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Lombardeer
Lombardeer Lom`bard*eer" (?; 277), n. A pawnbroker. [Obs.] --Howell.

Meaning of Ardeer from wikipedia

- government area. Ardeer recorded a po****tion of 3,103 at the 2016 census. Ardeer has a railway station on the Melton greater-metropolitan line. Ardeer Post Office...
- Ardeer can refer to: Ardeer, North Ayrshire, Scotland Ardeer Platform railway station in the area of the same name in Scotland Ardeer, Victoria, a suburb...
- Ardeer was a small town now officially incorporated into Stevenston on the Ardeer peninsula, in the parish of Stevenston, North Ayrshire, originally an...
- and 1945 came from Ardeer and these agency factories. ICI ran a similar works at Deer Park (which was also confusingly known as Ardeer after the adjacent...
- Ardeer railway station is located on the Serviceton line in Victoria, Australia. It serves the western Melbourne suburb of Ardeer. The station will eventually...
- Saltcoats Victoria Shotts Bon Accord Whitletts Victoria Annbank United Ardeer Thistle Ashfield Cambuslang Rangers Carluke Rovers Dalry Thistle Gartcairn...
- discovered in 1832. Numerous flints tools have been found in the sands of Ardeer. The town's main link with Robert Burns is that Mayville House was the birthplace...
- Ardeer Platform railway station was a railway station serving the Nobel Industries division of Imperial Chemical Industries near the town of Stevenston...
- Below are lists of schools in Victoria, Australia: List of government schools in Victoria, Australia List of non-government schools in Victoria, Australia...
- Ardeer Thistle Football Club are a Scottish football club from Stevenston in North Ayrshire. Formed as a Juvenile Club in 1900, they moved up to the Juniors...
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