from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A borough of eastern England northeast of London. The city was sacked by Danes in the 11th century and devastated by the Black Death in 1348. Population: 174,000.
- A city of southeast Connecticut north of New London. It is an industrial center and the birthplace of Benedict Arnold. Population: 36,300.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- proper n. A city in England, the county town of Norfolk
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NORWICH - Vermont State Police fire investigators are seeking the cause of an explosion that destroyed a house in the town of Norwich.
NORWICH, England (Reuters) - The Conservatives hope to show they are on course for a return to power nationally by recapturing a parliamentary seat in Norwich on Friday.
NORWICH (AP) [--] Norwich police say they searching for a knife-wielding home invasion suspect who broke into a woman's home and assaulted her.
NORWICH, England (Reuters) - Prime Minister Gordon Brown faces a test of his leadership this week when a looming by-election defeat in Norwich could reignite a plot to oust him.
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They marched into Norwich, 26th November, and the next morning proceeded under guard on their way to Norman Cross barracks "-- _Norwich Papers_, 1804.
If I had to place police anywhere on a Friday night in Norwich is would be half way down Prince of Wales Road between Mercy and Chicago's, which was exactly where the incident took place last night.
Also, Norman Lamb living in Norwich is actually very sensible.
Rick Kramer, director of Rose City Renaissance, said the unified effort is key to illuminating what he called Norwich's hidden history.
Mr Lamb lives on the edge of the constituency in Norwich which is convenient for travelling to Westminster and for working from the North Walsham Constituency Office.
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