Windsor


Windsor

Windsor may refer to:

*Windsor (automobile) defunct American automobile maker
*Windsor (typeface), serif typeface used in the credits of Woody Allen films
*Windsor cap, soft men's cap
*Windsor chair, type of armchair with turned bars forming a back and four turned legs
*Windsor knot, type of knot used to tie a necktie
*Windsor Report, report on challenges to unity in the Anglican Communion issued in 2004
*Windsor core, a version of Athlon 64 CPU

Places

Australia

*Windsor, New South Wales
*Windsor, Queensland, a suburb of Brisbane
*Windsor, Victoria, a suburb of Melbourne

Canada

*Windsor, Newfoundland and Labrador
*Windsor, Nova Scotia
*Windsor, Ontario
*Windsor, Quebec

New Zealand

*New Windsor, New Zealand, a suburb of Auckland

outh Africa

*Windsor, Gauteng, a suburb of Randburg

United Kingdom

*Windsor, Berkshire, on the western outskirts of London
**Windsor Castle, located here
**Windsor (UK Parliament constituency), the constituency centred around this town
**Old Windsor, a village near Windsor
*Windsor, Belfast
*Windsor, Cornwall
*Windsor, Lincolnshire

United States of America

*East Windsor, New Jersey
*East Windsor, Connecticut
*New Windsor, Maryland
*New Windsor, New York
*South Windsor, Connecticut
*West Windsor, New Jersey
*Windsor, California
*Windsor, Colorado
*Windsor, Connecticut, the first town of this name in the United States.
*Windsor, Florida
*Windsor, Mercer County, Illinois
*Windsor, Shelby County, Illinois
*Windsor, Maine
*Windsor, Massachusetts
*Windsor, Missouri
*Windsor, New Hampshire
*Windsor, New Jersey
*Windsor (town), New York
**Windsor (village), New York
*Windsor, North Carolina
*Windsor, Pennsylvania
*Windsor, South Carolina
*Windsor, Vermont
*Windsor, Virginia
*Windsor, Wisconsin
*Windsor County, Vermont
*Windsor Heights, Iowa
*Windsor Heights, West Virginia
*Windsor Locks, Connecticut
*Windsor Township, Pennsylvania

People

urname

*House of Windsor, the present British Royal Family
*Albert Windsor, member of the British royal family
*Lady Amelia Windsor, 26th in line of succession to the British throne
*Andrew Windsor, 1st Baron Windsor, English nobleman
*Barbara Windsor, British actress
*Bobby Windsor, former rugby union player
*Claire Windsor, American actress
*Frank Windsor, British television actor
*Lord Frederick Windsor, 32nd in line of succession to the British throne
*Lady Gabriella Windsor, 33st in line of succession to the British throne
*Gerard Windsor, Australian author
*Gloria Windsor, American model
*Jason Windsor, American baseball player
*Keri Windsor, American pornographic actress
*Lady Louise Windsor, 9th in line of succession to the British throne
*Marie Windsor, American actress
*Lady Marina-Charlotte Windsor, 25th in line of succession to the British throne
*Lord Nicholas Windsor, member of the British royal family
*Peter Windsor, Ferrari journalist and reporter
*Richard Windsor, American explorer
*Lady Rose Windsor, 23rd in line of succession to the British throne
*Roger Windsor, former chief executive of the National Union of Mineworkers
*Tony Windsor, Australian independent politician

Title

* The Duke of Windsor, formerly King Edward VIII
* Wallis, Duchess of Windsor, wife of the Duke

Given name

*Windsor Davies, English actor

tructures

*Windsor Castle, one of the homes of the monarch of Britain
*Windsor House, a skyscraper in Northern Ireland
*Windsor Park, a football stadium which is home to Linfield F.C. and the Northern Ireland football team
*Windsor Tower, a skyscraper in Madrid, Spain, which was destroyed in a fire in 2005
*Windsor Station, several places
*Windsor Hotel, several places

Transport

*USS "Windsor", two ships by this name serving during WWII
*"Windsor" (ship), a ship wrecked off the coast of Australia in 1816
*Windsor-class attack transport, a class of US Navy ships used to transport troops and their equipment

Other uses

*Brown Windsor soup
*Ford Windsor engine, V8 engine produced by Ford
*Red Windsor cheese, type of English cheddar cheese
*"The Merry Wives of Windsor", comedy by William Shakespeare

ee also

*Windsor Hotel (disambiguation)
*Windsor Station, several place


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  • Windsor — puede referirse a: Windsor, una ciudad de Inglaterra. Windsor, un pueblo del estado de California, Estados Unidos. Windsor, una ciudad del estado de Colorado, Estados Unidos. Windsor, una ciudad del estado de Connecticut, Estados Unidos. Windsor …   Wikipedia Español

  • Windsor — puede ser: ● Una ciudad de Inglaterra. ● Una ciudad de Colorado, Estados Unidos. ● Casa de Windsor: el nombre de la Casa de la Familia Real Británica. ● Castillo de Windsor: una de las residencias de la Familia Real Británica. ● La Torre Windsor …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Windsor, IL — U.S. village in Illinois Population (2000): 720 Housing Units (2000): 335 Land area (2000): 0.442133 sq. miles (1.145120 sq. km) Water area (2000): 0.000000 sq. miles (0.000000 sq. km) Total area (2000): 0.442133 sq. miles (1.145120 sq. km) FIPS… …   StarDict's U.S. Gazetteer Places

  • Windsor — (duc de). V. Édouard VIII. Windsor ou New Windsor v. d Angleterre (Berkshire), sur la Tamise; 28 330 hab. Chât. royal (XIIe s.), agrandi (1344) et modifié au XIXe s. La famille royale d Angleterre (maison de Hanovre Saxe Cobourg Gotha) adopta le… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Windsor — Wind sor, n. A town in Berkshire, England. [1913 Webster] {Windsor bean}. (Bot.) See under {Bean}. {Windsor chair}, a kind of strong, plain, polished, wooden chair. Simmonds. {Windsor soap}, a scented soap well known for its excellence. [1913… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Windsor — town in Berkshire, O.E. Windlesoran (c.1060), lit. bank or slope with a windlass (O.E. *windels). Site of a royal residence, hence Windsor chair (1724), Windsor tie (1895), Windsor knot in a necktie (1953) …   Etymology dictionary

  • Windsor — (spr. Uints r), 1) Marktflecken in Berkshire, an der Themse (steinerne Brücke nach dem durch sein College berühmten Dorfe Eton) u. der englischen Südwestbahn; 9600 Ew.; königliches Schloß (Windsor Castle) auf einer Anhöhe, mit Graben u. Wall… …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Windsor, CA — U.S. town in California Population (2000): 22744 Housing Units (2000): 7728 Land area (2000): 6.743542 sq. miles (17.465693 sq. km) Water area (2000): 0.000000 sq. miles (0.000000 sq. km) Total area (2000): 6.743542 sq. miles (17.465693 sq. km)… …   StarDict's U.S. Gazetteer Places

  • Windsor, CO — U.S. town in Colorado Population (2000): 9896 Housing Units (2000): 3692 Land area (2000): 14.647865 sq. miles (37.937794 sq. km) Water area (2000): 0.309297 sq. miles (0.801075 sq. km) Total area (2000): 14.957162 sq. miles (38.738869 sq. km)… …   StarDict's U.S. Gazetteer Places


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