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  2. Wisbech - Wikipedia

    Wisbech (/ ˈ w ɪ z b iː tʃ / WIZ-beech) is a market town, inland port and civil parish in the Fenland district in Cambridgeshire, England.In 2011 it had a population of 31,573, making it the largest town in the county.

  3. History of Georgia (country) - Wikipedia

    Kakha Bendukidze was pivotal in the libertarian reforms launched under Saakashvili, including one of the least restrictive labour codes, the lowest flat income tax rates (12%) and some of the lowest customs rates worldwide, along with the drastic reduction of necessary licenses and permits for business. The objective of the Georgian elite ...

  4. Halifax (bank) - Wikipedia

    Halifax branches in the rest of the UK use the Bank of Scotland brand for business banking. In 2006 the Bank of Scotland (Ireland), HBOS's main retail bank in the Republic of Ireland, announced that it would be rebranding its retail business as Halifax, citing the Irish public's exposure to Halifax advertising on ITV as among the reasons.

  5. Agriculture in Georgia (country) - Wikipedia

    In 2017 and 2018 Georgia banned the sale of agricultural land to foreigners in the Georgian constitution. The new constitution says that agricultural land is a ‘resource of exceptional significance’ and can be owned only by ‘the state, a self-governing entity, a citizen of Georgia, or a union of Georgian citizens’.

  6. Architecture of London - Wikipedia

    Londinium was initially founded as a military trading port, while the first capital of the province was at Camulodunum.But after the Boudican Revolt of 61, when both cities were razed to the ground, the capital was removed to London, which rapidly grew to pre-eminence with the establishment of a Forum and a provincial Praetorium.

  7. Rose Revolution - Wikipedia

    By the end of 2003, debt in the form of unpaid salaries and pensions reached $120 million. Deterioration of public infrastructure was also poorly addressed by Shevardnadze's government. Georgian businesses lost an average of 110 business days per year because of failures in infrastructure (usually in the energy sector).

  8. Bampton, Oxfordshire - Wikipedia,_Oxfordshire

    Bampton, also called Bampton-in-the-Bush, is a settlement and civil parish in the Thames Valley about 4 + 1 ⁄ 2 miles (7 km) southwest of Witney in Oxfordshire.The parish includes the hamlet of Weald.

  9. Royal - Wikipedia

    People. Royal (name), a list of people with either the surname or given name A member of a royal family; Places United States. Royal, Arkansas, an unincorporated community; Royal, Illinois, a village