After graduating in 2008, Moss moved back in with his parents in Winchester.
We grew up skiing, horseback riding, hiking, and building fires at summer camp in our hometown of Winchester, Mass.
Alfred The Great, who was described by historians as “the most perfect character in history,” died in Winchester in 899 AD.
Moss grew up in Winchester, London, and soon developed an obsession with film.
This 13th-century fresco of a lion was painted near Burgos in Spain, probably by an itinerant English artist from Winchester.
I remained in Winchester about two weeks trying to make arrangements.
Then he (Te-bari) shot the man through the chest with his Winchester.
When he was of a fit age she saw that he was sent to Winchester.
At this point Winchester beckoned to Lincoln, and whispered something in his ear.
Thus it was that Winchester grew to be the most important place in south England.
city in Hampshire, capital of Wessex and later of the Anglo-Saxon kingdom, Old English Uintancæstir (c.730), from Ouenta (c.150), from Venta, a pre-Celtic name perhaps meaning "favored or chief place" + Old English ceaster "Roman town" (see Chester). The meaning "kind of breech-loading repeating rifle" is from the name of Oliver F. Winchester (1810-1880), U.S. manufacturer.
An informal generic term for floating head magnetic disk drives in which the read-write head planes over the disk surface on an air cushion.
The name arose because the original 1973 engineering prototype for what later became the IBM 3340 featured two 30-megabyte volumes; 30--30 became "Winchester" when somebody noticed the similarity to the common term for a famous Winchester rifle (in the latter, the first 30 referred to caliber and the second to the grain weight of the charge).