry to Nuneaton railway line. (Web site)

Hawkesbury Junction

  1. Got to Hawkesbury junction and headed up the Coventry canal and finally called it a day just north of Polesworth.

Song Writer

  1. Julianne Regan (born 30 June 1962, Coventry) is an English singer, song writer, guitarist, bass guitarist and keyboard player.

Singer

  1. Singer was an automobile company founded in 1905 in Coventry, England.

Director

  1. Busst is currently employed by Coventry as the Director of Football in the Community. (Web site)

Line

  1. The line from Coventry to Nuneaton was reopened to passengers in 1988. (Web site)
  2. The company also built the Coventry Canal between Fazeley and Whittington Brook owing to the former's difficulties in completing its line.

Son

  1. In August, 1894, the family was living in Meriden, Coventry where a son, Cyril, was born. (Web site)

House

  1. In early 1820 the family moved to a house named Griff, part way between Nuneaton and Coventry. (Web site)
  2. A disused engine house, built 1821, stands on the western bank of the Coventry Canal.

Society

  1. The history and activities of the society with information on the Coventry canal and the canal art trail.
  2. The society was established for the public benefit of an area comprising of Bedworth, Bulkington, Exhall and the parts of Keresley not in Coventry. (Web site)

Car

  1. After leaving one car there we travelled via Coventry, and a fish and chip shop found using Google, to Ansty where Jannock had been left 12 days ago. (Web site)
  2. The car was initially conceived in 1965 for a 1.5-litre (92- cubic inch) Coventry Climax engine, but never raced in this form. (Web site)

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  2. Countries > United Kingdom > England > Birmingham
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