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Proper noun
  1. The region of the island of Great Britain which is to the east of Wales and the south of Scotland; one of the constituent countries of the United Kingdom.
  2. A habitational surname​.
  3. (offensive) The United Kingdom.
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He's been living in England for several years but he's returning stateside next month.
In 1139, Robert and Matilda crossed the channel and arrived in England while Geoffrey kept the pressure on Normandy.
He then took the decision to sail for England in January 1153 to meet Stephen.
These measures were successful in improving his income, but on his return to England in the 1160s Henry took further steps.
The term Angevin Empire was coined by Kate Norgate in her 1887 publication, England under the Angevin Kings.
Stephen was captured in February 1141 at the Battle of Lincoln, which prompted the collapse of his authority in both England and Normandy.

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