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ADVANCED
HEART
TEAM
SUNSPOT
CRANMER
AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY
HARVEY BALL
HENRY SOMERSET
WYRE FOREST
PARTICULAR PORCELAIN
WORCESTER PARK AREA
WORCESTER SAUCE
WORCESTER BAR
WORCESTER PARK
WORCESTER POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE
WORCESTER SHARKS
WORCESTER ICECATS
ROYAL WORCESTER
TWENTIETH CENTURY
CLASS
ARRIVAL
PHILIPPINES
EXTENDED
TITLE
MARCH
PROBLEM
SITUATION
POSITION
PRESTIGE
HOME
COUNTRYSIDE
YORK
CHELSEA
MASS
CAUCUS
UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY
WORK
NEARBY TOWN
APRIL
MARCH 31
LONDON
COLLEGE
CABAL
ARCHBISHOP
ALDRED
STAFFORDSHIRE
Review of Short Phrases and Links

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Definitions

  1. Worcester was also the home of Harvey Ball, the inventor of the Smiley Face.
  2. Fr. Worcester is enthusiastic about the variety of contributors, including Jesuits from several countries. (Web site)
  3. Royal Worcester is a prestige collectible with signed pieces by the artists.
  4. As with Worcester, the style and position of the letters was not recorded, so the appearance of the ensign is supposition. (Web site)
  5. South of Worcester are the steep Malvern Hills, which offer views across the rich agricultural landscape.

Advanced

  1. As soon as he advanced toward Worcester, in order to eliminate any pro Yorkist support, which could be gained, the Stafford brothers fled into sanctuary. (Web site)

Heart

  1. One of England's greatest composers, Sir Edward Elgar, was born in this pretty country cottage near Worcester in the heart of England.

Team

  1. In 1994 the team relocated to Worcester and was replaced by the current Springfield Falcons, who play at the MassMutual Center. (Web site)

Sunspot

  1. A large sunspot was also seen in the time of Charlemagne and sunspot activity in 1129 was described by John of Worcester. (Web site)

Cranmer

  1. In 1539, John Bell succeeded Hugh Latimer as bishop of Worcester and was consecrated by Cranmer on 17 August.

American Antiquarian Society

  1. The American Antiquarian Society was founded in 1812, with its headquarters at Worcester, Massachusetts.

Harvey Ball

  1. Harvey Ball was born and raised in Worcester, Massachusetts.

Henry Somerset

  1. Edward Somerset, 2nd Marquess of Worcester was born before 1613, perhaps in 1601, to Henry Somerset, 1st Marquess of Worcester and Anne Russell.

Wyre Forest

  1. The post-1974 districts of Redditch, Worcester, Wychavon and Wyre Forest were retained in the new administrative county with little or no change.

Particular Porcelain

  1. The Royal Worcester Porcelain Factory was established in 1751 and manufactures fine china and in particular porcelain in Worcester, England.

Worcester Park Area

  1. And confusing matters further some postcodes, such as KT4 for the Worcester Park area spread over county and even regional boundaries. (Web site)

Worcester Sauce

  1. Further adjustments were made to finally produce the "Worcester sauce" and now marketed as "Worcestershire sauce".

Worcester Bar

  1. Until 1814, direct connection to the Birmingham Canal Navigations was prevented by the Worcester Bar, a physical barrier at Gas Street Basin, Birmingham.

Worcester Park

  1. Simon Brett (born 28 October 1945 in Worcester Park, Surrey, England) is a prolific writer of whodunnits.

Worcester Polytechnic Institute

  1. Established in 1979, the Advanced Distance Learning Network at Worcester Polytechnic Institute helps you earn your graduate certificate or degree.

Worcester Sharks

  1. In 2006, the team then moved to Worcester, Massachusetts, becoming the Worcester Sharks. (Web site)

Worcester Icecats

  1. The team replaced the Worcester IceCats when the franchise moved to Peoria, Illinois, in 2005.
  2. The Worcester IceCats were an ice hockey team in the American Hockey League. (Web site)
  3. Trebil split the remainder of the season with the Blues and the Worcester IceCats. (Web site)

Royal Worcester

  1. Royal Worcester manufactures bone china and in particular porcelain.
  2. The Cathedral series by Royal Worcester is a group of five plates that commemorate Cathedrals in England.

Twentieth Century

  1. He was a legendary figure in tennis in Worcester for most of the twentieth century.
  2. For many years in the twentieth century it was fed by poorly treated sewage from a sewerage works in Green Lane, Worcester Park.

