Definitions for "Windsor"
Keywords:  hoop, settees, chair, england, bow
A town in Berkshire, England.
Chairs in which the legs and arms are all socketed to form a shaped 'saddle' seat. Each individual chair can be made from a mixture of different woods such as yew, ash and elm. They have been made in Britain since the middle of the eighteenth century. There are two main types, those with a rounded back and a bowed back piece known as a 'hoop' or 'crinoline' back, and those with a straight top rail.
Popular in 18th century England, this style features an arched back with a variety of designs, (i.e., fan back, hoop back, or comb back).
Keywords:  neckwear, collar, eleisha, elsner, urw
The largest of the three neckwear knot styles. Worn with wide spread collar shirts. (Half-windsor is worn with medium spread collar).
The largest of the neckwear knot styles, traditionally worn with wide spread collars, while a Half-Windsor is worn with medium spread collars.
Windsor is a typeface created in 1905 by Eleisha Pechey. Besides the basic font it is also available in two other styles, Light and Roman. Various foundries introduced minor variations so that today there are versions by Linotype, Elsner+Flake, URW+++, Mecanorma and Stephenson Blake.
Keywords:  melbourne, suburb, australia
a suburb of Melbourne, Australia
a city in southeastern Ontario on the Detroit River opposite Detroit
The Windsor was an automobile produced in St. Louis, MO from 1929 to 1930 by the Windsor Corporation. The company was a subsidiary of the Moon Motor Car company.
Windsor is a constituency represented in the House of Commons of the Parliament of the United Kingdom. It elects one Member of Parliament (MP) by the first past the post system of election.
a leading manufacturer of corrugated packaging, long recognized for the high quality
Keywords:  royal, british, family
the British royal family since 1917