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Welsh Cymru, western peninsula and political division (principality) of Great Britain (2011 pop. 3,063,456), 8,016 sq mi (20,761 sq km), west of

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Wall Street (New York, N.Y.)

In the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, Wall Street was the major commercial thoroughfare in lower Manhattan. The original Dutch settlers in New


Village in Norfolk, England, 8 km/5 mi north of Fakenham; population (2001) 864. There are ruins of an Augustinian priory founded in 1153, which was a

Warsaw (Poland)

( wôr'sô ), Pol. Warszawa, city (1993 est. pop. 1,655,700), capital of Poland and of Mazowieckie prov., central Poland, on both banks of the Vistula

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Washington (D.C.)

The politics and government of Washington, D. C., are shaped by its dual identity as both an urban center—it is one of the biggest cities on the

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Washington Monument (Washington, D.C.)

obelisk-shaped tower, 555 ft 51/9 in. (169.3 m) high, located on a 106-acre (43-hectare) site at the west end of the Mall, Washington, D.C.; dedicated

Washington (State)

state in the Pacific Northwest of the United States. It is bordered by Idaho (E); Oregon, with the Columbia River marking much of the boundary (S);

Waziristan (Pakistan)

( wӘzē'rĭstän´´ ), region (1981 est. pop. 545,000), 4,473 sq mi (11,585 sq km), Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (formerly North-West Frontier Province), Pakistan,

Weimar Republic

The German Weimar Republic was the product of the incomplete political and social revolution that swept away the Hohenzollern monarchy in 1918. For

Weimar (Thuringia, Germany)

( vì'mär ), city (1994 pop. 58,807), E Thuringia , central Germany, on the Ilm River. It is an industrial, transportation, and cultural center.