Class

  1. Dr. Robert H. Goddard of Worcester Polytechnic Institute 's class of 1908 and later Clark University patented the first liquid fuel rocket in 1914.

Arrival

  1. After Óláfr Haraldsson 's arrival in Norway, Hákon fled to England where he was well received by Canute the Great and became earl of Worcester.

Philippines

  1. It should be noted that even during the final years of Spanish rule, Worcester was already in the Philippines. (Web site)
  2. Dean Conant Worcester, zoologist, public official, and authority on the Philippines. (Web site)

Extended

  1. A few services are extended through to Worcester(via Gloucester), Weston-super-Mare, Swansea, and stations to Devon and Cornwall.

Title

  1. The Worcester Tornadoes won the new league's first championship and Les Capitales de Quebec captured the title in 2006.

March

  1. Christopher Titus (born March 10, 1966 in Worcester, Massachusetts) is an American comedian and actor. (Web site)

Problem

  1. The problem with Worcester woman is that once lost, she is hard to win back.
  2. Worcester also had Graeme Hick, who would go on to be the cause of many a dud prediction, but he wasn't the problem that day. (Web site)

Situation

  1. This situation created the Worcester Bar in Birmingham, where goods had to be transhipped between boats on rival canals only feet apart.

Position

  1. Born in Worcester, Massachusetts, Pierce currently writes for the Boston Globe Sunday magazine, a position he has held since April 2002.

Prestige

  1. Henry Spelman continued to rise in prestige served as a member of the Parliament of England for Worcester in 1625.
  2. The 200 employees who remain with Royal Worcester will be retrained so the company can focus on the production of ornamental, giftware and prestige ranges.

Home

  1. COLIN Charvis will be back for Newcastle Falcons' Premiership match at home to Worcester on Sunday, but Jonny Wilkinson will wait one more week.

Countryside

  1. Equally it covers beautiful countryside as well as such cities as Birmingham and Worcester. (Web site)

York

  1. Archbishop Aldred returned home with the pallium, gave up Worcester, but kept York.

Chelsea

  1. The idea later extended to melons, pineapples and maize and was copied at other potteries and in porcelain at chelsea and worcester. (Web site)

Mass

  1. Shonacee Oliva of Groveland, Florida competes on the floor in the junior Olympic class at the Tyson Cup Gymnastics competition in Worcester, Mass.
  2. Eight qualifying competitions remain before the inaugural Nastia Liukin Supergirl Cup, scheduled for March 5, 2010, at the DCU Center in Worcester, Mass. (Web site)
  3. All games in the regional will be played at the DCU Center in Worcester, Mass. (Web site)

Caucus

  1. The purpose of the caucus is to elect delegates to the Massachusetts Democratic Convention on June 4 and 5 in Worcester.

Unique Opportunity

  1. A unique opportunity to travel the full length of the Worcester - Birmingham Canal.

Work

  1. Explorer Scouts also get the chance to work with other local Explorer Units, such as those in Redditch, Worcester or Birmingham.

Nearby Town

  1. At 25, Spooner went to work in the office of the Registrar of Deeds in Worcester, a nearby town.

April

  1. Thomas Lewis, an artist and Catholic peace activist, died of natural causes at his home in Worcester, Mass., April 4.

March 31

  1. After twenty-three years of service, the Bishop retired from his post in Worcester on his seventy-fifth birthday, March 31, 1983.

London

  1. The family settled in Worcester, and Wilson Lowry, as a boy, left home to work as a house painter in London and Arundel, Sussex.

College

  1. They met over tea at Worcester College, Oxford, in 1949 and, nine days later, Tony Benn proposed to her on a park bench in the city. (Web site)
  2. Once on the edge of town, Worcester College has extensive grounds, rolling down to the Oxford Canal, with sports fields and lovely gardens. (Web site)
  3. In 1843 he founded the College of the Holy Cross at Worcester and entrusted it to the Jesuits. (Web site)

Cabal

  1. One of the five Ministers who formed the "Cabal." 473 (inv 1672) Henry (Somerset), 3rd Marquess of Worcester. (Web site)

Archbishop

  1. Saint Oswald of Worcester was Archbishop of York from 972 to his death in 992.

Aldred

  1. It is stated by John of Worcester that Aldred crowned King Harold II in 1066, although the Norman authorities mention Stigand as the officiating prelate.

Staffordshire

  1. Description: A collection of 29 lots of porcelain from English factories including Chelsea, Worcester, Bristol, Staffordshire and Beilby.

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