Kirklees Metropolitan Borough

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Boroughs Incorporated In England And Wales 1835–1882
... The Municipal Corporations Act 1835 reformed 178 existing boroughs ... to submit petitions for the grant of a charter of incorporation as a municipal borough ... Up to 1851, eighteen boroughs were incorporated sixteen towns that had been enfranchised by the Reform Act 1832 and two of the boroughs unreformed in 1835 were brought ...
KV54 - Gallery of Images
... collar found in tomb KV54, on display at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City Linen from KV54 containing hieratic writing bearing ...
Metropolitan Statistical Area
... In the United States a Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) is a geographical region with a relatively high population density at its core and close economic ties ... As such the precise definition of any given metropolitan area can vary with the source ... A typical metropolitan area is centered around a single large city that wields substantial influence over the region (e.g ...
Ukrainian Orthodox Church (Moscow Patriarchate) - Metropolitans of Kiev and All Ukraine
... The first Metropolitan of Kiev was the Holy Hierarch Michael from 988 to 992 ... Here is the list of the latest Metropolitans since the persecution of the Church and then the independence of Ukraine ... Hieromartyr Volodymyr (Bohoyavlenskyi) 1915 - 1918 Metropolitan Antonius (Khrapovytskyi) 1918 - 1919 Archbishop Nazariy (Blinov) 1919-1921 Metropolitan ...
Huddersfield - List of Civic Honours and Freedoms
... (West Riding), the Huddersfield County Borough had conferred on the regiment the Freedom of the Town ... This right to march was technically lost when the County Borough itself was merged with Dewsbury to form Kirklees Metropolitan Borough Council though, unofficially ... However, the County Borough no longer exists and so there was no authority to do so ...

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