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“From 1973 until four years ago, Mabel hosted their workshops at her home in Heckmondwike.”
“Following her marriage, in 1947, to Harold Ferrett, a solicitor, Mabel moved to Heckmondwike.”
“Almost as bad as in Heckmondwike where each of the main parties insist on putting up their own candidate which will result in a BNP victory rather than combining to put up one non-racist candidate.”
“Cod liver oil capsules were dished out at junior school in Heckmondwike when I was a little lad in short trousers.”
“I left the suburbs of Heckmondwike for Paris yonks ago.”
“Certainly, the SOI-DISANT Christians who forcibly ejected Mr. Redhead at Haworth, ten or twelve years before, held a very heathen brotherhood with the SOI-DISANT Christians of Heckmondwike; though the one set might be called members of the Church of England and the other Dissenters.”
“In the village of Heckmondwike, at one end of which”
“He lived near Heckmondwike, a large, straggling, dirty village, not two miles from Roe Head.”
“Heckmondwike, will give you some idea of the people at that time.”
“O'Connor* in which Gilbert explained why Frances and he were unable to come to Heckmondwike for a promised visit.”
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