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York is a free tile-placement game inspired by Carcassonne. Up to eight players place tiles and followers on a large board, aiming to score points by dominating cities, meadows, roads and minsters.
the English royal house (a branch of the Plantagenet line) that reigned from 1461 to 1485; its emblem was a white rose
a city in Benson County , North Dakota in the United States
York (First Exit to Brooklyn) is an album by The Foetus Symphony Orchestra featuring Lydia Lunch, released in 1997 by Thirsty Ear.
York are German dance music, record producer, and DJ brothers Torsten and Jorg Stenzel. Both brothers were involved heavily in music in their youths and Torsten had some chart success in his home country and the low countries. In 1998 the brothers teamed up to form York.
York (c. 1770– c. 1831) was the only one of the Lewis and Clark Expedition to serve without choice in the matter: he was William Clark's slave, having been inherited from Clark's father. He was about the same age as Clark and had been his companion from childhood, as was common in the South at the time. The journals present him as a large, strong man, who carried a gun and shared the duties and risks of the expedition in full.