1. a county is central England
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How To Use Northamptonshire In A Sentence

  • He was born in a village near me in Northamptonshire and I told my friend it was a sign we were meant to be together. The Sun
  • Lorries will take containers to and from the terminal and trains will make the journey between Northamptonshire and the continent.
  • There's Firetail got a queerish look -- them Northamptonshire 'osses is mostly unsound ones -- and the mare's off leg's filled; and the Vampire' oss, he's got a bit of a splent a-comin ', but I'll soon frighten that away; an' old Dandybrush, he's awful, but not wuss nor I counted; and the young un -- M. or N. "Similia similibus curantur."
  • The Lloyds Ironworks had been built on the doorstep of what had been the tiny village of Corby in Northamptonshire, and in time the ironworks became Stewarts and Lloyds, who turned it into the biggest integrated iron and steelworks in Europe. Jill McGown, in her own words
  • The British teen—who lives in Corby, Northamptonshire—got his first computer age seven. Three years later he got a Mac and taught himself web design.
  • James is set out for Northamptonshire: pray re-ceive him kindly. Sir Charles Grandison
  • The wooden doors formerly affixed to these ambries have for the most part either fallen into decay or been removed, but traces of the hinges may be frequently perceived; and a locker in the north wall of the chancel of Aston Church, Northamptonshire, still retains the two-leaved wooden door. The Principles of Gothic Ecclesiastical Architecture, Elucidated by Question and Answer, 4th ed.
  • The Northamptonshire Yeomanry was now launched forward again to exploit this success, only to run into Peiper's Panthers and more StuG IIIs in hull-down firing positions.
  • A later residence in Northamptonshire was licensed in 1673 for dissenter meetings, in spite of his earlier bad reputation there.
  • At Wollaston in Northamptonshire, the discovery of grape pollen in Roman planting trenches seems to have clinched the argument.
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