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  1. Lawn Mower — 2019-10-04 13:03:35
    …otate close to the lawn's surface. He went into partnership with a local engineer, **John Ferrabee**, and together they made mowers in a factory at Stroud. {{image url="Buddingmower.jpg" title="Budding Mower" width="200" class="left" }} == Des…
  2. Bungee Jumping — 2019-08-31 01:05:32
    …width="400" }} /* event_date="1 April 1979" First Bungee jump off Clifton bridge */ The world's first Bungee jump was made on **1st April 1979** (April Fool's day) from the 250ft **Clifton Suspension Bridge in** Bristol, [[Gloucestershire]], …
  3. Rubber — 2019-08-10 12:09:55
    …ers and waistbands. About 25 years later, another Englishman, '''Stephen Perry''', patented the '''rubber band'''. He made many improvements in the manufacture of rubber and thought of a multitude of ways in which this remarkable new product …
  4. Disc Brakes — 2019-07-12 18:01:45
    …creased Fred developed many improvements for their automobiles including his disk brake system. The discs were thin and made of brass but they fit the definition of a modern disc brake, beating competitors to the market by many years. == Links…
  5. Stem Cells — 2019-06-01 23:13:53
    …== {{Image url="StemCells.png" class="left" title="Diagram showing how stem cells are used." width="550" }} Our body is made up of cells that have many different functions. Before a cell becomes an adult cell they begin as an embryonic cell. E…
  6. DNA — 2019-06-01 23:11:41
    …pe of a double helix, an elegantly simple structure that resembles a gently twisted ladder. The rails of the ladder are made of alternating units of phosphate and the sugar deoxyribose; the rungs are each composed of a pair of nitrogen-containi…
  7. Vitamins — 2019-06-01 23:10:23
    …is is why USA-nians call us **Limeys** (Limes) and maybe why Australians call us **Pomes** (Pomegranates). But Lind had made the link between vitamins and health almost 200 years before Fletcher. /* event_date="May 1747" James Lind conducted t…
  8. Charlie Chaplin — 2019-01-08 01:18:05
    …r his film studio, Keystone. Charlie's tramp character, probably based on the experiences of his early life, eventually made him the highest paid actor in Hollywood. == Chaplin the Composer == Charlie also wrote some wonderful melodies. "**Sm…
  9. Vacuum cleaner — 2018-12-26 13:21:55
    …it. The Head Office was in Parsons Green Lane, in Fulham, South West London. He built his first machine in 1901. It was made for Osborne House, a training college for naval officers on the Isle of Wight. The machine was parked outside and the h…
  10. Beatles — 2018-10-12 13:59:50
    …es //Love Me Do, Please Please Me// and //From Me To You//, the reason they gave being that no **British** act had ever made any impact on an American audience! (maybe that's because the US refused to release the singles or give British acts ai…
  11. Electric Motor — 2018-10-10 01:15:13
    …physicists were excited to make the electric motor a useful, stronger device. Over the next few years several inventors made magnetic rotating devices including Rev. William Ritchie. In 1830, Sturgeon produced a vastly improved form of battery…
  12. Bicycle — 2018-08-25 00:56:59
    …="right" title="Shergold Safety Bicycle" width="200" }} **1878**. Built to a safety pattern, //Shergold Safety// , and made by Thomas Shergold of Gloucester. **1879** – Henry J. Lawson //Bicyclette//…
  13. Antibiotics — 2018-08-25 00:36:50
    …0" }} == Rapid Growth == Other researchers started recreating Fleming’s experiments. Soon enough penicillin was being made to begin testing it on animals and then humans. In **1941**, they found that even low levels of penicillin cured very …
  14. Toilet — 2018-07-24 21:40:11
    …ece 'wash-out' toilet, called the 'Unitas'. This used a 'P'-shaped trap. In 1885, he created the first valveless toilet made of china. Other makers at this stage included Josiah Wedgwood, Thomas Crapper and John Shanks. === Thomas Crapper 1880…
  15. Intraocular Lens — 2018-07-10 08:26:02
    …d until Ridleys invention there was nothing better other than removing the lens and wearing heavy spectacles. Attempts made in the 19th century to replace the lens within the eye with a glass lens failed disastrously. As glass, which is very i…
