from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A city of north-central England south of Sheffield. It is an important industrial center. Population: 70,200.
- Chesterfield, Fourth Earl of. Title of Philip Dormer Stanhope. 1694-1773. English politician and writer best known for Letters to His Son (1774), which portrays the ideal 18th-century gentleman.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- proper n. A market town in Derbyshire, England
- proper n. any of a number of other settlements
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Many believe the term Chesterfield originally referred to the style of buttoning of the leather, shape of the sofa back, and even the height of the seat.
Born in Chesterfield, Connecticut, he found himself typecast after the Kotter series ended.
The Missouri finance division also closed WestBridge Bank & Trust Co. in Chesterfield, and the FDIC arranged for Midland States Bank in Effingham, Ill., to assume its $72.5 million in deposits.
Her best hope was for the conservative Rs in Chesterfield to pick one of their own as the GOP nominee.
Brown Jr., who supervised female inmates at Pocahontas Correctional Center in Chesterfield County, was sentenced to six months after fathering the child of inmate Sheron M. Montrey.
And with my parents, sister and brother-in-law all living in Chesterfield Co and me using 288 reasonably frequently, I call horsepuckey.
As a teacher in Chesterfield County, I witnesses a pretty impressive vocational program.
Even to those of us who live elsewhere in the East Midlands, the area to the north of Nottingham and the east of Chesterfield is a non-descript one that we imagine to have always been industrialised.
A building surge in Chesterfield County is turning up an increasing problem for landowners and developers: the discovery of unmarked family and church graveyards.
In the 2001 redistricting GOP leaders made some changes to the 68th, making a much larger share of the district in Chesterfield County and giving a more conservative Republican a solid base.