shire town

NOUN
  1. the town or city that is the seat of government for a shire
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  • The first namecheck in pop, surely, for the rival Yorkshire town.
  • At the big jump horses auction in the South Yorkshire town, only moments after the local constabulary took a break, a horsebox belonging to trainer Colin Tizzard was stolen from the sales car park. Bank on Anna Salai to collect the Irish 1,000 Guineas cash
  • The system was quickly reconnected and many of the 80 guests at the dinner dance, who included mayors from seven other Wiltshire towns, were unaware why the lights had temporarily stopped.
  • Asylum seekers are being praised for helping to breathe new life into a rundown part of a South Yorkshire town that was once blighted by drugs and vice.
  • Contrary to belief, money was not flowing in the Cheshire town, the buyers there must be tightwads, and they didn't half pick up some bargains.
  • Lots of computer-generated technical dazzle in this fantasy about jungle animals escaping a supernatural board game and terrorizing a New Hampshire town.
  • He is a ‘country boy at heart’, a farmer's son from just outside the Lanarkshire town, who grew up among a bizarre menagerie of animals that he refers to as ‘a crazy sort of petting zoo’ and that include two ostriches.
  • But he was arraigned before Leeds Crown Court only last November charged with racist offences after police raided his other home in the Yorkshire town of Harrogate.
  • The new landmark is on the roundabout that marks the entrance to the Perthshire town from the south.
  • Rubber components made in the small Wiltshire town found their way into railways all over the world. Times, Sunday Times
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