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  • '''Bedford''' is a large town in central [[England]] and the county town of [[Bedfordshire]], [[United Kingdom]]. It is situated approximately 60 [[mile]]s north ...a known as the [[Marston Vale]]. There are plans to build a new canal from Bedford to nearby [[Milton Keynes]].
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  • A large town in central [[England]] and the county town of [[Bedfordshire]], [[United Kingdom]].
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  • '''Bedford Brown''' (June 6, 1795 - December 6, 1870) was an American lawyer and plant [http://www.rootsweb.com/~ncccha/biographies/bedfordbrown.html Bedford Brown]
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Bedford]]. Needs checking by a human. {{r|Bedfordshire}}
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  • {{Image|Newbedfordmacustoms.jpg|right|300px|U.S. Customshouse, New Bedford, MA.}} ...and [[Martha's Vinyard]] are in the waters off the Cape. The mayor of New Bedford is Scott W. Lang.
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  • *[http://www.rootsweb.com/~ncccha/biographies/bedfordbrown.html Caswell County Historical Association]
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  • *[http://www.ci.new-bedford.ma.us/ Official web site of the City of New Bedford] *[http://www.whalingmuseum.org/ New Bedford Whaling Museum]
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  • *[http://www.ci.new-bedford.ma.us/ Official web site of the City of New Bedford] *[http://www.whalingmuseum.org/ New Bedford Whaling Museum]
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  • ...s]], [[United States of America|U.S.A.]] with satellites in Attleboro, New Bedford, and Taunton.
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  • Large [[mosque]] ([[masjid]]) in the Bedford-Stuyvesant section of Brooklyn, [[New York City]]; [[Siraj Wahhaj]] is its
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  • '''Bedford''' is a large town in central [[England]] and the county town of [[Bedfordshire]], [[United Kingdom]]. It is situated approximately 60 [[mile]]s north ...a known as the [[Marston Vale]]. There are plans to build a new canal from Bedford to nearby [[Milton Keynes]].
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  • '''Masjid al-Taqwa''' is a large U.S. [[mosque]] in the Bedford-Stuyvesant section of Brooklyn in [[New York City]]. Its highly visible and
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  • ...hed Service Professor of Law, [[University of Chicago]]; Peter and Kirsten Bedford Senior Fellow, [[Hoover Institution]]; [[American Enterprise Institute]]; L
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  • ...county in [[England]], [[United Kingdom]]. It is centred on the town of [[Bedford]] and also contains the towns of [[Flitwick]], [[Luton]] and [[Leighton Buz
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  • ...as well as by [[First Capital Connect]] who operate electric services from Bedford to [[Brighton]] by way of London's Snow Hill Tunnel. *[[Bedford]]
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  • {{r|Bedford}}
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  • {{r|New Bedford, Massachusetts}}
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  • ...hich he wrote many of his works, but at other times preached widely around Bedford and in [[London]], attracting large assemblies. In 1672 (while still in pr
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  • {{r|New Bedford, Massachusetts}}
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  • {{r|Bedford}}
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  • ...cipalities]] (in alphabetical order): [[Attleboro]], [[Fall River]], [[New Bedford]], and [[Taunton, Massachusetts|Taunton]].
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  • '''Bedford Brown''' (June 6, 1795 - December 6, 1870) was an American lawyer and plant [http://www.rootsweb.com/~ncccha/biographies/bedfordbrown.html Bedford Brown]
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  • {{r|Bedford}}
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  • ...er increased when the town became a junction for lines to [[Oxford]] and [[Bedford]]. Bletchley then became the subject of London overspill expansion in the 1 ...tral railway station]] further north. There is also an hourly service to [[Bedford]] Monday-Saturday. Bletchley is situated within half hour's driving distanc
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  • ...mills industrial estate. There are plans to eventually reopen the route to Bedford in full. ...A428 runs through the town on its way from [[Coventry]] and [[Rugby]] to [[Bedford]] and [[Cambridge]].
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  • {{r|New Bedford, Massachusetts}}
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  • {{r|Bedford}}
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  • {{r|Nathan Bedford Forrest}}
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  • {{r|Bedford}}
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  • ...all River, Massachusetts|Fall River]] and [[New Bedford, Massachusetts|New Bedford]] are not county seats, legally or otherwise. They do, however, host sever *[[New Bedford, Massachusetts|New Bedford]]
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  • ...enry V of England dies and is succeeded by his infant son. [[John, Duke of Bedford]] becmes Regent ...s. The infant son of Henry V is delcared King of France with John, Duke of Bedford, Regent
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  • ...England]]. Ocean dredges, usually called [[New Bedford, Massachusetts|New Bedford style]], are hydraulic, using water jets to separate the shells from the oc
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  • ...t are the metropolitan areas of Halifax and Dartmouth and the community of Bedford.
