I. biographical name Earl of 1881-1959 Edward Frederick Lindley Wood English statesman & diplomat II. geographical name 1. municipality & port Canada capital of Nova Scotia population 359,111 2. town N England in West Yorkshire population 87,488 • Haligonian noun

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