[ US /ˈhæɫɪˌfæks/ ]
  1. provincial capital and largest city of Nova Scotia
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How To Use Halifax In A Sentence

  • Cahoot's new interest range outstrips its online banking rival, Intelligent Finance, the Halifax's Internet bank.
  • Liz Broadley, the council's external funding manager, said the money would provide a much-needed boost in the less advantaged areas of Halifax.
  • A report by banking group Halifax revealed that the top 30 towns for price growth were all outside the M25 London orbital motorway, and Brighouse headed the list.
  • He is simply looking to confirm his recovery from a hamstring tweak sustained in the warm-up game against Halifax.
  • Meanwhile, Doug Sample, a Canadian veteran of the war, who served as a gunner in Halifax bombers of the Canadian 415 Squadron, has made his 20th visit to York.
  • Where the guillotine improved on the Halifax design was the inbuilt facility to position the victim accurately and quickly in the machine.
  • Aside from my life being turned upside down with my mother having been ill and now with my sister-in-law being in palliative care in Halifax, things have been somewhat topsy-turvy. PhotHunter: Downside Up « Mudpuddle
  • Thirteen minutes after taking off from Rufforth for a raid on Duisburg, Germany, a Halifax heavily laden with bombs crashed near Poppleton.
  • ‘I spoke to fusiliers whose parents live in Halifax One of the most moving experiences for me was going to Arras in France, to the re-interment of two fusiliers who had died in World War I. The corpses had been found as a result of the War Graves Commission; there're still many people missing.Road, Whitworth and Spotland,’ he said.
  • He has demonstrable managerial skills as Halifax CEO, where he really calls the shots.
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