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National Football League - Teams - Current NFL Teams
... Jacksonville Jaguars will begin hosting one of its regular season games in London, England as part of the International Series, making the NFL the first U.S.-based sports ... The New England Patriots and Washington Redskins are the second and third most valuable NFL teams, with respective values of $1.64 billion and $1.6 billion ... Ross New England Patriots Gillette Stadium Foxborough, MA Nov 22, 1970 ... Bill Belichick Robert Kraft New York Jets MetLife Stadium East Rutherford, NJ Aug 14, 1959 ...
North England Inward Investment Agency
... The North of England Inward Investment Agency (NoE, North of England, North England) is a UK government sponsored agency that represents two regional development ... to businesses and therefore attract targeted inward investment to the North of England region ... expansion or relocation and resources in North England ...
January 1 - Events
... The first traveler's cheques, which can be used in 90 European cities, go on sale in London, England, Great Britain ... a sermon led by John Newton in the town of Olney, England ... republic and second independent country in North America after the United States 1806 – The French Republican Calendar is abolished ...

Famous quotes containing the words england and/or north:

    Tried by a New England eye, or the more practical wisdom of modern times, they are the oracles of a race already in its dotage; but held up to the sky, which is the only impartial and incorruptible ordeal, they are of a piece with its depth and serenity, and I am assured that they will have a place and significance as long as there is a sky to test them by.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    If I could put my hand on the north star, would it be as beautiful? The sea is lovely, but when we bathe in it the beauty forsakes all the near water. For the imagination and senses cannot be gratified at the same time.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)