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Kitchener,

city (1991 pop. 168,282), Regional Municipality of Waterloo, S Ont., Canada, in the Grand River valley. Settled largely by Mennonites from Pennsylvania in 1806, it was known as Berlin until 1916, when it was renamed in memory of Lord Kitchener. Its products include packaged meats, metal and leather goods, spirits, appliances, furniture, and rubber products. Because of the close socioeconomic ties between Kitchener and the city of WaterlooWaterloo
. 1 City (1991 pop. 71,181), SE Ont., Canada. It adjoins Kitchener. Several large insurance companies have their main offices there, and the adjoining cities form a high technology hub.
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, the area is commonly known as Kitchener-Waterloo. Woodside National Historic Park commemorates the birthplace of W. L. MacKenzie King.

Kitchener

 

a city in southern Canada, in the province of Ontario, in the Grand River Valley. Population, 224,000 (1971, including suburbs). Kitchener has enterprises of the machine-building, metalworking, chemical, leather, textile, food-processing, and electrotechnical industries.

Kitchener

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Horatio Herbert, 1st Earl Kitchener of Khartoum. 1850--1916, British field marshal. As head of the Egyptian army (1892--98), he expelled the Mahdi from the Sudan (1898), occupying Khartoum; he also commanded British forces (1900--02) in the Boer War and (1902--09) in India. He conducted the mobilization of the British army for World War I as war minister (1914--16); he was drowned on his way to Russia

Kitchener

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an industrial town in SE Canada, in S Ontario: founded in 1806 as Dutch Sand Hills, it was renamed Berlin in 1830 and Kitchener in 1916. Pop.: 190 399 (2001)
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Kitchener began his rugby career in the Sixways academy and made 61 first-team appearances for Warriors before he joined Leicester Tigers in 2011.
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Mr Kitchener, 57, of Thrussington, was driving the Volkswagen vehicle.
Kitchener has played 165 times for Leicester, helping the Tigers to the 2013 Premiership title.
The development project includes the collection and treatment of wastewater, solid waste management, and the rehabilitation of the Kitchener infrastructure, said the Minister of Water Resources and Irrigation, Mohamed Abdel Atty.
After the success of his shop in Redcar, Paul Kitchener has opened a CBD Surepure shop in Prince Regent Street, Stockton
Sentencing, Mr Recorder Gregory Bull said he had taken into account the fact that the men were of previous good character, and the amount of money the RAF had spent training Kitchener and Smith, in deciding whether to issue a custodial sentence.
Royal Air Force servicemen Jak Kitchener and Alexander Edward Smith, together with Edward Gething, drove at 117mph on the A483 and B5401 on June 17 last year.
Beatrice Kitchener, the Taraba Focal Person for the programme, disclosed this to newsmen in Jalingo while reacting to reports of alleged sharp practices involving officials of the programme in the state.
Leeds, United Kingdom, June 17, 2018 --(PR.com)-- 70 years ago, a young Trinidadian, born Aldwyn Roberts, but better known as Lord Kitchener, disembarked the Empire Windrush to a flurry of excitement and Pathe news cameras.
Earl Kitchener of Khartoum also nicknamed as Kitchener of Chaos, was the British Military Chief in the First World War.

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