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.
The woman was struck on Bentinck Road when a BMW, which also knocked down a telegraph pole, ploughed through a garden wall and crashed into a house.
Emergency services were called to Bentinck Road in Newcastle's West End at around 3pm on Saturday but Mrs Mallaby was pronounced dead at the scene.
The fatal collision happened on Bentinck Road, with a BMW also knocking down a telegraph, ploughing though a garden wall and hitting a house.
Address : Iti Ltd Nsu Kolkata Office At Bentinck Street
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.
WHEN LORD WILLIAM BENTINCK arrived as the Governor General of India in 1828, the country was in the grip of terror.
Tim Bentinck For 33 years, Tim Bentinck has played David Archer in The Archers.