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Warwick

[ wawr-ik, wor- wawr-wik, wor- ]

noun

  1. Earl of Richard Neville, Earl of Salisburythe Kingmaker, 1428–71, English military leader and statesman.
  2. a town in Warwickshire in central England.
  3. a city in E Rhode Island.


Warwick

1

/ ˈwɒrɪk /

noun

  1. a town in central England, administrative centre of Warwickshire, on the River Avon: 14th-century castle, with collections of armour and waxworks: the university of Warwick (1965) is in Coventry. Pop: 23 350 (2001)


Warwick

2

/ ˈwɒrɪk /

noun

  1. Warwick, Earl of14281471MEnglishPOLITICS: statesman Earl of, title of Richard Neville, known as the Kingmaker. 1428–71, English statesman. During the Wars of the Roses, he fought first for the Yorkists, securing the throne (1461) for Edward IV, and then for the Lancastrians, restoring Henry VI (1470). He was killed at Barnet by Edward IV

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For now, members of Aussie Spirit are focused on getting over their jetlag and getting into a good sleep routine, says Warwick.

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So, for many of the players, including Warwick, this is the only shot at Olympic glory.

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On one of the worst days of the current covid-19 surge, the acute care facility in Warwick was nearly overrun.

She cited the example of Central Falls and of the town of West Warwick.

Her manager and sister-in-law, Pat Houston, was with her on this last journey, as was her beloved cousin, singer Dionne Warwick.

“Warwick” is designed to be intensely unlikable and unsympathetic, rather than engaging.

We have to make him an awful person, because Warwick, his screen presence is adorable.

Rather than empower “Warwick,” the show seems to relish knocking him down a peg or three, diminishing him further still.

It is only a few miles to Warwick over winding roads as beautiful as any in England.

Warwick, although not named in the charter, was admitted to the same privileges with her larger and more flourishing sisters.

Three planters who had returned to their plantations in Warwick were seized by the Connecticut authorities and sent to Hartford.

Bitter disputes soon followed, Warwick claiming it, and individuals both English and Indians disputing the claim.

But the very next year we meet it again as a contest between Warwick and Kingston.

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