Sheffield

[ US /ˈʃɛfiɫd/ ]
NOUN
  1. a steel manufacturing city in northern England famous for its cutlery industry
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How To Use Sheffield In A Sentence

  • It is more than a decade since a coach and her young prodigy stood on a windswept Sheffield running track and envisaged the future. Times, Sunday Times
  • He had spoken of being inspired by Sheffield's John and Sheila Sherwood winning medals in the Mexico Olympics, of joining their club and of being given his first pair of spikes by Sheila.
  • Milk churns and dairymaids are making a comeback on a Sheffield housing estate where South Yorkshire's first urban dairy will start producing cheese commercially next month.
  • Since the research began Sheffield city centre has been transformed with a raft of new clubs and shops opening.
  • As a result, Sheffield health chiefs are planning to ask the next two to three years' intake of prospective students to get vaccinated.
  • Doncaster regained third place in the league overtaking Sheffield Collegiate who did not have a league game.
  • Championship strugglers Gillingham made it a third match without defeat at promotion-chasing Sheffield United.
  • Grapefruit, bananas and cloves will soon be growing in Sheffield as the next phase of the regeneration of the city's Botanical Gardens nears completion.
  • Most of the Sheffield Plate that appears on the market is in relatively good condition, whereas much of the 19th century electroplate is very much the worse for wear.
  • Hers is among 21 honorary awards being conferred this year at Sheffield Hallam University's graduation ceremonies.
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