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  • Towns — may refer to the following:People*Robert Towns, founder of Townsville, Queensland *Ed Towns, American politician and a member of the U.S. House of Representatives *George W. Towns, United States lawyer and politician *Forrest Towns, American… …   Wikipedia

  • Towns — ist der Familienname folgender Personen: Colin Towns (* 1949), englischer Rock Pianist und Produzent Ed Towns (* 1934), US amerikanischer Politiker Forrest Towns (1914–1991), US amerikanischer Leichtathlet George Towns (1801–1854), US… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • towns — towns; towns·man; …   English syllables

  • towns- — in comb., as townsfolk, etc.: see town 11 …   Useful english dictionary

  • TOWNS —    An avid watcher of Westerns can easily spot the same back lot studio set Western town being used in film after film because towns in Westerns stereotypically do not vary greatly. While certain historic towns such as Abilene and Dodge City,… …   Westerns in Cinema

  • Towns OS — The Fujitsu Towns OS was a color Graphical User Interface desktop + mouse type similar to Windows and Macintosh GUIs and designed specifically for the proprietary FM Towns PC architecture. It was bootable from its CD media in 1989, something the… …   Wikipedia

  • towns — It is not easy to discover the criteria for distinguishing ‘cities’, ‘towns’, and ‘villages’ in the Bible, especially as English translations vary. Bethlehem is a ‘town’ (Judg. 17:8, NRSV, NJB) but a city in AV, RV, REB. Perhaps, in general,… …   Dictionary of the Bible

  • Towns — Recorded in the spellings of Town, Towns, and Towner, the latter meaning precisely one of the town , this interesting surname is of English origin. It is a topographical name for someone who lived in the centre of a large village or main… …   Surnames reference

  • Towns — Sp Táunsas Ap Towns L JAV apyg. (Džordžija) …   Pasaulio vietovardžiai. Internetinė duomenų bazė

  • towns — taÊŠn n. populated area that is smaller than a city; community governed by a town meeting (esp. in New England); downtown (Informal); inhabitants of a particular town or city; major city or town in a particular region adj. of a city, local …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Towns — /taʊnz/ (say townz) noun 1. George, 1869–1961, Australian world professional sculling champion 1902–05 and 1906–07. 2. Robert, 1794–1873, Australian merchant and politician, born in England; established Townsville as a port …   Australian English dictionary

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