Basildon

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Basildon

(bă`zəldən), city (1991 pop. 94,800) and district, Essex, E England. The southern portion is Basildon New Town, a planned community with many factories. Industries include light engineering, chemicals, printing, and clothing manufacturing.

Basildon

a town in SE England, in S Essex: designated a new town in 1955. Pop.: 99 876 (2001)
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