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called "the bridge", which is a way of helping them get used to secondary school life. Biography Burder was born in London on the 5 June 1752. In his early twenties he was an engraver, but in 1776 he began preaching, and was minister of the Independent church at Lancaster (City of Lancaster) from 1778 to 1783. Subsequently he held charges at Coventry (1784–1803) and at Fetter Lane, London (1803–1832). He was one of the founders of the British and Foreign Bible Society, the Religious Tract Society, and the London Missionary Society, and was secretary to the last-named for several years. As editor of the ''Evangelical Magazine'' and author of ''Village Sermons'', he commanded a wide influence. He died on the 29 May 1832 and the next year ''A Life'' (by Henry Forster Burder) was published. WikiPedia:Coventry Dmoz:Regional Europe United Kingdom England West Midlands Coventry Commons:Coventry

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;path" (becoming like the nonce words "barth" and "parth" as pronounced in a non-rhotic accent (Rhotic and non-rhotic accents)) starts to occur regardless of class or geodemographic grouping across an east to west band of settlements somewhere between Southam and Banbury, positioning Coventry right at the edge of England's phonetic crossroads. '''Coventry accent on Television''': Dramatic representations on film have been very uneven down the years, ranging from Yorkshire sounding builders visiting the Queen Vic in ''EastEnders'' 1987 to Black Country sounding factory workers in the Jeffrey Archer adaptation 'First Among Equals' (1984). WikiPedia:Coventry Dmoz:Regional Europe United Kingdom England West Midlands Coventry Commons:Coventry

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and other specialist aerial work, including oil spill response, dispersant spraying and icing trials. The prime activity of the business is the supply and operating of aircraft to night-time freight integrators and consolidators and the operation of ad-hoc air charters on behalf of other airline, freight brokers and forwarders. On 8 December 2009, Atlantic Airlines' biggest base, Coventry Airport, was closed due financial reasons causing Atlantic Airlines to cease all cargo flights

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.com venue city-of-coventry-stadium title City of Coventry Stadium publisher 2012 Summer Olympics work accessdate 20 September 2012 Coventry City Football Club's academy is based at the Alan Higgs Centre, a leisure centre in south-east Coventry opened in 2004. In 2013

and 198 days on 27 February 1999, a game that Coventry won 4–1, he became the youngest player ever to play in the Premier League. He held the record for over four years until Aaron Lennon made his Leeds United (Leeds United A.F.C.) debut at a younger age in August 2003. During his time

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to the USA in 1921 and went on to a successful career on the Broadway stage. He appeared in two musical films and played non-singing roles in two other motion pictures. He also played several roles on television. He died in New York City. right thumb Whitley Common is a formal park with a large expanse of grassland. (Image:Whitley common 19o06.jpg) '''Whitley''' is a suburb of southern Coventry in the West Midlands (West Midlands (county)) of England. In June, 1646 the town

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English rock (rock music) drummer. He has cut hundreds of records and played in numerous bands with many international rock legends. He is regarded by critics as an important figure in the configuration of early British rock and roll, although he is often chiefly remembered for his long term association as the drummer with Vince Taylor and The Playboys. '''Coventry Godiva Harriers''' is an athletics (Athletics (track and field)) club based in Coventry, West Midlands (county

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Coventry and Southam. To the north of the village is the River Leam and just to the west the River Itchen (River Itchen, Warwickshire) joins the Leam. Due to its proximity to these two rivers, the village has suffered from flooding in the past. Starley was born in Walthamstow, Essex, and was the son of a gardener. In 1872 he moved to Coventry to work with his uncle, the inventor James Starley. He worked with his uncle and William Hillman for several years building Ariel

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his job in 1989 to pursue his comedy career full-time. During this period a bout of influenza made him give up drinking, and he remains a high-profile recovering alcoholic.

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also took over the areas of the Birmingham City Police and part of the northwestern area of Warwickshire (around Solihull and Sutton Coldfield). Warwickshire Constabulary reverted to its old name. thumb right 250px Arsenal's squad for the 1888-89 in English football 1888-89 (Image:Arsenal 1888 squad photo.jpg) season. Danskin is seated on the right hand end of the bench. He later started up his own bicycle manufacturing business in Plumstead, before moving


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'''Coventry''' ( ) is a city (City status in the United Kingdom) and metropolitan borough in the centre of England. It has been the capital of England more than once in the 15th century when the seat of Government was held in Coventry. Historic Coventry - Coventry, Some History "Historic Coventry", ''Historic Coventry'' Coventry's outstanding heritage includes the Roman Fort at Baginton, Lady Godiva, St Mary's Guildhall (where kings and queens were entertained) City Guild of Tour Guides "City Guild of Tour Guides", ''City Guild of Tour Guides'' and three cathedrals. Historic Coventry - Cathedrals "Historic Coventry", ''Historic Coventry''

Coventry is located in the county of West Midlands (West Midlands (county)) although historically (Historic counties of England) speaking, it is part of Warwickshire. Coventry is the 10th-largest city in England and the 12th-largest UK (United Kingdom) city overall. List of English districts by population based on Census 2011 figures, Coventry is the 10th-largest city in England and the 12th-largest city in the UK proper with a population of 316,915; after London (1st: 8,204,407), Birmingham (2nd: 1,074,283), Leeds (3rd: 750,683), Glasgow (Scotland) (4th: 598,830), Sheffield (5th 551,756), Bradford (6th: 523,115), Manchester (7th: 502,902), Edinburgh (Scotland) (8th: 495,360), Liverpool (9th: 465,656), Cardiff (Wales) (10th: 346,100), Leicester (11th: 329,627) and Wakefield (12th: 326,433). It is also the second largest city in the West Midlands (West Midlands (region)) region, after Birmingham, with a population of 329,810 in 2013. 2013 mid-year estimates from the Office for National Statistics "UK Population Estimates", ''ONS (Office for National Statistics)'' Coventry is an ancient settlement that predates Birmingham and Leicester.

Coventry is situated north of Warwick. It is further from the coast than any other city in Britain (City status in the United Kingdom). Although harbouring a population of almost a third-of-a-million inhabitants, Coventry is not amongst the English Core Cities Group due to its proximity to Birmingham. Approximately half a million people live within 10 miles (16 km) of Coventry city centre.

Coventry was the world's first twin city (Twin towns and sister cities), when it formed a twinning relationship with the Russian city of Stalingrad (Volgograd) (now Volgograd) during the Second World War. The relationship developed through ordinary people in Coventry who wanted to show their support for the Soviet (Soviet Union) Red Army during the Battle of Stalingrad. A part of the city centre at the entrance to the Lower Precinct is named Lidice Place.

Coventry Cathedral is one of the newer cathedral buildings, having been built after the destruction of the 14th century cathedral (Coventry Blitz) church of Saint Michael by the German Luftwaffe on 14 November 1940. Coventry motor companies have contributed significantly to the British motor industry. The city has two universities, the city centre-based Coventry University and the University of Warwick on the southern outskirts.

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