I. biographical name Alexander 1755-1804 American statesman II. biographical name Edith 1867-1963 American classicist III. biographical name Lady Emma 1765-1815 née Amy Lyon mistress of Lord Nelson IV. geographical name 1. city SW Ohio N of Cincinnati population 60,690 2. town & port capital of Bermuda population 1100 3. — see Churchill 2 4. city & port Canada in SE Ontario on Lake Ontario population 490,268 5. city New Zealand on central North Island population 103,600

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