    …e by Monday morning. While Americans welcomed a new idea with such enthusiasm, it was so typical that the companies who made the lenses in the **USA** did not share Ridley's relaxed attitude to profits. Unlike Rayner, they set their prices **as…
  16. Jet Engine — 2018-05-28 18:47:28
    …tion in aviation since the Wright brothers flight in 1903. Imagine a world now without this invention. The jet engine made long haul cheap flight possible not just for the rich but for the masses. Many of us would never have had the opportun…
  17. Digital Photography — 2018-04-22 17:12:31
    …lectric thermal-imaging camera tube. He also invented a solid-state version, which is now the basis for thermal imagers made today used by the military for night-vision, by firefighters to see through smoke, and for other search-and-rescue and …
  18. Stainless Steel — 2018-04-01 00:54:33
    …300" }} On the 13th August 1913 Brearley created a steel with 12.8% chromium and 0.24% carbon. Every piece of steel he made he bombarded with various acids and stresses. Many failed the tests but the steel made on that day remained rust free.…
  19. Plastic — 2018-01-25 10:47:21
    …ge url="Plastic-box.jpg" class="right" width="200" }} Today plastic is everywhere we look. Every house is full of items made from some form of plastic. Celluloid film was the basis of the movie industry. Some of the thousands of items made fro…
    …is especially so with single use items that are discarded and not reused blotting the oceans and countryside. Things made of Plastic ""<marquee> Bottles Buckets Boxes Cups Toothbrushes Pens Smartphones Computers Televisions Xbox Toys Dolls C…
  20. Electronic Computer — 2017-12-22 10:07:10
    … great minds at **Bletchley Park** codebreaking establishment, needed help to solve the encrypted German coded messages made by **Lorenz** cipher devices. Bletchley called the devices **TUNNY** commonly referred to as **Enigma**. Flowers des…
  21. WorldWideWeb — 2017-11-08 17:15:06
    …st web server known as "info.cern.ch." at CERN. {{image url="Www.jpg" class="left" title="WWW" width="" }} In 1991, he made his ""WorldWideWeb"" browser and web server software available on the Internet and posted notices to several newsgroups…
    … yet another British invention which has help to shrink the globe in communications. Yet Tim did not patent his idea he made it available to all. In 2007 the Queen awarded Berners-Lee with one of Britain's highest honours - the '''Order of Mer…
  22. Light Bulb — 2017-11-08 12:25:58
    … an apprenticeship with a pharmacist there. === Let there be Light === One of the first to produce electric light was made in the 18th century by E.Kinnersley and later by **Humphry Davy**, an English scientist. He experimented with electrici…
  23. Pencil — 2017-10-26 16:13:41
    …it for marking their sheep. They called it //plaumbago// (lead ore). == Eureka == Soon it was discovered this graphite made an excellent replacement for lead that was used for writing. A cottage industry grew up sawing and shaping the graphite…
  24. Antiseptic — 2017-10-22 20:52:56
    …roduced carbolic acid to sterilise surgical instruments and to clean wounds, which led to a reduction in infections and made surgery safer for patients. Lister was appalled that a surgeon was not required to wash his hands before operating on …
  25. Stereo — 2017-09-28 17:47:43
    …the first **stereo** discs were cut later the same year. His system for cinematic use was completed by 1935. Blumlein made short test films ( "Trains At Hayes Station", which lasts 5 minutes 11 seconds, and, "The Walking & Talking Film"), his…
  26. CT Scan — 2017-08-30 00:04:03
    … and became interested in computers. In 1958, he helped design the first commercially available all-transistor computer made in Great Britain, the **EMIDEC 1100.** With the success of the [[Beatles]] EMI had money to invest and asked Hounsfiel…
  27. Hovercraft — 2017-08-24 11:29:22
    …to earlier ideas. He decided to use larger models on water. Initial experiments convinced Cockerell that boats could be made to float on a cushion of air, thus reducing the effect of the water drag. After many trials he successfully designed a …
  28. Photography — 2017-08-04 11:03:18
    …ted the salted paper and calotype process that allowed images to be permanently fixed. **Thomas Wedgwood** had already made photograms - silhouettes of leaves and other objects - but these faded quickly. Talbot process based the prints on pape…