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  • ...he Dukes of Gloucester and Bedford, were installed as regents. The Duke of Bedford, with Burgundian cooperation, was able to complete the conquest of France n In 1428, while Bedford was besieging [[OrlĂ©ans]], the apathetic Dauphin and his despairing army w
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  • ...h and its neighbouring city of Halifax, the town of [[Bedford, Nova Scotia|Bedford]] and the Municipality of the County of Halifax were dissolved at this time ...troyed by a storm, requiring the present railway connection built around [[Bedford Basin]].
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  • ...transition coaches in Amtrak livery, photographed traveling north through Bedford, New Hampshire in April, 2003.
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  • ...and Brighton has rail connections to [[Hastings]], [[Gatwick Airport]], [[Bedford]] and other destinations.
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  • ...3 and the industry began to prosper, using bases at Nantucket and then New Bedford. Whalers took greater economic risks to turn major profits: expanding their whales' teeth and bone. At the end of the season they sailed home. New Bedford's greatest receipts from its far-flung fleet came in 1845, with 158,000 bar
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  • *[[Bedford, Massachusetts|Bedford]] *[[New Bedford, Massachusetts|New Bedford]]
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  • {{Image|Newbedfordmacustoms.jpg|right|300px|U.S. Customshouse, New Bedford, MA.}} ...and [[Martha's Vinyard]] are in the waters off the Cape. The mayor of New Bedford is Scott W. Lang.
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  • ...ley]]. There are plans to reopen this route to connect to Milton Keynes, [[Bedford]] and [[Cambridge]].
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  • ...ransition coaches in Amtrak livery, photographed traveling north through [[Bedford, New Hampshire]] in April, 2003.
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  • ...dence, Rhode Island]] and 8 miles west of [[New Bedford, Massachusetts|New Bedford]]. The city's population was 91,938 during the 2000 census (and 91,802 dur Along with New Bedford, Fall River is considered one of the two most important cities along Massac
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  • ...ers of high-resolution bathymetric charts produced by oceanographers. New Bedford-style dredges are typically 4.3 m (14 ft) speeds of 4-5 knots (7.4-9.3 km/hr). New Bedford-style
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  • {{r|New Bedford, Massachusetts}}
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  • ...vation was purchased in early 1946 by the [[New Bedford, Massachusetts|New Bedford]]-based Cachalot Council of the Boy Scouts of America, after a multi-year c
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  • {{r|New Bedford, Massachusetts}}
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  • * [[Gunning Bedford Jr.]]
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  • ...f a Whaling Voyage (1860), and the [[New Bedford Whaling Museum]] in [[New Bedford]], [[Massachusetts]] owns Russell & Purrington's panorama of a Whaling Voya
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  • {{r|New Bedford, Massachusetts}}
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  • {{r|New Bedford, Massachusetts}}
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  • ...y there are a further two stations within the city on the branch line to [[Bedford]]. This line connects to the [[Midland Main Line]] and thereby to [[Leicest
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  • {{r|New Bedford, Massachusetts}}
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  • ...Tunbridge Wells, and in 1916 to Wycombe Abbey School. In 1921 she went to Bedford College, London University, where she read science, obtaining a first class
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  • ...ave (ed.) (2011) ''Led Zeppelin: Feather in the Wind - Over Europe 1980''. Bedford: Tight But Loose Publishing. ISBN 978-0-9568454-0-5 ...s, Dave (ed.) (2013) ''Led Zeppelin: Then As It Was - At Knebworth 1979''. Bedford: Tight But Loose Publishing. ISBN 978-0-9568454-1-2
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  • ...age sixteen and one of twelve children raised in extreme rural poverty in Bedford, Virginia.<ref name=Bio>{{citation
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  • {{r|Bedford Brown}}
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  • *[[Nathan Bedford Forrest]]
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  • ...anuary 13, overseen by the Duchess of Bedford (the wife of [[John, Duke of Bedford]], and regent in France of the boy-king [[Henry VI of England]]). At the sa
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  • *: [[Bedford Brown]] ''([[Democratic Party (United States)|D]])'' *: [[Bedford Brown]] (1795-1870), ''[[Democratic Party (United States)|Democratic]]'' â€
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  • ...llowing year he went to Rome as a companion to John Russell (later Earl of Bedford) on an unsuccessful mission to Pope [[Clement VII]]. While there Russell b
