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a county in southeastern England on the English Channel

United States painter noted for his woodcuts (1882-1971)

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Britain recorded its warmest September day in more than 100 years on Tuesday with temperatures rising to over 34 degrees Celsius in the southern county of Kent.
The Maritime and Coastguard Agency said in a statement that a call was made close to midnight on Saturday and the inflatable boat was found in the early hours of the morning by a search and rescue helicopter, lifeboats and rescue teams off the coast of the county of Kent. Hundreds of thousands of refugees and migrants have risked their lives to come to Europe in flimsy boats, fleeing war and poverty in the Middle East and Africa.
Nigel Farage and UKIP have a voting base in the SE of England where the county of Kent is one of a few English counties still retaining grammar schools.
Why did Austen present the county of Kent so unflatteringly?
She won gold in the 800m and 1500m at the 2004 Olympic Games but will be making her London Marathon debut and hoping to raise for PS250,000 for The Dame Kelly Holmes Trust, Myeloma UK, MIND and two charities in her home county of Kent - The Pickering Cancer Centre and Hospice in the Weald.
For 400 years, Preston Hall in the South Eastern 'Garden of England' county of Kent, was the country home of the Culpeper family whose descendants included Joyce Culpeper, mother of the ill-fated Catherine Howard, fifth wife of Henry VIII.
Farage was in his home county of Kent yesterday campaigning for second Tory defector Mark Reckless in the Rochester and Strood by–election, which is expected to take place next month.
They begin in the popular commuter county of Kent, where homes are snapped up quickly due to their proximity to London.
An 11th-hour reprieve stalling his flight to Kabul prompted a succession of tribunal hearings, with more than PS1,600 in legal fees covered by benefactors in his adopted home county of Kent.
HM the King was welcomed on arrival by British Parliamentary Under Secretary of State and Personal Representative of Her Majesty the Queen to the County of Kent Lord Astor of Hever DL, London City general commander Major General Edward Smith, British Household Cavalry Regiment (HCMR) Commandant Colonel Badford and other senior (HCMR) officers.
"It's from Dorset all the way along through Hampshire, Sussex, East Sussex, West Sussex, all the way perhaps a bit into Surrey and even into my county of Kent. It's right there," he said.
Price includes Private coach travel throughout Return ferry crossing from Southampton to the Isle of Wight Two nights' dinner, bed and cooked breakfast Visits to Yarmouth, Alum Bay, Godshill, Newport and Ryde Entrance to Osborne House & Queen Victoria's private beach Services of our tour driver PS259.00 Kent's Castles & Gardens Departs 23 May 2013 The county of Kent and the Garden of England has more stately homes, castles and gardens open to the public than any other region in Britain.
Almost a third of the nation, 32.3 percent, don't know that Canterbury, home to the world famous Canterbury Cathedral, is based in the county of Kent.
Unrest was also reported by the police in several other cities, including Liverpool, Nottingham and Bristol, as well as in three towns in the county of Kent, Southeast of the capital.