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Gravesend:

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, city and district (1991 est. pop. 90,000), Kent, SE England, on the Thames River. Industries include shipbuilding, metal casting, engineering, paper making, printing, and the production of tires, rubber products, and cement.
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Gravesend

a river port in SE England, in NW Kent on the Thames. Pop.: 53 045 (2001)
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Their partners have also been jailed for their roles, and Luke Gilleeney, of Gravesend, Kent was jailed for three years after admitting conspiring to supply.
David Jeremy, 26, from Heol Trelai, Ely, Cardiff, and Karl Gilleeney, 44, from Gravesend, Kent, described as the pivotal players in the drugs ring, recruited friends and family to complete their deals.
The whale was initially examined at the spot where she died at the dockside in Denton, near Gravesend, Kent.
The mammal's body was moved to Gravesend, Kent, for examination as questions emerged about how it came to be in the Thames - and if enough was done to try to save it.
Ronald Frederick Chapple, 55, of Old Road East, Gravesend, Kent, denied conspiracy to supply cannabis and import it, but was found guilty at Newcastle Crown Court and jailed for nine years.
Together, Prime Minister Tony Blair and Deputy Prime Minister John Prescott launched the detailed Thames Gateway strategy while visiting Gravesend, Kent, in March 2005.
Cheryl, of Gravesend, Kent, may well be ready for another break once her latest bundle of joy arrives.
Jason Place, 42, of Gravesend, Kent, was jailed for six years and nine months.
Dope smoker Armstrong of Gravesend, Kent, had approached them in the street and asked: "Do you want to have sex with me?
Her case prompted a wave of support after it emerged she had already spent her pounds 6,000 life savings on Sunitinib and was being forced to sell her home in Luddesdown, near Gravesend, Kent.
Over two years Karl Gilleeney, 44, from Gravesend, Kent, sold cocaine on a wholesale basis to David Jeremy 26, from Ely, Cardiff, who would sell the drug locally.
The road-rage chase started on the A2 dual carriageway near Gravesend, Kent, after aLand Rover Discovery drove into the path of the couple's Rover 45 from a slip road.