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Prince Regent

George IV as regent of Great Britain and Ireland during the insanity of his father (1811--20)

Prince Regent

 

an inlet of the Canadian archipelago that joins the Parry Strait zone with the Gulf of Boothia. Length, approximately 220 km; width, 80–140 km; maximum depth, 439 m. The inlet is totally or partially ice-free in August and the first half of September. W. Parry discovered the inlet in 1819.

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The Stockton-based builder began developing four and five bedroom detached homes at its Prince Regents Court site at Guisborough two years ago.
The award-winning team involved at Prince Regents Court has now moved to concentrate their efforts at the company's new flagship site - Manor Fields at Wynyard Park.
Mr Davies added: "It's very similar to Prince Regents Court - although we've modified the designs slightly on the back of comments that were made to us by previous purchasers.
When we were building at Prince Regents Court we had a lot of people who were relocating to the area from as far afield as London.
Manor Fields and Prince Regents Court provide an important addition to the George Wimpey North East stable.

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