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Brentwood,city (1991 pop. 51,212) and district, Essex, SE England. Brentwood is mainly residential but produces some agricultural equipment, film, and prefabricated concrete. The city was located on an important coach road from London to Colchester. The 15th-century White Hart Inn still stands. Brentwood School was founded in the 16th cent.
Brentwood.1 Uninc. town (1990 pop. 45,218), Suffolk co., SE N.Y., on central Long Island, in the town of Islip. It is mainly residential, with various light industries. Josiah WarrenWarren, Josiah,
1798–1874, American reformer and anarchist, b. Boston. An early follower of Robert Owen, he soon rejected Owen's political socialism, advocating instead anarchy based on "the sovereignty of the individual.
..... Click the link for more information. led (1851) an experiment in communal living in Brentwood. A campus of the New York Institute of Technology is there.2 Borough (1990 pop. 10,823), Allegheny co., W Pa., a residential suburb of Pittsburgh; inc. 1915.
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a residential town in SE England, in SW Essex near London. Pop.: 47 593 (2001)
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