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York (123 000) is the residence of the Archbishop of the Anglican Church of the Northern Province and a superb Gothic cathedral called York Minster. This was conquered a few centuries before Wales but has no particular legal or constitutional status today, although there is a mild independence movement. In the southwest, a peninsula with low plateaus and granite outcroppings makes up the region known as the West Country. My motto as I live and learn is: dig and be dug in return.

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Publisher: Chartech International; New Ed edition (March 2000)

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