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Huntingdonshire

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  • proper noun An inland traditional county of England bordered by Northamptonshire, Cambridgeshire and Bedfordshire.

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Examples

  • This is despite information culled from contacts to the effect that the situation on this road in Huntingdonshire (that thousand-year old entity so callously and carelessly expunged from the map by Ted Heath in the 1970s) is dire.

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • This is despite information culled from contacts to the effect that the situation on this road in Huntingdonshire (that thousand-year old entity so callously and carelessly expunged from the map by Ted Heath in the 1970s) is dire.

    Another Fine Mess

  • Plumptre, James, Revd (1770 – 1832): Vicar of Great Gransden in Huntingdonshire, Fellow of Clare Hall, Cambridge, an evangelical clergyman who produced bowdlerised versions of popular songs, a comic opera about Lake District tourists (The Lakers), and critiques of Shakespeare.

    Index of People

  • Writing a letter to Archbishop Dunstan more than a hundred years later, Abbo of Fleury, a monk at the great Abbey of Ramsey in Huntingdonshire, gave further details of Edmund.

    Archive 2008-04-20

  • Writing a letter to Archbishop Dunstan more than a hundred years later, Abbo of Fleury, a monk at the great Abbey of Ramsey in Huntingdonshire, gave further details of Edmund.

    Time To Ditch St. George

  • And Stilton was in Huntingdonshire when it made the cheese famous.

    Leicestershire food: Now the bad news

  • And Stilton was in Huntingdonshire when it made the cheese famous.

    Archive 2005-12-01

  • During this period the major contribution to the drainage were the Old Bedford River and the Forty Foot Drain near Ramsey in what used to be Huntingdonshire, which is today also known as 'Vermuiden's Drain' which still drains the Fen to this day.

    Flemish Musings

  • During this period the major contribution to the drainage were the Old Bedford River and the Forty Foot Drain near Ramsey in what used to be Huntingdonshire, which is today also known as 'Vermuiden's Drain' which still drains the Fen to this day.

    Archive 2007-09-23

  • "Huntingdonshire" sign on whitewashed walls, a tribute to a lost county that is now a mere council district.

    Telegraph.co.uk: news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph

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