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a town in Kent in southeastern England

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Augustine, Canterbury, England. Parchment from 13th century.
Caption: Anglican Communion primates present at the October meeting in Canterbury, England, pose for a group photo.
With headquarters in Glendale, Wisconsin, BRI also has a branch located in Canterbury, England. BRI was a subsidiary of Binary Research Ltd., the original developer of Ghost, now known as Symantec Ghost.
This slim monograph details the archaeological excavations at North Lane, in Canterbury, England during 1993 and 1996.
Technology developed in Canterbury, England and used to bring The Lord of the Rings character Gollum to life is being employed in mapping serious wounds.
The conservation program, led by scientists at the University of Kent in Canterbury, England and Universidad Autotonoma Metropolitana in Xochimilco, and funded by the British government's Darwin Initiative, is part of a growing effort in species conservation: giving people who share habitat with animals a stake in preserving them, often through ecotourism.
Due to the miracles that followed Thomas Becket's murder and their subsequent promotion by the town's clergy, Canterbury, England became a major pilgrimage center, at its height rivaling even Rome and Jerusalem.
I recall some years ago being shown a church in the city of Canterbury, England, where the head of Saint Thomas More is buried.
But while the Aussies' demon twirler was smashing three sixes and 15 fours in his unbeaten 107 for Hampshire against Kent at Canterbury, England's ring-rusty batsmen took their barren sequence to 32 championship innings without a century between them this season.
"I suppose we were one of the top four bands in Southern Africa and some say we are second only to Ladysmith Black Mambazo [of South Africa]," he told New African from Canterbury, England.
Six weeks with Kent at the end of the season gave him the chance to reacquaint himself with the raw appeal of the sport and swapping Canterbury, New South Wales, for Canterbury, England, has provided perspective after his annus horribilis.
Six weeks with Kent at the end of the season gave him the chance to re-acquaint himself with the raw appeal of the sport and swapping Canterbury, New South Wales, for Canterbury, England, has provided perspective after his annus horribilis.
``And lastly, in view of the fact that you are to be the temporal head of the world-wide Anglican Church, may I suggest that, since you can reach places other clerics cannot reach, you should arrange to transfer the headquarters of World Anglicanism from Canterbury, England, to Newport, Wales, a far more civilised city - and Welsh at that.''
The study was conducted by Katsunori Kondo, associate professor at Nihon Fukushi University in Aichi Prefecture, and British researchers Iain Carpenter and John Baldock, both at the University of Kent in Canterbury, England.
Perhaps the biggest setback came at the Lambeth Conference, held in August in Canterbury, England, where Anglican bishops, representing more than 73 million members of the church worldwide, declared that homosexual activity is "incompatible with Scripture." The church leaders also advised against the ordination of homosexuals as priests and opposed the blessing of same-sex unions.