KeyWEn.com  
 
 
 
Leicester       Article     History   Tree Map
  Encyclopedia of Keywords > United Kingdom > England > Northamptonshire > Grand Union Canal > Leicester   Michael Charnine

Keywords and Sections
ALEC JEFFREYS
SUPERWASP ARCHIVE
LEICESTER BRANCH
WALKERS STADIUM
LEICESTER PLC
LEICESTER SECTION
LEICESTER ARM
PETER SHILTON
MARTIN ALLEN
GRACE ROAD
LEICESTER LINE
LEICESTER MERCURY
LEICESTER PRIDE
LEICESTER SQUARE
LEADING
SUN
PERFORMANCE
SIGNING
CHURCH
BANKS
JOINING
PARLIAMENT
JOB
EDITOR
DAUGHTER
BOTTOM
DECADES
SON
ROBERT
STAND
SUCCESS
NORTH-EAST
HITCHIN
FOOTBALLER
RUMORS
FATHER
ELIZABETH
DERBY
WORK
DECEMBER 29
LARGE POPULATION
WASPS
FRANCE
ORGANISERS
ART GALLERY
FA CUP FINAL
Review of Short Phrases and Links

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

Definitions

  1. Leicester was a county borough.
  2. Leicester were never out of the bottom two after November and were relegated with just 6 wins and only Ipswich Town below them. (Web site)
  3. Leicester is expected by 2011 to become the first major city in Britain in which the ethnic minority population will form a majority.
  4. Leicester was also on a competing line from London to the North, built by the Great Central Railway in the late 1890s.
  5. Alliance & Leicester is growing its customer base.

Alec Jeffreys

  1. Alec Jeffreys and his team at the University of Leicester. (Web site)

Superwasp Archive

  1. Data will be provided directly from the University of Leicester, which will host the SuperWASP archive on behalf of the WASP consortium. (Web site)

Leicester Branch

  1. Easter 1998 took us up the Leicester branch of the Grand Union Canal.

Walkers Stadium

  1. It is still a significant presence in Leicester and sponsor Leicester City football team's stadium, the Walkers Stadium.

Leicester Plc

  1. Alliance & Leicester plc - Alliance & Leicester is one of the UK's major financial services groups.

Leicester Section

  1. The Leicester section of the Grand Union Canal is interesting and varied.

Leicester Arm

  1. The event takes place at the marina to the east of the village of Crick, Northamptonshire on the Grand Union Canal 's Leicester Arm.

Peter Shilton

  1. Coming through the ranks at Leicester City was a young local goalkeeper called Peter Shilton, who was given his debut as a 17-year-old in 1966.

Martin Allen

  1. On August 29, Dowie was linked with the vacant manager's position at Leicester City following the dismissal of Martin Allen.

Grace Road

  1. Leicestershire Foxes won the toss at Grace Road, Leicester and elected to bat.

Leicester Line

  1. On the Leicester Line of the Grand Union Canal there are two arms.

Leicester Mercury

  1. Leicester Mercury is a newspaper in Leicester, United Kingdom covering general news.

Leicester Pride

  1. Leicester Pride is an annual gay pride event in Victoria Park in Leicester, England. (Web site)

Leicester Square

  1. It is a few minutes walk to the tube (Northern Line) for quick link to Waterloo and Leicester Square.
  2. This went to William Tassie, a gem engraver and modeller, of Leicester Fields (now Leicester Square).

Leading

  1. The University of Leicester is leading the effort to store and analyse the vast amount of data that will be collected with the SuperWASP cameras. (Web site)

Sun

  1. In the Codex Leicester, for example, he was the first to suggest that the moon not only reflected the light of the sun but also the light of the earth.
  2. Space physicists from the University of Leicester are part of an international team that has identified the impact of the Sun on Mars' atmosphere. (Web site)

Performance

  1. Alliance & Leicester has made a very good start to 2007 and I am confident that the Group will be able to build on this performance in the future.

Signing

  1. Leicester City have completed the signing of the Everton reserve striker James Vaughan on an initial one-month loan deal. (Web site)

Church

  1. Early in the summer of 1994, our church organized a bus trip to a large charismatic church in Leicester, one of the hotspots of the Blessing.

Banks

  1. The boy's name was Peter Shilton and Leicester now considered him good enough to let Banks go.

Joining

  1. In recent years, customers joining Alliance & Leicester have, on average, been both younger and had higher incomes than those joining our competitors.

Parliament

  1. The Parliament of Bats was a Parliament of England that was held in 1426 in Leicester.

Job

  1. Musgrove had been O'Farrell's assistant at Leicester City and was appointed to do the same job at Manchester United.

Editor

  1. Paul Leicester Ford (1865-1902) was an American bibliographer, editor, biographer, and novelist. (Web site)

Daughter

  1. Hilary Hemingway is an American author and wife to author Jeff Lindsay and daughter of Leicester Hemingway, Ernest Hemingway 's brother.

