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Norwich

[ nawr-ich, -ij, nor- nawr-wich ]

noun

  1. a city in eastern Norfolk, in eastern England: known for its cathedral.
  2. a city in southeastern Connecticut, on the Thames River.


Norwich

/ ˈnɒrɪdʒ /

noun

  1. a city in E England, administrative centre of Norfolk: cathedral (founded 1096); University of East Anglia (1963); traditionally a centre of the footwear industry, now has engineering, financial services. Pop: 174 047 (2001)


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The presence of attacker Milot Rashica, his former Bremen teammate, at Norwich added to his comfort with the move.

Corinne Le Quéré of the University of East Anglia in Norwich, England, and her colleagues used different daily data as their starting point.

Norwich Meadows Farms in Upstate New York, which started in 1998, also offers organic meat.

“He did not have those views when we married, but acquired them after,” Zubkova told The Norwich Bulletin.

A “year to the day” after he began his “tour,” he was “taken into hospital in Norwich in a state of almost total immobility.”

The Bishop of Norwich frankly acknowledged recently that he had never been able to live on his income of $22,500 per year.

Twenty miles more through a beautiful country brought us in sight of the cathedral spire of Norwich.

Norwich also presents the spectacle of a modern cathedral in course of building, a thing that we did not see elsewhere in England.

One day the Bristol mail was robbed; another day the Dover coach; then the Norwich waggon.

The Norwich Guardians had found, as others have done since, that the old style of indoor apprenticeship was nearly extinct.

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