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Maidenhead,

city (1991 pop. 59,809), Windsor and Maidenhead, S central England, on the Thames River. It is a residential town with brewing and milling industries as well as a resort. The 13th-century stone bridge was rebuilt in the 1770s.

maidenhead

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Maidenhead

a town in S England, in Windsor and Maidenhead unitary authority, Berkshire, on the River Thames. Pop.: 58 848 (2001)
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