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Liverpool () is a major city and Any other ethnic groupmetropolitan borough in Any other ethnic groupmetropolitan boroughnorth west England . By 2015, the city council area had an estimated population of 478,580 whilst the Liverpool/Birkenhead metropolitan area had a population over 2.2 million.. NUTS3 is UKD72. Liverpool is the principal city within the city council areaLiverpool City Region .Liverpool sits on the eastern side of the city council areaLiverpool City RegionMersey Estuary ... read more

HMS Liverpool

Seven ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS ''Liverpool'' after the city of Royal NavyLiverpool , whilst another was planned:The name ''Liverpool'' was also the former name of the ship-of-the line , which was taken into the Royal Navy in 1836 as a gift from the Type 42destroyerPersian GulfOperation TelicImaum of Muscat to the British crown; however the name ''Liverpool'' was not used in the Royal Navy for this ship. Type 42destroyerPersian GulfOperation TelicImaum of MuscatCategory:Royal... read more

Liverpool Echo

The ''Liverpool Echo'' is a newspaper published by Trinity Mirror in Trinity MirrorLiverpool , Trinity MirrorLiverpoolMerseyside , Trinity MirrorLiverpoolMerseysideEngland . It is published Monday to Sunday, and is Liverpool's daily newspaper. Until 13 January 2012 it had a sister morning paper, the '' Trinity MirrorLiverpoolMerseysideEnglandLiverpool Daily Post ''. It has an average daily circulation of 52,984.Historically the newspaper was published by the Liverpool Daily Post & Echo Ltd.The... read more

Anfield, Liverpool

Anfield is a district of Liverpool , LiverpoolMerseyside , LiverpoolMerseysideEngland and a LiverpoolMerseysideEnglandLiverpool City Council Ward . The population of the Liverpool Ward at the time of the 2011 census was 14,510.==Toponymy==Originally common pasture land within the town of Walton on the Hill , the area had the name of ''Hanging-fields'' or ''Hangfield'' - the name originating from the deeply sloping (or 'hanging') nature of the terrain. The name was also frequently written... read more

Liverpool crater

Landsat image of the Liverpool crater (circular feature in centre); screen capture from NASA World Wind Liverpool is a Landsat image of the Liverpool crater (circular feature in centre); screen capture from NASA World Windmeteorite Landsat image of the Liverpool crater (circular feature in centre); screen capture from NASA World Windmeteoriteimpact crater situated in Landsat image of the Liverpool crater (circular feature in centre); screen capture from NASA World Windmeteoriteimpact craterArnhem... read more

Dingle, Liverpool

Dingle (known locally as the Dingle) is an inner-city area of inner-cityLiverpool , inner-cityLiverpoolMerseyside , inner-cityLiverpoolMerseysideEngland . It is located to the south of the city, bordered by the adjoining districts of inner-cityLiverpoolMerseysideEnglandToxteth and inner-cityLiverpoolMerseysideEnglandToxtethAigburth . At the 2001 Census , the population was recorded at 13,246.==History==Dingle is an area entirely within the boundaries of the old Toxteth Park .It is named... read more

Walton, Liverpool

Walton, originally known as Walton-on-the-Hill, in Liverpool , LiverpoolMerseyside , England, is an area situated to the north of Anfield and the east of AnfieldBootle and AnfieldBootleOrrell Park . Historically in HistoricallyLancashire , it is largely residential, with a diverse population.==History==The town name 'Walton', may have been derived from the same origins as the country name ' HistoricallyLancashireWales '. The incoming HistoricallyLancashireWalesSaxons called the earlier... read more

Capital Liverpool

Capital Liverpool is an Independent Local Radio station serving Independent Local RadioLiverpool . It is owned and operated by Independent Local RadioLiverpoolGlobal Radio , Radio Today, 5 October 2015 and relaunched as part of the Capital FM network early in 2016, replacing 107.6 Juice FM., Radio Today, 5 October 2015==History==The station launched on Friday 27 March 1998 as 107 Crash FM on 27 March 1998 from studios at 27 Fleet Street in Liverpool. It developed from a handful of broadcasts... read more

Everton, Liverpool

Everton is a district in Liverpool , in LiverpoolMerseyside , LiverpoolMerseysideEngland , and a LiverpoolMerseysideEnglandLiverpool City Council ward . Historically in HistoricallyLancashire , at the 2001 Census the population was recorded as 7,398, increasing to 14,782 at the 2011 Census.==Toponymy==The name Everton is derived from the Saxon word ''eofor'', meaning " Saxonwild boar that lives in forests".==Description== 2003 View of the city from Everton Park Everton is an inner city... read more

Liverpool Telescope

The Liverpool Telescope (LT) is a fully robotic roboticRitchey–Chrétien telescope that observes autonomously; i.e., it operates without human intervention. Professional astronomers and other registered users submit observation specifications to be considered by the telescope's robotic control system (RCS) at any time of the day or night using an online roboticRitchey–Chrétien telescopeGUI . Each night the RCS decides for itself what to observe next based on target visibility and weather... read more

Liverpool Range

The Liverpool Range is a mountain range and a mountain rangelava -field province in mountain rangelavaNew South Wales , mountain rangelavaNew South WalesAustralia .The eastern peaks of the range were the traditional territory of the mountain rangelavaNew South WalesAustraliaWonnarua people .==Geography==The Liverpool Range starts from the mountain rangelavaNew South WalesAustraliaWonnarua peoplevolcanic plateau known as the mountain rangelavaNew South WalesAustraliaWonnarua peoplevolcanic... read more

Liverpool Castle

Liverpool Castle was a castle in Liverpool, England , that stood from the early 13th century to the early 18th century.==Construction==The castle was probably erected in the 1230s, between 1232 and 1235, under the orders of Liverpool, EnglandWilliam de Ferrers, 4th Earl of Derby . No records of the castle construction survive, except the licence to fortify de Ferrers received in 1235. Nearby in West Derby , there had long been a castle, which was taken by the Ferrerses in 1232, but by 1296 it... read more

Nicholas Liverpool

Nicholas Joseph Orville Liverpool (9 September 1934 – 1 June 2015) was a politician and jurist from Dominica who served as the sixth President of Dominica from 2 October 2003 to 17 September 2012.In 1957, Liverpool entered the President of DominicaUniversity of Hull and obtained an LL.B (Hons.) degree in 1960. He was called to the bar at LL.BInner Temple in 1961. He received a Ph.D degree from Ph.DUniversity of Sheffield in 1965., President's Office. Accessed 26 July 2008. After returning... read more

Liverpool (disambiguation)

Liverpool is a city in Merseyside, England. It may also refer to:== Other uses == ''Liverpool'' (2012 film)Liverpool rummyHMS LiverpoolRoyal NavyLiverpool-class lifeboatCategory:Place name disambiguation pages read more

Allerton, Liverpool

Allerton is a suburb of Liverpool , LiverpoolEngland . Historically in HistoricallyLancashire , it is located southeast of Liverpool city centre , bordered by Liverpool city centreMossley Hill , Liverpool city centreMossley HillWoolton , Liverpool city centreMossley HillWooltonHunt's Cross and Garston .Allerton has a number of large houses in the prestigious GarstonCalderstones Park area, with mainly 1930s semi-detached housing around the shopping area of Allerton Road. Allerton is... read more

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