    …r that had been made light sensitive, rather than bitumen or copper-paper. He mastered the three primary elements of photography: **develop…
  29. Cider — 2017-07-11 13:21:18
    …it was probably not called cyder at this point. ::c:: {{image url="Cider_Making.jpg" class="right" title="Cider being made the traditional way" width="" }} The love of turning apples into a summer tipple is very much a South & West Country in…
  30. PIN — 2017-07-11 00:37:33
    …f found to correspond with the specific encryption on the card, will activate the machine, and allow a withdrawal to be made. This concept is still in use some {{Datediff from="1966"}} years later all around the world though USA were slower to…
  31. Computer — 2017-07-10 17:37:14
    … Engine 2. He also worked on another invention, the more complex **Analytical Engine**, a revolutionary device on which made him the first **computer pioneer**. {{Image url="Babbage_Difference_Engine.jpg" class="left" title="Babbage Difference…
  32. Shire Horse — 2017-07-10 17:31:44
    …ire-horse.jpg" class="left" title="shire horse" width="200" }} Both in commerce and agriculture Shire horses literally made the wheels of Britain's industry go round. They worked in fields, in towns, on docks and quays, on canal towpaths, for …
  33. Horlicks — 2017-07-08 21:35:20
    …te school in Hampshire. The brothers found employment in London, where James joined a homeopathic chemist company that made dried baby food in Tichborne Street, near Piccadilly Circus, and William, followed his father to become a saddler. ==…
  34. Adjustable Spanner — 2017-07-06 13:01:47
    …796-1852) born in [[Yorkshire]] was a Consulting Engineer in the Agricultural and Textile industries in Gloucester. He made high precision tools from both wrought and cast iron. In 1836 he was the Engineering Manager and partner in the Uley in…
    …e it is often referred to as the **'English key'** (Clé anglaise - French.) or simply a //'Clyburn Spanner'//. It was made under license in several countries. The spanner, //from Germanic spannen (tighten)//, in a modern sense is a different…
  35. Emergency Telephone Number — 2017-07-06 10:16:06
    …e operators to give priority to the emergency call. == Instant success == During the first week there were 1,336 calls made to **999**. That number has grown to around 560,000 calls a week and more than 30 million calls a year, call handlers …
  36. LCD — 2017-07-05 11:03:57
    …erials known then had to be heated to 70ºC or more, usually decomposed in a few minutes and were rather viscous, which made their response sluggish. Invariably they comprised two benzene rings joined by a double, or triple, bond linkage that w…
  37. Radar — 2017-07-05 11:01:39
    …eting sound-based detection systems. By the end of the year the range was up to **60 miles**, at which point plans were made in December to set up five stations covering the approaches to London. One of these stations was to be located on the …
  38. Telegraph — 2017-07-05 10:51:03
    …Static electrical impulses were sent along the wire were used to transmit messages. To communicate messages Ronalds had made two identical clock-like machines, each with a moving index or hand, with the alphabet engraved around the dial. >>{{a…
  39. Float Glass — 2017-07-04 20:28:05
    …others (there was no family connection) as a technical officer in 1947. At this time quality plate glass could only be made by a costly and wasteful plate process that the Pilkington Brothers had also innovated. Because there was glass-to-roll…
  40. Modern Farming — 2017-07-03 12:19:17
    …eated a machine that would plant seeds in three rows at a time. == Improved technique == A hole for the seed would be made at a proper depth. The seed would be dropped in. The hole would be covered over by a harrow (a trailing bar), which gat…
  41. Steel — 2017-06-28 14:56:51
    …d tools, allowing oxygen to combine slowly remove carbon. {{Image url="EiffelTower.jpg" class="left" title="Steel beams made Eiffel Tower possible" width="300" }} It was then worked with a forge hammer by the puddler before being rolled into sh…
  42. Electric Car — 2017-06-19 23:50:19
    …idge" }} === Thomas Parker 1884 === ~-[[CategoryTransport]]:[[CategoryIndustry]] The first production Electric car was made by Thomas Parker in 1884. {{toc}} == Inventive genius == Parker was a very inventive pioneer in the electrical field. …
