Wellesley


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Wellesley,

town (1990 pop. 26,615), Norfolk co., E Mass., a residential suburb SW of Boston; settled 1660, inc. 1881. Its many educational institutions include several private preparatory schools, Babson College, and Wellesley College.

Wellesley

his brother, Richard Colley, Marquis Wellesley. 1760--1842, British administrator. As governor general of Bengal (1797--1805) he consolidated British power in India
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Wellesley Bancorp is the parent of Wellesley Bank and its wholly-owned wealth management company, Wellesley Investment Partners LLC.
Address : 50 Kingsbury Street, Wellesley, MA, 02481-4831
The six cabins aboard My The Wellesley cater for up to 12 guests, offering every modern convenience and indulgence, including an on board massage therapist and diving instructor.
3m into the new Wellesley Trust Fund at the Foundation has also attracted matched funds from a Government scheme, taking the total founding value to nearly PS2m, which includes a sum for a first round of grants.
The court heard Mr Wellesley, 39, gets PS30,000 a year from trust funds set up for descendants of Arthur Wellesley, the Duke of Wellington, who defeated Napoleon at Waterloo.
After nine years of claiming she paid him rent, Carton, who has two children with 39-year-old Mr Wellesley, confessed: "He is a little more than a landlord.
The Wellesley inn offers 96 guest rooms with a full compliment of amenities for the business traveler.
TORONTO -- A new 112-unit supportive housing unit apartment building will be located at the site of the former Wellesley Hospital in downtown Toronto.
WE'RE TOLD in the opening moments of the gruelingly earnest ``Mona Lisa Smile'' that Katherine Watson (Julia Roberts) is a bohemian from California (even worse, she hails from the northern part of the state) who has come to Wellesley College - the most conservative college in the nation
Complicated discussions began with the Mahrattas while Wellesley moved his army north at a rate of two or three miles a day to Scindia's stronghold of Ahmednuggur.