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NORWICH CATHEDRAL
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Review of Short Phrases and Links

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

Definitions

  1. Norwich is one of the exceptions and in a very substantial sense the institution, today, is the lengthened shadow of its founder, Captain Alden Partridge.
  2. Norwich is home to Norfolk's only university, the University of East Anglia, and is the county's main business and culture centre. (Web site)
  3. Norwich were promoted straight back to the First Division in 1981-82, but Fashanu managed just five league appearances and scored once.
  4. Norwich are not given to unnecessary barking but they will warn of a stranger approaching. (Web site)
  5. Julian of Norwich, an anchoress of the 14th century, continues to attract much interest.

Son

  1. Walker is the son of former Wales goalkeeper, and Norwich City and Everton manager Mike Walker. (Web site)

Regions

  1. Sillimanite is found in the regions of North America, Worcester, Massachusetts and Norwich.

Images

  1. Capitalist Music - Words, sounds and images about the '80s alternative rock band from Norwich, England.
  2. Mystics like Julian of Norwich, Hildegard of Bingen and Mechtild of Magdeburg freely used feminine names and images for God centuries ago. (Web site)

Mother

  1. John Curtis was born in Norwich in 1791, son of an engraver, and his mother was described as a 'cultivator of flowers'.

Student Body

  1. The Civil War greatly depleted the student body of the University, for Norwich was a military school. (Web site)

Luke Hansard

  1. The first printer of this name, Luke Hansard, was born in Norwich.

John Dalrymple

  1. John Dalrymple (1803 - May 2, 1852) was an English ophthalmologist who was born in Norwich. (Web site)

Norfolk Broads

  1. It situated on the south side of the River Bure, within the Norfolk Broads, and some eight miles north-east of Norwich. (Web site)

Norwich Union British Grand Prix

  1. Dwain Chambers will appear in the Norwich Union British Grand Prix in Gateshead on Sunday, albeit perhaps in name only.

First Sky Blues Goal

  1. Chris Birchall scored his first Sky Blues goal v Norwich with a 25 yard low drive stunner.

English Kennel Club

  1. In 1932, the Norwich was granted acceptance into the English Kennel Club and the first written standard was created. (Web site)

Connecticut Defenders

  1. The Albany team later moved across the Long Island Sound, to Norwich, Connecticut and became the Navigators, who are now known as the Connecticut Defenders.

Darren Huckerby

  1. Free kick crossed right-footed by Darren Huckerby(Norwich) from left channel, resulting in ball out of play. (Web site)

Norwich University Hospital

  1. When the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital was established in 2001, the Jenny Lind Children's Department moved with it, where it remains today.

Alden Partridge

  1. A native of Norwich, Vermont, Alden Partridge was a pioneer in American military education.

Norwich Terrier Puppy

  1. Once you find your Norwich Terrier puppy, stop our Puppy Supply Store for everything you need for your NEW Norwich Terrier.

Carrow Road

  1. Four goals from Darren Bent helped ease the pain of Robbie Keane's departure as Tottenham cruised to a 5-1 friendly victory over Norwich at Carrow Road.
  2. Carrow Road is the football stadium of Norwich City Football Club who currently play in the Football League Championship. (Web site)
  3. Obviously Norwich City at Carrow Road is a fixture I've been looking forward.

Bombazine

  1. The crape formerly made at Norwich was made with a silk warp and worsted weft and is said to have afterwards degenerated into bombazine.
  2. Bombazine is said to have been made in England in Elizabeth I's reign, and early in the 19th century it was largely made at Norwich.

Norwich City Manager

  1. Bryan Gunn, the former Scotland, Aberdeen and Norwich City goalkeeper, & now Norwich city Manager was born in Thurso in 1963.

Norwich School

  1. Nelson was briefly educated at Paston Grammar School, North Walsham, and Norwich School, and by the time he was twelve he had enrolled in the Royal Navy.

Norwich Cathedral

  1. Norwich Cathedral is one of England's prettiest, while the Castle contains an art gallery, museum and local history exhibitions.

Norfolk Terrier

  1. Exercise: The Norwich Terrier and the Norfolk Terrier can adapt to apartment living as long as they get their exercise several times a day. (Web site)

Justin Fashanu

  1. The former Norwich City and Nottingham Forest footballer, Justin Fashanu, died as a result of hanging, a post-mortem examination has concluded. (Web site)

Norwich City

  1. Norwich City appointed assistant John Deehan as Mike Walker 's successor after their manager moved to Everton.
  2. Justin Fashanu began his career as an apprentice with Norwich City, turning professional towards the end of December 1978. (Web site)
  3. The largest deal of the transfer window was Dean Ashton?s 7.25 million arrival from Norwich City.