    …anies to form the Electric Construction Corporation. == First mention == Even earlier the very first electric car was made by Scotsman** Robert Anderson ** around 1835 but at this time electric motors were in their infancy and the power woul…
  43. Portland Cement — 2017-06-15 01:37:39
    …used construction material. Roads, bridges, schools, foundations of buildings, driveways and large office buildings are made of concrete. Some boats and ships are even made from concrete. The modern world would look very different without concr…
  44. Hampshire — 2017-06-12 12:52:33
    …Hampshire :: [[England]]:: @@Inventions made up in Hampshire@@ {{Category}}…
  45. Sparkling Wine — 2017-06-11 14:08:47
    …uch stronger than those being manufactured in France at that time. Also, the English imported cork from Portugal which made a better seal in a bottle than wooden and cloth stoppers that were used in France. == Bland Imports == During this tim…
    …wines of all sorts to make them sparkling. Using this process the wine imported from France could be ''carbonated'' and made palatable. {{ image url="Sparkling_wine.jpg" class="left" width="200" Putting the sparkle into wine}} == Natural Spar…
    …ted sparkling wine in Champagne around 1697 when he declared //“Come quickly, I am tasting the stars’’//. French made their first sparkling Champagne, which was in a document produced in 1718. …
  46. Television — 2017-05-29 13:40:11
    …f telephone line between London and Glasgow. He then set up the Baird Television Development Company Ltd, which in 1928 made the first transatlantic television transmission, from '''London''' to '''New York''', and the first television programm…
  47. Electric Generator — 2017-05-25 11:18:24
    …e moves in a circular orbit around a magnet. The Homopolar motor. In 1831, using his "induction ring", Michael Faraday made one of his greatest discoveries - electromagnetic induction: the "induction" or generation of electricity in a wire by …
  48. Steam Engine — 2017-05-23 20:30:35
    …er member of the Lunar Society, **patented** the first significant improvements to the Newcomen type vacuum engine that made it much more fuel efficient. Watt's leap was to separate the condensing phase of the vacuum engine into a separate cham…
  49. Sewing Machine — 2017-05-16 10:54:29
    …that the later patents were worthless but he got his revenge in a remarkable way. He built a replica of a Saint machine made from the drawings submitted with the patent. He proved it worked. He then booked space at the 1876 Centennial Exhibiti…
  50. Telephone — 2017-05-16 10:26:05
    …eiver.jpg" class="right" title="Bell Transmitter Receiver" width="600" }} Thomas Watson became an associate of Bell. He made parts and built models of Bell's inventions. One day while they were working Bell accidently heard the sound of a pluck…
  51. Meccano — 2017-05-14 01:23:25
    …and English, became available. In 1905 two new sets were introduced and in 1906, for the first time, a small profit was made. == Meccano is Born == In September 1907, Hornby registered his famous "**Meccano**" trade mark and used this name on…
  52. Grand Theft Auto — 2017-05-11 15:45:29
    …-Theft-Auto.jpg" class="left" title="Grand Theft Auto" width="300" }} >>{{amazonad}}>> Brothers Sam and Dan Houser have made gaming part of mainstream culture. …
  53. MRI Scan — 2017-02-10 08:41:04
    …lled echo-planar imaging making 3D imaging feasible. == First MRI Image == The first MRI scan of a human body part was made by Sir Peter Mansfield, of a cross-section of the finger of his research student Dr Andrew Maudsley, complete with bone…
  54. Suffolk — 2017-02-07 11:13:07
    …Suffolk :: [[England]] {{Category}} Inventions made up in Suffolk. …
  55. Berkshire — 2017-02-03 14:57:31
    …Berkshire :: [[England]] {{Category}} Inventions made up in Berkshire…
  56. Postage Stamp — 2017-02-01 12:17:38
    …eapening the whole operation, which would enable the Post Office to fix the postage rate as low as **'One Penny'** this made postage available to the masses. == The postal reform that swept the world == It took only five months till the new …
  57. Marmite — 2017-01-18 16:21:10
    …:: == Marmite == ~-[[CategoryFood Food]] >>{{image url="Marmite.jpg" width="250" }}>> Marmite is a savoury food spread made from yeast that can also be used to flavour stews etc. === Gilmour 1902 === In 1902 the Marmite Food Company (later Ma…
