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Bentinck

Lord William Cavendish. 1774--1839, British statesman, governor general of Bengal (1828--35)
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The scene after a fatal crash on Bentinck Road in Newcastle's West End
Police cordoned off part of Bentinck Road for more than six hours on Saturday, while forensic teams carried out their investigations and cleared debris.
A stretch of Bentinck Road was cordoned off by police for more than six hours while forensics officers investigated the collision and the debris was cleared.
A force spokeswoman said: "At about 3pm today, Saturday December 16, police received a report of a single vehicle collision on Bentinck Road.
All three of DeTrafford's other developments on the Bentinck Street estate were approved in May by officers under delegated powers.
CPR Kolkata- Bentinck Street is located at 7A, Bentinck Street, Kolkata, West Bengal, 700001.
Facing terrorism on a massive scale, Lord Bentinck made suppression of the Thugs his primary objective.
In 1839 Lord George Bentinck decided to formalise the arrangement where the senior steward at Goodwood presented a cup to a winner of his choice and a year later the race known as the Stewards' Cup was run for the first time.
BIRKENHEAD Stronger Communities Initiative Association (SCIA) held a community bulb planting day in Bentinck Street.
Tim Bentinck (from the BBC Radio four serial The Archers) was for years the "Mind the Gap" voice on the Piccadilly line.