Bottom

  1. Second from bottom came Leicester City, who won just six Premiership games in their first top division season for eight years. (Web site)

Decades

  1. Along with the rest of Britain's regional daily press, the Leicester Mercury has struggled in circulation terms over the past two decades. (Web site)

Son

  1. Paul Leicester Ford was born in Brooklyn, N.Y., the son of a bibliophile whose superb collection of Americana was valued at $100,000. (Web site)

Robert

  1. His ancestry is uncertain but he was probably the son of William de Hamilton (third son of Robert de Beaumont, 3rd Earl of Leicester) and Mary of Strathearn.

Stand

  1. He is surely worth more - a stand at Grace Road, Leicester, perhaps, strategically placed for a square cut at one end and a pull at the other.

Success

  1. Brian Little seemed the right man after all the success he had enjoyed in turning around the fortunes of Darlington, Leicester City and Aston Villa.
  2. Diuma preached to the Middle English of Leicester with much success, Peada, their ealdorman, son of Penda, having himself already embraced the new faith.
  3. Rugby union clubs such as Leicester Tigers, London Wasps and the Northampton Saints have had success in the Europe-wide Heineken Cup. (Web site)

North-East

  1. Situated on the Midland Main Line, 20 km (12½ miles) north of Leicester, the station lies to the north-east of the town centre.
  2. The road from Coventry to Leicester enters the former parish at Clifford Bridge and as Hinckley or Ansty Road runs north-east towards Ansty. (Web site)

Hitchin

  1. The Great Northern line was approved by Parliament in 1846 and a Midland Railway spur from Leicester to Hitchin was agreed in 1847.

Footballer

  1. Jason started his career as a footballer with his hometown club of Leicester as a trainee, but first team opportunities were difficult to come by.

Rumors

  1. However, rumors of affairs abounded, one of the most enduring being with Robert Dudley, 1st Earl of Leicester.

Father

  1. Meanwhile, her father has already begun to nurse a hope she might marry the Queen's favorite, Robert Dudley, 1st Earl of Leicester.

Elizabeth

  1. Elizabeth had many suitors, including King Philip II of Spain; Francis, duke of Alençon and Anjou; and her own favorite, Robert Dudley, earl of Leicester. (Web site)
  2. Strongbow's mother was Isabel (Elizabeth) de Beaumont, sister to Robert earl of Leicester and Waleran count of Meulan. (Web site)

Derby

  1. Several former county boroughs such as Derby, Leicester and Stoke on Trent regained unitary status. (Web site)

Work

  1. Kirby Muxloe Castle, four miles west of Leicester, is the companion of Ashby Castle, being the work of William, Lord Hastings.
  2. Adams left in October 2001 to work as Dave Bassett 's assistant at Leicester, being replaced by former Leicester manager Peter Taylor. (Web site)

December 29

  1. Ellison lived in Kendal throughout his childhood, and now lives in Leicester with his wife Susie, whom he married on December 29 2008. (Web site)

Large Population

  1. In the decades after World War II Leicester gained a large population of immigrants from the Indian sub-continent, and from Uganda in the early 1970s. (Web site)

Wasps

  1. The last seven European Cup finals have been dominated by four champions - Wasps, Munster, Toulouse and Leicester.

France

  1. She was a daughter of count Hugh of Vermandois, a son of Henry I of France, and was the widow of Robert de Beaumont, 1st Earl of Leicester. (Web site)

Organisers

  1. Organisers are promising quality Christmas nights out, the likes of which have never been seen before in Leicester, making Grace Road the place to be.

Art Gallery

  1. The New Walk Museum and Art Gallery is a museum on New Walk in Leicester, England, not far from the city centre. (Web site)

Fa Cup Final

  1. In 1963, Busby had successfully rebuilt United as he guided them to a 3-1 victory over Leicester City in the FA Cup final.
  2. He'd led Leicester to the FA Cup final in 1969 and, although he'd taken them down that season, took them back up again two years later. (Web site)

Categories

  1. United Kingdom > England > Northamptonshire > Grand Union Canal
  2. Braunston
  3. Earl
  4. World > Countries > United Kingdom > England
  5. Castles > Gates > Doors > Locks

Subcategories

Dave Bassett
Grace Road

    Related Keywords

      * Alliance * Bedford * Birmingham * Bolton * Braunston * City * County Borough * Coventry * Earl * East Midlands * England * Fa Cup * First Opera * Gary Lineker * Gloucester * Grand Union Canal * House * Janet Farrar * Leicestershire * Leicester City * Locks * London * Manager * Member * Norton Junction * Nottingham * October 27 * Trent * United Kingdom * University * Warwickshire
    1. Books about "Leicester" in Amazon.com

    Book: Keywen Category Structure


      Short phrases about "Leicester"
      Originally created: August 01, 2010.
      Links checked: June 19, 2013.
      Please send us comments and questions by this Online Form
      Please click on Move Up to move good phrases up.
    0.0207 sec. a=1..