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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • An urban district of central England southeast of Birmingham. It is famous for the ruins of Kenilworth Castle, founded c. 1120 and celebrated in Sir Walter Scott's novel Kenilworth (1821). Population: 22,200.

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  • However, Gavzy said Opacity, a funeral director in Kenilworth, touted his military service during his election campaign three years ago.

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  • Waitrose links up with Kenilworth library (UK) Waitrose in Kenilworth, UK, will become one of the first stores to take part in a new scheme that may see some mobile library and community services moved to supermarkets.

    Waitrose links up with Kenilworth library (UK)

  • And he said that Kenilworth is in the top eight of the county's libraries and therefore is unlikely to close

    Waitrose links up with Kenilworth library (UK)

  • Relatively new to the Chicago area (and the midwest), I was pulled over in Kenilworth for driving a beater.

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  • A Waitrose will be opening here in Kenilworth sometime this summer and, despite its reputation for being expensive, I personally can not wait.

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  • People in Kenilworth, IL have a chance to vote for more than the country's next president on Tuesday, November 4th.

    November 2008

  • Fire strikes cars in Kenilworth's police impound lot

    Sunny and warm

  • Kenilworth is in an uproar over rumors concerning a proposed condo development -- with interesting implications for Plainfield's Senior Center condos.

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  • I think I remember one being in Kenilworth not too far from me, but they changed it to a Holiday Inn. I remember seeing a few here and there from back in the day, but I have no idea where they were.

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  • Today of Nov. 23, 2005: Man cleared of bigamy in Kenilworth

    Archive 2005-11-01

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