  58. Plywood — 2016-10-19 10:55:12
    …ocks. A Pulley block, at this time, was one of the British Navy's biggest expense. One ship might need 1500 pulleys all made by hand. His block making machines developed with Marc Isambard Brunel saved the Admiralty thousands of pounds. Some of…
  59. Jigsaw Puzzle — 2016-09-22 12:42:58
    …ter marrying Spilsbury’s former apprentice Harry Ashby. == Modern Twist == At this point the puzzles were all hand made on solid wood and were too expensive to be considered a toy. It took over 100 years after they were invented - that the…
    …ions’ began to be known as ‘**jigsaw puzzles**’ when manufacturers started producing cheaper puzzles for children made from cardboard. Jigsaw puzzles are still very popular {{datediff from="1766"}} years later providing an educational ch…
  60. Internal Combustion Engine — 2016-08-23 10:46:47
    …muel Brown patented the first internal combustion engine to be applied industrially. ~i) 1838: William Barnett's engine made two great advances. His two stroke engine was so constructed that the mixture of gas and air was compressed motor cylin…
  61. Potato Crisp — 2016-08-02 23:43:06
    … improving **telescopes**. He wrote books on all his interests in plain enthusiastic English. But it was in cooking he made his name giving him a TV chef appeal of his day. **The Cooks Oracle** covered all aspects of managing the domestic kit…
  62. Guillotine — 2016-07-28 13:29:34
    …ith the **'Halifax Gibbet'** around 1280. == The Halifax Gibbet == The Halifax Gibbet was a menacing wooden structure made of two wooden uprights, with an horizontal beam and braces, standing 15ft tall. The cutting blade was axe shaped weighi…
  63. Surrey — 2016-07-07 00:19:31
    …Surrey :: [[England]] {{Category}} Inventions made up in Surrey…
  64. Sport — 2016-06-23 13:22:23
    …ads to try and gain more speed. The new sport immediately caught on and a special track, complete with banked curves, made of ice, was constructed next to the road in 1902. The sport started as a leisure activity for the rich young daredevil…
  65. Timeline — 2016-06-21 15:22:44
    …Timeline :: == Made Up In Britain Time Line == {{timeline}}…
  66. Whisky — 2016-05-26 10:22:03
    ….jpg" title="Whisky Bottle" }} [[CategoryFood]] & Drink == Whisky == {{toc}} Whisky, the distilled alcoholic beverage made from fermented malted grain mash and aged in wooden oak casks. Whisky is an anglicisation of the Gaelic word //uisce, …
  67. Banoffi Pie — 2016-05-24 14:24:02
    …" }} {{Image url="IanDowding.jpg" class="left" title="Ian Dowding" width="200" }} Banoffi pie is an English dessert pie made from bananas, cream and toffee from boiled condensed milk. It was invented at the [[http://www.hungrymonk.co.uk/ Hungry…
  68. Loch Ness Monster — 2016-05-24 13:01:48
    …in Scotland’s Loch Ness date back 1,500 years, the modern legend of the Loch Ness Monster was boosted when a sighting made the local news on May 2, 1933. The newspaper Inverness Courier related an account of a local couple who claimed to have…
  69. Automatic Kettle — 2016-05-17 16:47:22
    …rcolator that - for the first time - kept coffee hot, and also producing an automatic tea-maker to rival the Goblin Teasmade. === The K1 === {{image url="K1_1955.jpg" class="right" title="K1" width="" }} Their first automatic electric kettle…
  70. Pneumatic Tyre — 2016-05-12 16:10:13
    …r a heavy cold; Dunlop hit on the idea of making the boy's tricycle more comfortable by fitting it with inflated tubes, made of canvas and bonded together with liquid rubber. == Patent == He patented this idea on 7 December **1888**, using th…
  71. Vacuum Tube — 2016-05-11 11:46:26
    …or thermionic valves are based around the concept of //thermionic emission//. Using two electrodes enables diodes to be made that can rectify signals. ::c:: == New Dawn == {{Image url="Flemingvalve.jpg" class="right" title="Flemingvalve" width…
    …forward. The valve was pivotal in laying the foundations of what we call electronics technology today. This invention made possible ~Radio ~Television ~Radar ~Sound recording and reproduction ~Telephone networks, ~Analog and Digital compu…
  72. Cheddar cheese — 2016-03-06 00:40:07
    …iety of cheese. Originating in the village of **Cheddar** in [[Somerset]], [[England]]. The cheese was traditionally made in** Cheddar Gorge** on the edge of the village. It has a number of caves, which provide the ideal humidity and tempera…
