a city in E Kent, in SE England: cathedral; early ecclesiastical center of England.
a municipality in E New South Wales, in SE Australia: a part of Sydney.
Biographia Scoticana (Scots Worthies) John Howie
noun (antiques) (pl) -buries
a late 18th-century low wooden stand with partitions for holding cutlery and plates: often mounted on casters
a similar 19th-century stand used for holding sheet music, music books, or magazines
a city in SE England, in E Kent: starting point for St Augustine’s mission to England (597 ad); cathedral where St Thomas à Becket was martyred (1170); seat of the archbishop and primate of England; seat of the University of Kent (1965). Pop: 43 552 (2001) Latin name Durovernum (ˌduːrəʊˈvɜːnəm; ˌdjʊə-)
a regional council area of New Zealand, on E central South Island on Canterbury Bight: mountainous with coastal lowlands; agricultural. Chief town: Christchurch. Pop: 520 500 (2004 est). Area: 43 371 sq km (16 742 sq miles)
noun a campanulaceous biennial European plant, Campanula medium, widely cultivated for its blue, violet, or white flowers Historical Examples The Culture of Vegetables and Flowers From Seeds and Roots, 16th Edition Sutton and Sons The Variation of Animals and Plants Under Domestication, Volume II (of 2) Charles Darwin Old-Time Gardens Alice Morse Earle Old-Time Gardens […]
a plant, Campanula medium, cultivated for its showy, bell-shaped violet-blue, pink, or white flowers in loose clusters. Historical Examples Dwellers in Arcady Albert Bigelow Paine
noun New Zealand lamb exported chilled or frozen to the United Kingdom
plural noun the pilgrims whose stories are told in Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales (NZ) the early settlers in Christchurch, Canterbury region Historical Examples Genius in Sunshine and Shadow Maturin Murray Ballou English Painters Harry John Wilmot-Buxton Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 13, Slice 8 Various William Blake Charles Gardner William Blake Charles Gardner Old Roads and […]