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- The Maunsell Forts are armed towers built in the Thames and Mersey estuaries during the Second World War to help defend the United Kingdom. They were operated...
- Maunsell is a surname, also encountered as 'Mansel', 'Maunsel' and 'Mansell', and in some cases a cognate of 'Mansfield'. Per MacLysaght, of Norman origin...
- houses, which was shown on Sky Atlantic in April 2012. Independent "Maunsell House". Retrieved 23 August 2014.  "'My ancestors were frisky – swarms...
- Guy Anson Maunsell (1 September 1884 – 20 June 1961) was the British civil engineer responsible for the design of the World War II Naval sea forts and...
- (CME) of the newly formed company, Richard Maunsell, increased the S15 cl**** strength to 45 locomotives. Maunsell incorporated several improvements, notably...
- Sir John Maunsell (c. 1190/1195 – 1265), also Sir John Mansel, Provost of Beverley Minster, was a king's clerk and a judge. He served as chancellor to...
- Richard Maunsell, modified the Urie locomotives in the light of operational experience and increased the cl**** strength to 74 locomotives. Maunsell and his...
- Comput. 14 (5): 999–1026. doi:10.1162/089976602753633367. PMID 11972905.  Maunsell JH, Van Essen DC (May 1983). "Functional properties of neurons in middle...
- installations that were designed by Guy Maunsell and known collectively as His Majesty's Forts or as Maunsell Sea Forts; its purpose was to guard the...
- Maunsell Schieffelin Crosby (February 14, 1887 - 1931) was an ornithologist, writer, and farmer. Crosby was the son of Ernest Howard Crosby, a noted author...
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