  73. Oxfordshire — 2016-03-03 13:11:32
    …Oxfordshire :: [[England]] {{Category}} Inventions made up in Oxfordshire…
  74. CategoryInventions — 2016-02-08 01:02:32
    …CategoryInventions :: Made Up in Britain > Inventions by category. {{Category col="5" class="category" }} ---- …
  75. Middlesex — 2016-02-08 01:01:13
    …Middlesex :: [[England]] {{Category}} Inventions made up in Middlesex…
  76. Cornwall — 2016-02-08 00:19:46
    …Cornwall :: [[England]] {{Category}} Inventions made up in Cornwall. …
  77. Norfolk — 2016-02-08 00:18:16
    …Norfolk :: [[England]] {{Category}} Inventions made up in Norfolk…
  78. Ireland — 2016-02-02 11:52:04
    …Ireland :: [[CategoryInventions]] made up in Ireland. {{category}}…
  79. Herefordshire — 2016-02-02 11:15:41
    …Herefordshire :: [[England]] {{Category}} Inventions made up in Herefordshire…
  80. Cambridgeshire — 2016-01-17 16:53:21
    …Cambridgeshire :: [[England]] {{Category}} Inventions made up in Cambridgeshire…
  81. Buckinghamshire — 2016-01-11 15:00:35
    …Buckinghamshire :: [[England]] {{Category}} Inventions made up in Buckinghamshire…
  82. Shropshire — 2016-01-11 14:50:51
    …Shropshire :: [[England]] {{Category}} Inventions made up in Shropshire…
  83. Northumberland — 2016-01-11 14:35:44
    …Northumberland :: [[England]] {{Category}} Inventions made up in Northumberland…
  84. Kent — 2016-01-08 16:06:28
    …Kent :: [[England]] {{Category}} Inventions made up in Kent…
  85. Durham — 2016-01-08 11:13:06
    …Durham :: [[England]] {{Category}} Inventions made up in Durham…
  86. Leicestershire — 2016-01-07 22:57:52
    …Leicestershire :: [[England]] {{Category}} Inventions made up in Leicestershire. …
  87. Staffordshire — 2016-01-07 22:48:03
    …Staffordshire :: [[England]] {{Category}} Inventions made up in Staffordshire. …
  88. Essex — 2016-01-07 17:44:15
    …Essex :: [[England]] {{Category}} Inventions made up in Essex…
  89. Dorset — 2016-01-07 15:48:54
    …Dorset :: [[England]] {{Category}} Inventions made up in Dorset…
  90. Lincolnshire — 2016-01-06 01:17:29
    …Lincolnshire :: [[England]] {{Category}} Inventions made up in Lincolnshire. …
  91. Somerset — 2016-01-05 18:36:13
    …Somerset :: [[England]] {{Category}} Inventions made up in Somerset…
  92. Worcestershire — 2016-01-05 17:33:31
    …Worcestershire :: [[England]] {{Category}} Inventions made up in Worcestershire…
  93. Hertfordshire — 2016-01-03 16:36:24
    …Hertfordshire :: [[England]] {{Category}} Inventions made up in Hertfordshire…
  94. Nottinghamshire — 2016-01-02 21:31:58
    …Nottinghamshire :: [[England]] {{Category}} Inventions made up in Nottinghamshire…
  95. Sussex — 2016-01-02 21:30:29
    …Sussex :: [[England]] {{Category}} Inventions made up in Sussex…
  96. Yorkshire — 2016-01-02 21:28:50
    …Yorkshire :: [[England]] {{Category}} Inventions made up in Yorkshire…
  97. Cumbria — 2016-01-02 21:27:57
    …Cumbria :: [[England]] {{Category}} Inventions made up in Cumbria…
  98. Bedfordshire — 2016-01-02 21:26:18
    …Bedfordshire :: [[England]] {{Category}} Inventions made up in Bedfordshire…
  99. Ayrshire — 2015-12-31 16:08:14
    …Ayrshire :: [[Scotland]] {{Category}} Inventions made up in Ayrshire. …
  100. Derbyshire — 2015-12-31 14:14:20
    …Derbyshire :: [[England]] {{Category}} Inventions made up in Derbyshire…
  101. Wiltshire — 2015-12-31 14:13:49
    …Wiltshire :: [[England]] {{Category}} Inventions made up in Wiltshire…
  102. Warwickshire — 2015-12-31 14:13:23
    …Warwickshire :: [[England]] {{Category}} Inventions made up in Warwickshire…
  103. Scotland — 2015-12-31 13:40:09
    …Scotland :: [[CategoryInventions]] made up in Scotland. {{category}}…
  104. Lancashire — 2015-12-31 12:03:57
    …Lancashire :: [[England]] {{Category}} Inventions made up in Lancashire. …
  105. Gloucestershire — 2015-12-31 11:59:05
    …Gloucestershire :: [[England]] {{Category}} Inventions made up in Gloucestershire…
  106. London — 2015-12-31 11:32:58
    …London :: [[England]] {{Category}} Inventions made up in London…
  107. Devon — 2015-12-31 10:41:21
    …Devon :: [[England]] {{Category}} Inventions made up in Devon. …
  108. Wales — 2015-12-22 13:19:49
    …Wales :: [[CategoryInventions]] made up in Wales. {{category}}…

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