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Trent, SD -- U.S. town in South Dakota

Population (2000): 254
Housing Units (2000): 111
Land area (2000): 1.008504 sq. miles (2.612012 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.000000 sq. miles (0.000000 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 1.008504 sq. miles (2.612012 sq. km)
FIPS code: 63940
Located within: South Dakota (SD), FIPS 46
Location: 43.906818 N, 96.654698 W
ZIP Codes (1990): 57065
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Trent, TX -- U.S. town in Texas

Population (2000): 318
Housing Units (2000): 150
Land area (2000): 0.409937 sq. miles (1.061731 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.000000 sq. miles (0.000000 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 0.409937 sq. miles (1.061731 sq. km)
FIPS code: 73580
Located within: Texas (TX), FIPS 48
Location: 32.487508 N, 100.123639 W
ZIP Codes (1990): 79561
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Trent

Trent may refer to:

Trent (Westside)

Trent is the retail arm of the Tata group. Started in 1998, Trent operates Westside, one of the many growing retail chains in India based in Mumbai, Maharashtra and Landmark, a bookstore chain with Brick and mortar stores in various locations of India.

Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary

Trent

river in England, a Celtic name, perhaps "great wanderer," in reference to its flooding. The city in Italy (Italian Trento) is Roman Tridentum, in reference to the triple-peaked mountain nearby. The great ecumenical council there was held from 1543-63.

Usage examples of "trent".

I returned to Washington that afternoon and was asked by Senate Republican leader Trent Lott to be the liaison for the Republican senators to the fledgling medical and law enforcement investigation into the anthrax exposure at the Hart building.

These malpractice attorneys must have recruited Trent Harding to contaminate Marcaine ampules and place them in OR supplies.

There, Clyde was introducing himself to Hubert Martingale, Terry Trent, and a lady of dowager specifications who was obviously Mrs.

Doubting that either Trent or Martingale would tell their business to Clyde, Margo had resolved to question the third party in the case, Mrs.

Squire, who told Miss Trent that he heartily wished the Nonesuch at Jericho.

Miss Trent, snatching at the excuse offered her by the Nonesuch, but flushing a little.

Miss Trent, standing within earshot, felt that her first favourable impression of the Nonesuch had not been entirely erroneous.

Staples, for Courtenay told Jack that the party had not broken up till past midnight, and that when it came to playing Jackstraws the Nonesuch had them all beat to flinders, even Miss Trent, who had such deft fingers.

Lady Trent had spoken more truly than she knew, and would have been as much surprised as dismayed to have learnt that her provoking niece, having repulsed two very eligible suitors, had discovered that no less a personage than the Nonesuch would do for her.

Lindeth and Tiffany enjoyed a quiet flirtation, Sir Ralph gave the Nonesuch a long and involved account of his triumph over someone who had tried to get the better of him in a bargain, Courtenay fidgeted about the room, and Lady Colebatch prosed to Miss Trent with all the placidity of one to whom time meant nothing.

Trent had only put air into the compartments necessary for the repair of the Lawlor drive and the overdrive coil, plus a reasonable living space.

In his present state, the old man must at least have friends about him, and not cold-blooded pinchers and parers, who had come to dislike him because of his relation to the Trent girls.

Yost followed with a penlight flash, while Grant fell in beside Trent.

Trent, in which, besides professing her attachment to the Catholic faith, she took notice of her title to succeed to the crown of England, and expressed her hopes of being able, in some period, to bring back all her dominions to the bosom of the church.

Trent found himself backtracking, answering questions about subjects he had already lied about, fielding questions about other almost entirely unrelated subjects, reanswering rephrased questions he had already lied about twice.