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Canterbury Sports Equipment
- equipment needed to participate in a particular sport
- Words Covered: bat, ball, helmet, baseball cap, glove, skies, skateboard, baseball, racket, shin guard, net, knee pads
- Sports equipment is a general term for any object used for sport or exercise.
- A city in Kent, in southeastern England, the seat of the archbishop of Canterbury; pop. 39,700
- Canterbury is the third album by Diamond Head. The album was recorded and released in 1983, reaching Number 32 on the UK Album Chart.
- Canterbury of New Zealand — sometimes incorrectly referred to as CCC — is a New Zealand-based sports apparel company, now majority-owned by Kuwait Finance House, that focuses on rugby football.
- a town in Kent in southeastern England; site of the cathedral where Thomas a Becket was martyred in 1170; seat of the archbishop and primate of the Anglican Church
Canterbury's Law: The Complete Series
Emmy® Award winner Julianna Margulies stars in Canterbury's Law, "a lightning-paced legal drama that roars with a feisty thunder" (Matt Roush, TV Guide). Cunning, shrewd and tough as nails, defense attorney Elizabeth Canterbury (Margulies) takes on the risky cases no other lawyer could possibly win in this edgy and "highly entertaining" (John Griffiths, US Weekly) six-episode DVD collection. Whether she's battling the city's ruthless deputy attorney general, her independent-minded associates or her long-suffering husband Mat (Aidan Quinn), Elizabeth fights for justice no matter what the cost!
“Why are lawyers buried 30 feet underground? Because deep down they really are good people.” That crack, delivered by a character in Canterbury’s Law about his own profession, pretty accurately reflects how a lot of folks feel about attorneys. But that hasn’t stopped television producers from churning out shows about them, or viewers from watching, and this short-lived Fox series (with all six episodes on two discs) is a fine addition to the canon. Julianna Margulies stars as Elizabeth Canterbury, a defense attorney strling to maintain her private practice in Providence, Rhode Island. Like several other female leads these days--The Closer’s Kyra Sedgwick and Saving Grace’s Holly Hunter are but two examples--she isn’t always, or even often, especially likable; though she’s clearly good at her job, Canterbury can be arrogant and humorless, with a knack for alienating everyone around her, friend or foe. She also has a penchant for bending the legal rules, starting with the very first episode (directed by Mike Figgis of Leaving Las Vegas renown), in which she commits two felonies in the process of gaining an acquittal for an accused child murderer. That stunt puts her directly in the crosshairs of Deputy District Attorney Zach Williams (Terry Kinney), her vindictive nemesis, but it’s hardly Liz’s only problem. Indeed, the unsolved abduction of their son three years earlier has put an unbearable strain on her marriage to law professor Matt Furey (an excellent Aidan Quinn), climaxing in an extraordinarily bitter (and drunken) scene in the third episode, “What Goes Around,” that’s straight out of Who’s Afraid of Virginia Wolff. The ongoing personal element of the show, also including Canterbury’s relationships with nominal partner Russell Krauss (Ben Shenkman) and private investigator-lover Frank Angstrom (James McCaffrey), is more compelling than the actual cases, but it’s also more than enough to keep us involved in this slick, fast-moving show. The box set has no bonus material. --Sam Graham
A View from Canterbury's Oldest Church
Location: Canterbury, England looking from St. Martin's Church to Canterbury Cathedral on the other side of town. This church is a patchwork of eras starting with the heathen king bringing a Catholic Frenchwoman to England as his queen. She started this church.
An old man with a thick accent showed us all the secrets he knew. Both churches are now Anglican. The Cathedral in the distance had the most amazing Evensong service of any church we visited. A boys and mens choir sings the Psalms. Absolutely breathtaking--especially in that church--beautiful (two of the guys were especially cute too).
Time: late September around lunchtime.
Temperature: Coolish and cloudy.
Temperament: Oddly Zen like looking from one church to another. Standing in an old grave, looking down on the city that's grown up around it. Strangely peaceful.
This button was difficult to photograph because it is so dark. It has the arms of the City of Canterbury, with an elipse above bearing the letters 'C. C. C.' for Canterbury City Council. The style on the back dates it to circa 18th century.
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