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Warwick British & World English

The county town of Warwickshire, in central England, on the River Avon; population 24,800 (est. 2009)

Warwick New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

, Richard Neville, Earl of (1428–71), English statesman; known as Warwick the Kingmaker

Warwick, Dionne British & World English

(1941-), US singer. Her work is collected in albums such as Here I Am (1966), The Windows of the World (1968), I'll Never Fall in Love Again (1970), and I Say a Little Prayer for You (2000)

Warwick, Richard Neville British & World English

Earl of (1428–71), English statesman; known as Warwick the Kingmaker. During the Wars of the Roses he fought first on the Yorkist side, helping Edward IV to gain the throne (1461), and then on the Lancastrian side, briefly restoring Henry VI to the throne (1470). Warwick was killed at the battle of Barnet

West Warwick British & World English

A town in central Rhode Island, southwest of Providence; population 29,255 (est. 2008)

Earl of Warwick in Simnel, Lambert British & World English

(Circa 1475–1525), English pretender and rebel. He was trained by Yorkists to impersonate firstly one of the Princes in the Tower and subsequently the Earl of Warwick in an attempt to overthrow Henry VII

Warwick the Kingmaker in Warwick, Richard Neville British & World English

Earl of (1428–71), English statesman; known as Warwick the Kingmaker. During the Wars of the Roses he fought first on the Yorkist side, helping Edward IV to gain the throne (1461), and then on the Lancastrian side, briefly restoring Henry VI to the throne (1470). Warwick was killed at the battle of Barnet

Warwick the Kingmaker in Warwick New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

, Richard Neville, Earl of (1428–71), English statesman; known as Warwick the Kingmaker