Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • A borough of northeast England on the North Sea south-southeast of Newcastle. It is a seaport with iron and steel industries. Population: 86,000.

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  • proper n. a town and seaport in the north-east of England

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Examples

  • In contrast, only one notice was issued in Derbyshire• Mansfield has the highest number of graffiti notices issued - 29• Liverpool appears to be cracking down on dog fouling - some 590 notices were issued, the highest in the country• Likewise, Hartlepool is tough on inadequate rubbish bins - 257 FPNs were issued over the state of rubbish bins in the borough

    Fixed penalty notices in England: environment offences where you live

  • In backing the campaign, Hartlepool's mayor, Stuart Drummond, said: "Everyone needs to do their bit to remind the rest of the world that Hartlepool is still open for business."

    Newspaper launches campaign to boost local pride among its readers

  • In England too the areas that have adopted the system are rare with the parties dragging their feet after seeing the success of independent candidates like Stuart Drummond (H'angus the Monkey - the town's football mascot) in Hartlepool and the local police chief Ray 'Robocop' Mallon in Middlesborough.

    Archive 2008-06-01

  • Oh, and marvel at Peter Mandelson's new shower, for which we paid £3,000 five years ago (the ritziest shower in Hartlepool, I'll be bound).

    Archive 2008-06-01

  • The Tory square is under pressure from all sides, with a fourth place in Hartlepool as UKIP peel away the votes from the right and the LDs from the left.

    Archive 2004-09-26

  • In Hartlepool their leaflets say: “The Liberal Democrats’ crime plans would mean the killers of James Bulger could not have been brought to trial and would let young troublemakers run riot in Hartlepool knowing the courts could not touch them.”

    Archive 2005-04-01

  • The Liberal Democrats’ crime plans would mean the killers of James Bulger could not have been brought to trial and would let young troublemakers run riot in Hartlepool knowing the courts could not touch them.

    Archive 2005-04-01

  • While his British comrades gave places of departure such as Hartlepool or Dagenham, his was Russia.

    A stage of her own: Elisabeth Scott and the Royal Shakespeare Theatre

  • Do the people of Hartlepool feel better off for having a directly elected mayor?

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • More risque offers will be entertained from female readers, male readers should address those offers c/o Lord Mandelson of Foy & Hartlepool, Trough House of Lords, London.

    Quiz of the Week

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