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This Review contains major "Coventry"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.
- Coventry is a city and metropolitan borough in the West Midlands of England.
- Coventry is an ancient city, which predates many of the large cities around it including Birmingham and Leicester.
- Coventry is the ninth largest city in England with a population of 304,746 (2002 estimate).
- Coventry was the silver medalist in the 400 individual medley.
- Coventry is the leading qualifier and Coughlin second-fastest going into Tuesday morning's final.
- Albion just missed out on the Third Division playoffs in 1992, and shortly afterwards Bobby Gould moved to Coventry City.
- The northern section from Napton to Coventry remained well-used by commercial traffic until the 1960s.
- Unfortunately for Coventry, the fifteen metre deficit was too much for Chris Harris to make up and Swindon recorded a 5-1.
- Myself, Millwall and Coventry all had 47 points, all hoping to avoid the final relegation place.
- The Woodlands School, which is an all-boys' school, and Tile Hill Wood School are the only single-sex schools left in Coventry.
- 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.
- There was also a large fort in what is now Edgbaston in Birmingham, and a fort near Coventry (the Lunt Fort).
- Rugby is to some extent a dormitory town for nearby places such as Coventry, Leicester, and Birmingham.
- Alvis cars were produced by the manufacturer Alvis Car and Engineering Company Ltd of Coventry, England from 1919 to 1967.
- Although the Grand Union intended to buy the Oxford Canal and Coventry Canal, this did not take place.
- 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.
- In February, 1938, all negotiations collapsed as Riley (Coventry) and Autovia went bankrupt.
- In the final heat, Natalie Coughlin won the event, but failed to recapture her pre-match records from Coventry.
- Coughlin won the gold medal four years ago in Athens and Coventry took the silver.
- Coventry put down quite a challenge to Coughlin.
- Coughlin will be side-by-side with Coventry in the final.
- 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.
- Modern usage has tended towards using the term to refer to the western part of the West Midlands county, excluding Birmingham, Solihull and Coventry.
- Jaguar Cars Limited is a luxury car manufacturer, originally based at Browns Lane, Coventry, England but now at Whitley, Coventry.
- The company was founded in 1922 with headquarters at Browns Lane, Coventry, England.
- 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, who trains at Longhorn Aquatics, lowered the pool record in the women's 200m backstroke with a time of 2:07.59.
- She breaks the world record time of 2:06.39, held by her former Auburn teammate and Zimbabwe Olympian Kirsty Coventry.
- Thought to be the worst football injury ever seen - David Busst shatters his right leg playing for Coventry against Man Utd.
- In a testimonial for David Busst against Coventry City at Highfield Road, Eric scored twice in a 2-2 draw.
- Coventry Railway Centre is located south of the city, near the airport.
- At Fradley we turned left through the swing bridge section on to the Coventry Canal.
- 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.
- Prospecting for coal in the Coventry district began in Foleshill, in an area just north of Hawkesbury, in 1579.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- In the north of the ward is the Ricoh Arena, home to Coventry City Football Club and the Arena Shopping Centre.
- Tim Flowers has laughed off speculation Theo Walcott could be on his way to Coventry City Football Club.
- Seven ships of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Coventry, after the town of Coventry.
- Also lost on this day was HMS Coventry, a sister to HMS Sheffield, whilst in company with HMS Broadsword.
- See HMS Coventry for other ships of the same name.
- Natalie Coughlin beat the world record holder Kirsty Coventry from Nigeria.
- The canal acts as a base to Mercia Canoe Club, which is part of Coventry Canal Society.
- Coventry Canal Society (external) For excellent information and images of the canal art trail and more.
- Coventry Blaze are a British ice hockey team based in Coventry, England.
- The greatest success of Britten's career was, however, the War Requiem, written for the 1962 consecration of the newly reconstructed Coventry Cathedral.
- The rebuilt Coventry Cathedral was opened in 1962 next to the ruins of the old cathedral.
- It passes near famous landmarks such as Warwick Castle and Coventry Cathedral, with an option to visit the redeveloped Birmingham city centre canalside area.
- Coventry Airport is a small airport in Baginton about 5 km south of Coventry, England.
- Courier On-line, The Coventry Evening Telegraph - local news and sport updated daily from Coventry and Warwickshire.
- Coventry Evening Telegraph is a local tabloid newspaper, founded in 1891 as Coventry 's first daily newspaper.
- Trinity reported that it had no plans to close any other publications in the division, including the Birmingham Mail and the Coventry Evening Telegraph.
- In 1917 the company was renamed to Coventry Climax and moved to East Street, Coventry.
- Our base at Napton is situated 2 miles east of Southam, Warks, midway between Banbury and Coventry.
- 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.
- Soon you come to Marston Junction where you can turn right into the Ashby Canal or carry on up the Coventry.
- Detailed plans of Birmingham, Coventry and Nuneaton at 1:15,000 showing streets, shopping areas, waterway facilities and places of interest.
- It was not, however, until 1794 that William Jessop and Robert Whitworth proposed a canal from the Coventry Canal near Nuneaton.
- There is one branch off the WCML from Nuneaton to Coventry, and there is a station at Bedworth on this branch.
- 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.
- Got to Hawkesbury junction and headed up the Coventry canal and finally called it a day just north of Polesworth.
- Julianne Regan (born 30 June 1962, Coventry) is an English singer, song writer, guitarist, bass guitarist and keyboard player.
- Singer was an automobile company founded in 1905 in Coventry, England.
- Busst is currently employed by Coventry as the Director of Football in the Community.
- The line from Coventry to Nuneaton was reopened to passengers in 1988.
- The company also built the Coventry Canal between Fazeley and Whittington Brook owing to the former's difficulties in completing its line.
- In August, 1894, the family was living in Meriden, Coventry where a son, Cyril, was born.
- In early 1820 the family moved to a house named Griff, part way between Nuneaton and Coventry.
- A disused engine house, built 1821, stands on the western bank of the Coventry Canal.
- The history and activities of the society with information on the Coventry canal and the canal art trail.
- The society was established for the public benefit of an area comprising of Bedworth, Bulkington, Exhall and the parts of Keresley not in Coventry.
- 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.
- The car was initially conceived in 1965 for a 1.5-litre (92- cubic inch) Coventry Climax engine, but never raced in this form.
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