g. henry lewes

Lewes

[loo-is]
noun
1.
George Henry, 1817–78, English writer and critic.
2.
a city in East Sussex, in SE England: battle 1264.
3.
a river flowing N and NW from Tagish Lake to join the Pelly River, in S Yukon Territory, Canada, forming the Yukon River: called the Upper Yukon River since 1945. About 338 miles (544 km) long.
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Lewes (ˈluːɪs)
 
n
a market town in S England, administrative centre of East Sussex, on the River Ouse: site of a battle (1264) in which Henry III was defeated by Simon de Montfort. Pop: 15 988 (2001)

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