1. a county in southern England
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How To Use Hertfordshire In A Sentence

  • In 1845 it was enlarged so as to include Essex and Hertfordshire, and was then divided into the four archdeaconries of Rochester, Colchester, Essex and St. Alban's. Bell's Cathedrals: The Cathedral Church of Rochester A Description of its Fabric and a Brief History of the Episcopal See
  • After examining what gives us quality of life - from the number of birds in the trees to the standard of the binmen - it declared the worst places to live in England were Staffordshire and Hertfordshire.
  • There's a Jag in the drive of his five-bed Hertfordshire home, but it's his father's. Times, Sunday Times
  • Henson said he felt his fame would be less of a hindrance in Hertfordshire than it was in Wales. Saracens' Gavin Henson aims to be dancing for Wales in Six Nations
  • The 49-year-old from Hertfordshire dashed inside to grab a camera, in time to capture the progress of one of the streaks of lightning over the hamlet in Charente Maratime, near La Rochelle.
  • So we whizzed up to Hertfordshire to get the boxes, then picked up more from the old gaff, and then dashed over to run up and down the stairs a few hundred times.
  • United are seven points behind the Hertfordshire side, but they have three games in hand.
  • She only recently began sorting through her late husband's belongings, which have been left untouched at their home in Hertfordshire.
  • In Hertfordshire and East Anglia, gravels that are in a similar setting to the Hanborough Terrace contain up to 50% Mesozoic detritus at some localities.
  • After his death his body was dissected and scattered at various rural spots in Hertfordshire and Leicestershire. The Sun
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