Cartwright is the occupation of making and repairing carts (a wainwright). It can also refer to:
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... Cartwright is an unincorporated community in northwestern McKenzie County, North Dakota, United States ... The community is named for Samuel George Cartwright, a rancher, trapper, and hunter, who was the first settler in the area ...
... Lionel Cartwright is the self-titled debut album from American country music singer Lionel Cartwright ... album four-and-a-half stars out of five, saying that out of Cartwright's three albums, it was "still his best." ...
... Cartwright Sound is a sound on the southwest coast of Graham Island in the Queen Charlotte Islands of the North Coast of British Columbia, Canada ... It was named by Captain George Vancouver in honour of John Cartwright, then serving in the Royal Navy under Admiral Howe and later a noted political and social reformer in Britain ...
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... Stephen Cartwright (28 December 1947 – 12 February 2004) was a British children's book illustrator who illustrated more than 150 books which sold millions of copies worldwide ... Cartwright was born in Bolton in the United Kingdom and studied at Rochdale College of Art before moving to London where he trained at Central Saint Martins College of Arts and ... Usborne Publishing, whose First Thousand Words series was Cartwright's first international success and was translated into 55 languages ...
More definitions of "Cartwright":
- (noun): English clergyman who invented the power loom (1743-1823).
Synonyms: Edmund Cartwright
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