- abbr. British postal abbreviation of Hertfordshire.
“… In a word, Roberta, daughter of the late Sir Cuthbert and Lady Wickham of Skeldings Hall, Herts, was pure dynamite and better kept at a distance by all those who aimed at leading the peaceful life.”
“The regime, implemented by the Herts Valleys Clinical Commissioning Group, which covers 50 practices, is thought to be the first in the country.”
“It emerged Stephenson had in January enjoyed a free five-week stay at Champneys health spa in Tring, Herts, courtesy of the managing director Stephen Purdew, a close personal friend.”
“It was only when she started winning every sports-day sprint that her PE teacher directed her to the Herts Phoenix Club.”
“Margaret Hackney, for serv healthcare and families in Herts.”
“Doreen Cynthia Parsonage, for serv commty in Wormley, Herts.”
“Sue Urwin, probation offr, Herts Probation Trust, for serv offenders in Herts.”
“Dr Avice Margaret Hall, principal lecturer, Univ of Herts, for serv higher educ and to the commty in St. Albans.”
“Elizabeth Rushton, formerly principal and ch exec, W Herts College, for serv further educ.”
“Thus, the Herts Guardian, Agricultural Journal and General Advertiser, reporting on the death of Lord Raglan, the hapless British commander in the Crimean War: "Our commander-in-chief … pained in his last hours by the ribald attacks of an unprincipled press.”
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