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  • proper n. An inland county of south-east England bordered by Cambridgeshire, Essex, Middlesex, Buckinghamshire and Bedfordshire.

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  • n. a county in southern England


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  • Henson said he felt his fame would be less of a hindrance in Hertfordshire than it was in Wales.

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  • He lives in Hertfordshire with his wife and their children.

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  • After a quick survey of the world's major philosophical and artistic movements, he plunges us into a contemporary pastoral idyll, on the farm of a couple called Tim and Emma in Hertfordshire, where battery chickens have been set free to roam flower-filled meadows and sleep in yurts made out of Cath Kidston.

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  • PS: Loved the story about the Pagan PC in Hertfordshire who worships the Norse gods and has received permission to have various feast days off – from his A/L – and the new staff association PPA, Pagan Police Association.

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  • Yesterday the prime minister was pictured at a summit of world leaders in Hertfordshire with a bright orange blob of make-up on his forehead.

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  • The first time was on a canal holiday - I lived in Hertfordshire in those days - when I was 11.

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  • Inside, with its light and space and use of modern materials, the third Coventry cathedral reminds me of the post-War primary schools in Hertfordshire where my education began.

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  • Ms. KHAN: Well, when I was little, I grew up in a place called Hertfordshire, which is just near London, but out in the country, and I visited Pakistan in the summers to go and see my family on my dad's side.

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  • A brand new UK horror shot in Hertfordshire in the style of “Cannibal Holocaust” and “Dawn of the Dead,” “The Zombie Diaries” is a labour of love for directors Kevin Gates and Michael Bartlett.

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