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  2. SS Sussex - Wikipedia

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    SS Sussex was a cross-Channel passenger ferry, built in 1896 for the London, Brighton and South Coast Railway (LBSCR). After the LBSCR came to a co-operation agreement with the Compagnie des Chemins de Fer de l'État Français , she transferred to their fleet under a French flag .

  3. Duke of Sussex - Wikipedia

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    Duke of Sussex is a substantive title, one of several royal dukedoms, that has been created twice in the Peerage of the United Kingdom. It is a hereditary title of a specific rank of nobility in the British royal family. It takes its name from the historic county of Sussex in England.

  4. University of Chichester - Wikipedia

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    The University of Chichester is a public university located in West Sussex, England, which became a university in 2005. Campuses are based in the city of Chichester and the nearby coastal resort of Bognor Regis and an associate campus for commercial music on the Isle of Wight .

  5. Kathleen Stock - Wikipedia

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    Kathleen Stock OBE is a British philosopher and writer. She was a professor of philosophy at the University of Sussex until 2021. She has published academic work on aesthetics, fiction, imagination, sexual objectification, and sexual orientation.

  6. Sussex, New Brunswick - Wikipedia

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    Sussex is also home to Kingswood University (formerly Bethany Bible College), the only college in Canada owned by the Wesleyan Church. The town is home to Sussex Golden Ginger Ale, a maritime beverage. Sussex claims to be the birthplace of the ice cream cone. [citation needed] Sussex titles itself as the Dairy Capital of New Brunswick ...

  7. Affinity (band) - Wikipedia

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    History Origins. The origin of Affinity was circa 1965 in the science department of the University of Sussex in Brighton, England.Three science students Lynton Naiff (), Grant Serpell (), and Nick Nicholas (double bass) had formed the US Jazz Trio, they played at University events and local gigs.

  8. East Sussex - Wikipedia

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    East Sussex is a county in South East England on the English Channel coast. ... and the University of Sussex buildings at Falmer are among interesting buildings. ...

  9. Coat of arms of Sussex - Wikipedia

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    The Sussex Motor Yacht Club, founded in 1907 and headquartered in Brighton, uses the traditional Sussex county arms (i.e., the six martlets) on its club burgee; it depicts the martlets in red, and places them on a white shield, surmounting a three-bladed propeller, which also in red. The University of Sussex's coat of arms features the six ...