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Definition of Canterbury
CanterburyCanterbury Can"ter*bur*y, n.
1. A city in England, giving its name various articles. It is
the seat of the Archbishop of Canterbury (primate of all
England), and contains the shrine of Thomas [`a] Becket,
to which pilgrimages were formerly made.
2. A stand with divisions in it for holding music, loose
Canterbury ball (Bot.), a species of Campanula of several
varieties, cultivated for its handsome bell-shaped
Canterbury gallop, a gentle gallop such as was used by
pilgrims riding to Canterbury; a canter.
Canterbury tale, one of the tales which Chaucer puts into
the mouths of certain pilgrims to Canterbury. Hence, any
tale told by travelers to pass away the time.
Meaning of Canterbury from wikipedia
(/ˈkæntəbri/ (listen), /-bɛri/) is a historic English cathedral
city and UNESCO World Heritage
in the heart
of the City of Canterbury...
- The Archbishop
is the senior bishop
and prin****l leader
of the Church
of England, the symbolic
head of the worldwide Anglican
- Canterbury Cathedral
, Kent, is one of the oldest
and most famous Christian structures
in England. It forms
part of a World Heritage
- ‹ The template Infobox
book is being considered
for merging. › The Canterbury Tales
(Middle English: Tales
of Caunterbury) is a collection
of 24 stories...
- The Canterbury scene
sound) was a musical scene centred around
the city of Canterbury
, Kent, England during
the late 1960s and early
Park (NASDAQ: CPHC) (formerly Canterbury
Downs), is a horse racing track
in Shakopee, Minnesota, USA. It runs a meet that consists
- David Michael Canterbury
19, 1963) is a survival expert
who co-starred on the reality television
show Dual Survival
for two seasons
- Saint Anselm
(/ˈænsɛlm/; 1033/4–1109), also called Anselm
of Bec (French:...
and later Thomas
1119 or 1120 – 29 December
1170), was Archbishop
- of Canterbury
(born first third
of the 6th century – died probably
26 May 604) was a Benedictine
monk who became
the first Archbishop
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