Weymouth can refer to
Weymouths attempts to portray place and identity as endless, multiplex constructions, unlimited by reality or imagination. Every instance—each memory, text, image or encounter that I record in these books—contributes to a constantly connecting (and expanding) view of the past and future.
One place that this plays out—albeit in the language of machines and bots and the crowd at large—is Wikipedia.
“Weymouth can refer to” appears at the top of this Wikipedia page (and at the top of every Wikipedia disambiguation page). At the bottom of these pages: “This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the same title.” This is where sense is made on the web—where meaning focuses and expands.
It’s how the crowd understands “Weymouth.”
There are Weymouths in New Jersey, Massachusetts, England, Nova Scotia, Tasmania, New Zealand and Barbados. 19294 Weymouth is a main-belt asteroid, discovered in 1996. Tina Weymouth was the bassist for the Talking Heads.
I’ve grabbed all 82 of the images from all 33 articles, and all of the user-supplied metadata associated with each image. This pile of content is gathered into Weymouths Volume 2—Weymouth can refer to.
Here are all 33 Weymouths, according to Wikipedia today.
- Weymouth, Dorset, England
- Weymouth and Melcombe Regis (UK Parliament constituency)
- Weymouth and Portland
- Weymouth Bay
- Weymouth Beach
- Weymouth Harbour, Dorset
- Weymouth Harbour Tramway
- Weymouth Pavilion
- Weymouth railway station
- Weymouth Quay railway station
- Weymouth, Nova Scotia, Canada
- Weymouth, Massachusetts, United States
- Weymouth Township, New Jersey, United States
- Weymouth, Tasmania, Australia
- Weymouth, Auckland, New Zealand
- Weymouth, Saint Michael, Barbados
- Weymouth F.C.
- Weymouth College
- HMS Weymouth, several ships
- 19294 Weymouth
- George Weymouth, English explorer
- George W. Weymouth, American politician
- Katharine Weymouth, publisher of The Washington Post
- Lally Weymouth, American journalist
- Richard Francis Weymouth, English Bible scholar
- Tina Weymouth, bassist for Talking Heads
- Thomas Thynne, 1st Marquess of Bath, 3rd Viscount Weymouth
- Ceawlin Thynn, Viscount Weymouth
- Weymouth bit
- Double bridle or Weymouth bridle
- Weymouth and Portland National Sailing Academy
- Weymouth Wildcats
- Weymouth Sands, a novel by John Cowper Powys