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

  • A municipal borough of south-central England west of London. It is the site of a famed annual rowing regatta that was established in 1839. Population: 10,976.

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  • proper n. A surname.

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Examples

  • ♦ Jodi Henley is doing five de-construction seminars forsavvyauthors, details to be announced.

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  • We are lucky to have a local bookshop [Bell Street Bookshop in Henley on Thames] where they know all about books — so a cup of coffee and going to buy a book there is just absolutely brilliant.

    Tony Hall Relishes a Rare Moment of Silence

  • Even in Henley, the idea that Stanley should be the next MP because he is a Sound Chap may not go down well.

    Archive 2008-05-01

  • And the need for us to find an answer to Cameron is all the stronger in Henley, as we are in a clear second place to the Conservatives there.

    Archive 2008-06-01

  • The BBC reports that Cameron will seek to capitalize on last night's victory by calling an early byelection in Henley to fill the seat recently vacated by Boris Johnson who was elected Mayor of London.

    Tories Rout Labour - Real Clear Politics – TIME.com

  • Mike Smithson suggests that an absolutely disastrous showing in Henley could provide the perfect opportunity for someone to act against Gordon - someone prepared to risk everything by bringing the issue to a head.

    Archive 2008-06-01

  • Jim Henley is right (and not just because he invoked my name):

    Balloon Juice » 2007 » March

  • Oh. I don't want to have to vote Tory (unless I live in Henley).

    The One That's Just A Grumble

  • •Professional life after his sentence: Henley is still in jail.

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  • The infant Shakespeare was carried by his father from his birthplace in Henley Street down the High Street and Church Street into the church itself.

    Excerpt: Shakespeare by Peter Ackroyd

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