West Yorkshire

NOUN
  1. a metropolitan county in northern England
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How To Use West Yorkshire In A Sentence

  • West Yorkshire's special constabulary is recognised as being among the best in the country, and we are proud of that.
  • Police in West Yorkshire are taking on more than 20 financial investigators to make sure that criminals' ill-gotten gains get put back into the community.
  • The charges follow a joint investigation by West Yorkshire police and the Crown Prosecution Service casework directorate.
  • Their dedication to quality has paid off - with a devoted band of customers throughout West Yorkshire.
  • The current proposals are a choice between North Yorkshire Police merging with the West Yorkshire force, or being amalgamated into a Yorkshire and Humber regional force.
  • West Yorkshire Police said they have not been able to substantiate any of the allegations.
  • A West Yorkshire Police spokesman said they were called to the disturbance and when they arrived a number of people had already left.
  • His mother is the landlady of a pub in West Yorkshire. Times, Sunday Times
  • West Yorkshire Fire Authority has already approved plans to scrap an aerial appliance at Stanningley fire station earlier this month.
  • A horse and his rider last week achieved a perfect nose-stand after a heart-stopping synchronized fall at the Bramham International Horse Trials in West Yorkshire, UK, according to the Daily Mail.
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