Bentinck


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Ben·tinck

 (bĕn′tĭngk), William Henry Cavendish Third Duke of Portland. 1738-1809.
British politician who served as prime minister (1783 and 1807-1809) and home secretary (1794-1801).

Bentinck

(ˈbɛntɪŋk)
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(Biography) Lord William Cavendish. 1774–1839, British statesman, governor general of Bengal (1828–35)
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As I passed the corner which leads from Bentinck Street on to the Welbeck Street crossing a two-horse van furiously driven whizzed round and was on me like a flash.
Police believe a 19-year-old man was shot on Bentinck Road, in the Elswick area, at around 1am on Wednesday.
On Thursday, Kenneth Thompson, 45, of Bentinck Street, Elswick, appeared in court after being charged with possession of a firearm, possession of a firearm to commit an indictable offence and criminal damage.
George Bentinck: You don't need to be an expert in camera systems or IP networking to provide a safe and secure environment for your children and students to learn and to grow.
Apparently named after an Admiral Bentinck, who owned the house for a number of years, Bentinck House is a midterrace family home in one of the best tree-lined streets in Leamington Spa, a short walk from the town centre.
Apparently named after an Admiral Bentinck, who owned the house for a number of years, Bentinck House is a mid-terrace family home in one of the best tree-lined streets in Leamington Spa, a short walk from the town centre.
The debut novel of author Thomas Hardy, originally published in 1871, Desperate Remedies is a classic Victorian novel now available in a "Naxos Complete Classics" unabridged audiobook rendition, superbly performed by BBC Radio professional Anna Bentinck. Set in the Victorian era, the story follows the impoverished young woman Cytheria Graye, who by necessity takes a job for the wealthy and eccentric Miss Aldclyffe.
The fatal collision happened on Bentinck Road, with a BMW also knocking down a telegraph, ploughing though a garden wall and hitting a house.
Developers DeTrafford want to build 79 flats on the former Bentinck Street industrial estate off Chester Road, south of the city centre, in its fourth and final plan for the site.
Josh Sevick, CPR's President stated, "This new CPR store on Bentinck Street in Kolkata is the fifth Indian franchise that has opened in recent months.