Ideals

  1. Norwich Anarchists are a community orientated group of activists that use campaigns and direct action to further the ideals of anarchism.

House

  1. The 145 items, dating from about 800BC, were found by Simon Francis as he landscaped the grounds of a house in Cringleford, near Norwich. (Web site)

United Kingdom

  1. Ian Crook, aka 'Chippy', (born in the United Kingdom) made 418 appearances for Norwich City before leaving to coach Sanfrecce Hiroshima in 1997.

Assistant

  1. From 1989 until 1992 he was player-coach at Manchester City before being lured away to Norwich City as Mike Walker 's assistant. (Web site)
  2. While still playing at Norwich City, Megson became assistant to manager John Deehan. (Web site)

Abuse

  1. Justin Fashanu, who played for Norwich, Nottingham Forest and Hearts, endured abuse after coming out in 1990. (Web site)

Founder

  1. Norwich still stands in the shadow of its founder, Captain Alden Partridge, and holds true to the ideals he based his development of the university upon.

County

  1. Baron Abinger, of Abinger in the County of Surrey and of the City of Norwich, is a title in the Peerage of the United Kingdom.

Start

  1. Norwich got a very good 2-0 win against local rivals Ipswich at the start of December which help relieve the pressure on Roeder. (Web site)
  2. The changes included the axing of the Bristol to Norwich service on 14 January 2007, the airlines first dropping of a route since its start in 2003.

Interest

  1. Fairewood Frolic revived interest in the Norwich terrier.

Monks

  1. The Order of Julian of Norwich is a religious order of monks and nuns following the practices of Christian monasticism.
  2. Along that street also parchment was made for use by monks and friars and such like who would have been literate in Julian's day in Norwich.

January

  1. In January 2005 Norwich broke their transfer record when Dean Ashton (an England under-21 international) was bought from Crewe Alexandra for 3 million. (Web site)
  2. He moved to Norwich City as goalkeeping coach in January 2008, linking up again with Norwich boss Glenn Roeder. (Web site)

Author

  1. Professor Peter Trudgill (pronounced [ˈtɹʌd.gɪl]) (born 1943 in Norwich, England) is a sociolinguist, academic and author.

Active

  1. Living Environment: The Norwich Terrier loves to be active but can live well in an apartment without a yard.

Daughter

  1. Amelia Opie (November 12, 1769 - December 2, 1853), English author, daughter of James Alderson, a physician in Norwich, and was born there. (Web site)

Love

  1. William Legge, Llanfairfechan Alec Legge, Norwich: I visited here, fell in love and now I too live here and I'm loving it.
  2. I own a Norwich Terrier called Pepper who is my first dog and I love him to bits.
  3. By way of Rose's interest in the English artists of the Norwich School, Sherrington gained a love of art[4]. (Web site)

Weeks

  1. A move to Luton Town for £12,200 followed just weeks later and he moved on again to Norwich City in September 1963. (Web site)

Organist

  1. A noted British composer, Alfred Gaul was appointed organist at Norwich Cathedral and later held the same position at St. Augustines in Edgbaston. (Web site)

Successes

  1. Bond continued his successes at Norwich, signing great players such as Martin Peters.
  2. His successes at Bournemouth led to him being appointed Norwich City manager in November 1973, replacing Ron Saunders.

Portsmouth

  1. Grant's first signing for Norwich was Jamie Ashdown from Portsmouth on a one month loan.

Club

  1. Find out in a brilliant documentary profile on a new club in Norwich, England, the Norfolk Academy of Gymnastics.

West Ham

  1. Norwich accepted West Ham 's bid after apparently having been in negotiations with them for a few weeks.

London

  1. It lies 9 miles (14 km) to the south west of the city of Norwich, on the A11 road to Thetford and London.
  2. Thomas Morley (born Norwich?, 1557 or 1558; died London, October 1602) was an English composer, music theorist and organist.

Categories

  1. Countries > United Kingdom > England > Norfolk
  2. World > Countries > United States > Connecticut
  3. United Kingdom > England > Suffolk > Ipswich
  4. Six Children
  5. World > Countries > States > Vermont

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