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Originally appearing in Volume V03, Page 625 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
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BEDWORTH, a manufacturing town in the Nuneaton parliamentary division of Warwickshire, England; on the Nuneaton-Coventry branch of the London & North Western railway, loo m. north-west from London. Pop. (1900) 7169. A tramway connects with Coventry, and the Coventry canal passes through. Coal and ironstone are mined; there are iron-works, and bricks, hats, ribbons and tape and silk are made. Similar industries' are pursued in the populous district (including the villages of Exhall and Foleshill) which extends southward towards Coventry.
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BEE (Sanskrit blza, AS. ben, Lat. apis)

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