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    Sentences forNorwich

    • As the last abbot had been appointed to the see of Norwich, the abbey endowments were transferred alongside him directly into those of the bishops.Dissolution of the Monasteries-Wikipedia
    • The current club badge consists of a canary resting on a football with a stylised version of the City of Norwich arms in the top left corner.Norwich City F.C.-Wikipedia
    • Norwich had the highest such proportion at 42.5%, followed closely by Brighton and Hove at 42.4%.England-Wikipedia
    • Norfolk's county town and only city is Norwich, one of the largest settlements in England during the Norman era.Norfolk-Wikipedia
    • Some of these immigrants moved to Norwich, which had accommodated an earlier settlement of Walloon weavers.Huguenots-Wikipedia
    • By the 14th century Bristol, York and Norwich were England's largest medieval towns after London.Bristol-Wikipedia

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