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  • * Ellis, Joseph J., ed. ''What Did the Declaration Declare?'' Bedford Books, 1999. 110 pp. [http://www.h-net.msu.edu/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=28
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  • *2: [[Bedford Brown]] ''([[Democratic Party (United States)|D]])'' *2: [[Bedford Brown]] (1795-1870), ''[[Democratic Party (United States)|Democratic]]''
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  • *2: [[Bedford Brown]] ''([[Democratic Party (United States)|D]])'' *2: [[Bedford Brown]] (1795-1870), ''[[Democratic Party (United States)|Democratic]]'' â€
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  • *2: [[Bedford Brown]] ''([[Democratic Party (United States)|D]])'' *2: [[Bedford Brown]] (1795-1870), ''[[Democratic Party (United States)|Democratic]]''
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  • * Ellis, Joseph J., ed. ''What Did the Declaration Declare?'' Bedford Books, 1999. 110 pp. [http://www.h-net.msu.edu/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=28
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  • ...]]; and [[Boston, Massachusetts|Boston]], [[New Bedford, Massachusetts|New Bedford]], [[Cape Cod]], [[Fall River, Massachusetts|Fall River]], [[Honolulu]], [
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  • *2: [[Bedford Brown]] ''([[Democratic Party (United States)|D]])'' *2: [[Bedford Brown]] (1795-1870), ''[[Democratic Party (United States)|Democratic]]''
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  • *2: [[Bedford Brown]] ''([[Democratic Party (United States)|D]])'' *2: [[Bedford Brown]] (1795-1870), ''[[Democratic Party (United States)|Democratic]]''
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  • * Ellis, Joseph J., ed. ''What Did the Declaration Declare?'' Bedford Books, 1999. 110 pp. [http://www.h-net.msu.edu/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=28
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  • ...raj Wahhaj''' is the [[imam]] of the [[Masjid al-Taqwa]] [[mosque]] in the Bedford-Stuyvesant section of Brooklyn, [[New York City]]. He is Amir (leader) of t
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  • {{quotation|Git there fustest with the mostest men|Gen. [[Nathan Bedford Forrest]], Confederate States of America}}
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  • * Bedford
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  • ...in 1417, he became ward of the Duke of Exeter, and in 1426 of the Duke of Bedford, both kinsmen of Thomas Chaucer.<br />
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  • ...away peacefully at the Methuselah-like age of 100 on February 3, 2005, in Bedford near Cambridge, Massachusetts. Mayr was, by the accounts of his Harvard col
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  • ...Autobiographical Notes The Bedford Series in History and Culture. Boston: Bedford/St. Martin's, 1999.
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  • {{r|Steve McIntyre}} guest, [[Political Cesspool]]; Nathan Bedford Forrest Re-enactor
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  • |[[Gunning Bedford, Sr.]]
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  • ...children, John, George Jr., William, John, and Mary, who married [[Gunning Bedford, Sr.]], a future [[Governor of Delaware]]. They lived on The Strand in [[Ne
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  • ...under the genus ''Oncidium'', as ''O. russellianum'' in homage to Duke of Bedford. When describing this plant, Lindley considered it as a ''transition specie
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  • ...tes Constitution|Constitutional Convention of 1787]], along with [[Gunning Bedford, Jr.]], [[Richard Bassett]], [[George Read (signer)|George Read]], and [[Ja
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  • *Bedford, Billy
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  • ...opulation, and its largest immigrant group is Haitians. Fall River and New Bedford on the south coast have large populations of people with Portuguese, Brazil
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  • ...000 regular and colonial troops, Forbes built [[Fort Ligonier]] and [[Fort Bedford]], from where he cut a wagon road over the Allegheny Mountains, later known
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  • *[[Nathan Bedford Forrest]] (Tennessee) - Lieutenant General
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  • ...st is dotted with urban centers, such as Portland, Portsmouth, Boston, New Bedford, Fall River, Newport, Providence, New Haven, Bridgeport, and Stamford as we
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  • ...At Ft. Pillow on April 12, 1864 Confederate units under Maj. Gen. [[Nathan Bedford Forrest]] went wild and massacred black soldiers attempting to surrender, w
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  • * Ashdown, Paul and Caudill, Edward. ''The Myth of Nathan Bedford Forrest.'' 2005. 218 pp.
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