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  • proper n. The county town of Hertfordshire

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Examples

  • The point is, though Hertford is the extreme – on the far side of the string from NYC, for instance, regular people and regular crimes almost never rate more than cursory attention.

    THE PIG NUMBERS ARE IN ... AND DRAWN!

  • Of course, to sit on a porch in Hertford you have to keep your racquetball racquet handy … there are huge black bees and wasps that think you are there to perch on … they fly REALLY FAR when whacked.

    Yard Blisters, Bee Tennis, and other American Passtimes

  • Upon arrival in Hertford, especially if one arrives early in the morning, Coleman is an almost certain-to-be-noticed feature of the main "drag".

    Dragon Claws?

  • Two times I've cruised slowly down the only strip worthy of the name in Hertford, NC -- and no Coleman.

    MISSING COLEMAN ALERT - HUNTING BUNTING

  • He walks the six or seven miles from his own town, the next one over, every day to hang out in Hertford, sweeping sidewalks, and wandering.

    Dragon Claws?

  • Hall of Fame pitcher Jim Catfish '' Hunter, who died Thursday, was honored at a graveside service at his home in Hertford, N.C. Hunter, 53, won 224 games for Oakland and the New York Yankees.

    Catfish always kept teammates loose

  • This Baseball Hall of Fame pitcher was born James Augustus Hunter in Hertford, North Carolina.

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  • The little village was called Hertford, a word of Saxon origin, signifying Red Ford.

    In Ancient Albemarle

  • An idea came to his relief: accidents like this might be likely to happen with some frequency, now that business urgencies would often call Hertford and St. John from his side, they being members of the council of executors; therefore perhaps it would be well to strike out a plan himself to meet the requirements of such emergencies.

    The Prince and the Pauper; a tale for young people of all ages

  • An idea came to his relief: accidents like this might be likely to happen with some frequency, now that business urgencies would often call Hertford and St. John from his side, they being members of the Council of Executors; therefore perhaps it would be well to strike out a plan himself to meet the requirements of such emergencies.

    The Prince and the Pauper

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