DISS , amarket
See also:town in the
See also:parliamentary division of Norfolk, England; near the
See also:river Waveney (the boundary with
See also:Suffolk), 95 M . N.E. by N. from
See also:London by the
See also:Great Eastern railway . Pop. of urban
See also:district (1901) 3745• The town lies pleasantly upon a
See also:hill rising above a mere, which drains to the Waveney, having its
See also:banks laid out as public gardens . The
See also:church of St Mary exhibits Decorated and Perpendicular
See also:stone and
See also:work . There is a corn
See also:exchange and the agricultural
See also:trade is considerable; brushes and
See also:matting are manufactured . The poet and satirist,
See also:Skelton (d . 1529), was rector here in the later
See also:part of his
See also:life, and is doubtfully considered a native .
DISPERSION (from Lat. dispergere, to scatter)
DISSECTION (from Lat. dissecare, to cut apart)
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