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.
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  • 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
  • The Hertfordshire‑based rider emulated Michael Whitaker's success in last year's blue riband event by defeating a top‑class field packed with fellow Olympic contenders. Sport news in brief
  • He lives in Hertfordshire with his father, stepmother and brother. Times, Sunday Times
  • The Hertfordshire countryside whooshes by in a smudge of muddy green and grey.
  • North Thames deanery includes London north of the Thames, Essex, and Hertfordshire.
  • Meanwhile, police in Hertfordshire have recovered a second car they suspect was used by the two gunmen who killed a man in a drive-by shooting on Friday.
  • 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. Archive 2008-04-01
  • He lives in Hertfordshire with his wife and their children. Conn Iggulden biography
  • Since taking up my present pastorate in Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire, I have tried all sorts of ways to get people under the sound of the gospel of grace, with a measure of success.
  • When the Beckhams looked at Heath Mount, the $5,000 a term school in Hertfordshire proposed for Brooklyn, they were shown around by the headmaster, the Reverend Harry Matthews. Posh & Becks
  • One of Josephine's three children then pointed out to her the Access course at the University of Hertfordshire, and it was only then that she thought about re-entering education.
  • He railed against cuts to science funding and returned the honorary degrees awarded by the universities of Hertfordshire and Exeter because they closed their chemistry departments. Times, Sunday Times
  • The little club from Hertfordshire are up to their old tricks - punching well above their weight and sitting comfortably in the top half. The Sun
  • ‘The moose is actually a hart - a male deer - which represents the hart part of Hertfordshire,’ says Tim Beesley, from Berkhamsted, Herts.
  • Kingston netballer Hannah Reid's Co-Operative Superleague grand final dream fell short at the final hurdle as Surrey Storm crashed 52-47 to Hertfordshire Mavericks in the play-offs on Your Local Guardian | Sutton
  • Cricket had hardly taken practical shape, but representative contests did take place in the favourite pastime of cock-fighting -- or "cocking" as it was always called in the last century -- in which contests the Hertfordshire side of the town brought its birds into the pit against those of the Fragments of Two Centuries Glimpses of Country Life when George III. was King
  • Cryomation, which developed the technology with a team led by David Naseby at the University of Hertfordshire in Hatfield, UK, has already tested a prototype device on pig carcasses. Eco-Friendly Funerals of the Future | Impact Lab
  • 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. Christina Patterson: What I Learnt from Prince Charles
  • Officers would also be making house-to-house inquiries, said a Hertfordshire Police spokesman.
  • Ocado operates out of one centralised distribution centre in Hertfordshire, whereas others tend to "store pack" at the closest branch to your home.
  • There's a Jag in the drive of his five-bed Hertfordshire home, but it's his father's. Times, Sunday Times
  • Her major land holding, Missenden in Buckinghamshire, was far from the cluster, although it anchored another much thinner cluster in eastern Buckinghamshire and western Hertfordshire. From Heads of Household to Heads of State: The Preaccession Households of Mary and Elizabeth Tudor, 1516-1558
  • The aqueduct begins at Chadwell Spring, near Ware in Hertfordshire, and is soon joined by a cut from the River Lea.
  • The county under 25's double rink (male) have qualified for the regional finals at by beating Hertfordshire by 16 shots.
  • Mortality from asthma in people aged under 65 seems to be about 40% higher in Norfolk than in Cumbria or Hertfordshire.
  • He was being driven by a chauffeur when the vehicle was stopped by traffic officers in Hertfordshire travelling at 97 mph.
  • Kubrick's stance changed, though, when two police officers came to see him at his Hertfordshire home. "I'd had my head firmly in the sand, " says Christiane.
  • The upper sections of many of the rivers and streams in northern and western Hertfordshire operate as winterbournes, with the effective source of the river moving up and down the valley with the seasons.
  • The cyclist in the foreground of the photograph is a few yards into Hertfordshire, whereas the bridge, tunnel, cattle grid and green fields beyond are all part of Greater London.
  • The little club from Hertfordshire are up to their old tricks - punching well above their weight and sitting comfortably in the top half. The Sun
  • Instead of sheriff and justiciar of his own county of Essex merely, he is now made sheriff and justiciar of London and Middlesex, as well as of Hertfordshire. London and the Kingdom - Volume I
  • It is for logistical rather than symbolic reasons that we are meeting at Old Albanian rugby club in Hertfordshire rather than Twickenham, but it allows Steele to make the point that he hopes to nurture the grassroots as well as the elite game, especially the enthusiastic volunteers that sustain it. England can win 2015 World Cup, says RFU chief executive John Steele
  • Four tennis aces from Lancaster Royal Grammar School have been competing in the National Schools Tennis Championship finals in Hertfordshire.
  • Hals has J. E. Cussans own grangerised copy of his History of Hertfordshire.
  • The little club from Hertfordshire are up to their old tricks - punching well above their weight and sitting comfortably in the top half. The Sun
  • We've just got back from staying with my family in Hertfordshire where we were treated to food, drink, good company and lots of games.
  • The 28-year-old from Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire, only found the secret images when he downloaded his own holiday snaps from the Nikon Cool Pix device. Archive 2008-10-01
  • The security services who were monitoring the call timed it at less than twenty-two seconds and traced it to a little-used callbox in rural Hertfordshire. Whispers Of Betrayal
  • 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. Everything But The Girl « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG
  • There's a Jag in the drive of his five-bed Hertfordshire home, but it's his father's. Times, Sunday Times
  • John BaxterBerkhamsted, Hertfordshire• Nick Clegg and his Lib Dem ministerial colleagues must be dangerously naive if they think that a quick volte-face, with the imprimatur of Clegg's "personal" authority, on the key ingredients of the health bill, is going to wash with their outraged foot soldiers. Letters: Thoughts and reflections on the NHS
  • In fact, the settlement was founded by immigrants from Hertfordshire - second and third sons seeking riches in the New World, far from their more fortunate first-born brothers.
  • After his death his body was dissected and scattered at various rural spots in Hertfordshire and Leicestershire. The Sun
  • "I hope you brought your own vinaigrette tonight, Lady Woodbridge?" Althea asked innocently, "I'm afraid to say that I left mine in Hertfordshire."

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