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Kidderminster,

city (1991 pop. 50,385), Worcestershire, W central England. The city had a prosperous cloth trade from the 14th to 18th cent. Kidderminster carpets have been produced since 1735. Associated industries include spinning, dyeing, and metal forging.

Kidderminster

1. a town in W central England, in N Worcestershire on the River Stour: carpet industry. Pop.: 55 610 (2001)
2. a type of ingrain reversible carpet originally made at Kidderminster
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