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Barnet

(bär`nət), outer borough (1991 pop. 283,000) of Greater London, SE England. Although mainly residential, manufactures there include automobile and aircraft parts, electrical components, and beverages. At the battle of Barnet (1471) during the Wars of the Roses, Edward IV of the House of York defeated the Lancastrian Richard Neville, earl of Warwick. Neville died in the fighting.

Barnet

a borough of N Greater London: scene of a Yorkist victory (1471) in the Wars of the Roses. Pop.: 324 400 (2003 est.). Area: 89 sq. km (34 sq. miles)
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Once the fans were picked up, the former Champions League winner then proceeded to bring the shivering Barnet fans coffee while they waited for their replacement bus to arrive.
The gesture was certainly appreciated by the fans, with one writing on a fan's forum: "You can follow the plastic Premiership as much as you like - but a day like that only happens at Barnet.
While Barnet fans had their own unlikely hero that day,