Chelmsford


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Chelmsford

(ˈtʃɛlmzfəd)
n
(Placename) a city in SE England, administrative centre of Essex: electronics, retail; university (1992). Pop: 99 962 (2001)
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On Wednesday the three fugitives--they had passed the night in a field of unripe wheat--reached Chelmsford, and there a body of the inhabitants, calling itself the Committee of Public Supply, seized the pony as provisions, and would give nothing in exchange for it but the promise of a share in it the next day.
After Little John and Will Scarlet and Allan a Dale had left the highway near garnet, they traveled toward the eastward, without stopping, as long as their legs could carry them, until they came to Chelmsford, in Essex.
Phil will be supported by associate director Mike Storrs, formally of Bidwells in Chelmsford.
In a hard-fought match, Cardiff fired 30 shots on the Chelmsford net, while James Whiting in the Devils net faced 33.
I don't want to take anything from Chelmsford - they've earned the right to be in the next round and we haven't.
But Chelmsford responded and Max Cornhill headed over the bar before scoring.
In Chelmsford, proponents of the recall have provided evidence that former selectman Phil Eliopoulos used his position and influence to keep town officials in the dark while assisting his family to purchase land behind the Center Fire Station that was of interest to the town both as recreational space and to provide an area for low cost improvements to the fire station.
County settled into the game quickly and Chelmsford were indebted to goalkeeper Craig Holloway for some excellent early saves from Paul Bignot and Jason Bradley, before Bradley and Danny Rose combined for Sam Foley to give County a 33rd minute lead.
County settled into the game quickly and Chelmsford were indebted to 'keeper Craig Holloway for some excellent early saves from Paul Bignot and Jason Bradley before Bradley and Danny Rose combined for Sam Foley to give County a 33rd minute lead.
Terry Brown's men have been handicapped by some belowpar performances against their title rivals - they have lost 3-2 at Chelmsford and 2-0 at home to second-placed Eastleigh - and layers may have overestimated their chances by making them just 10-3 shots.
Four-piece Hard-Fi thrilled the main stage in Chelmsford with a set including hits like Cash Machine, Hard to Beat and their now-customary cover of Seven Nation Army by The White Stripes.
Chelmsford, the Premier Division runnersup, led 1-0 at half time through Lynn Bollington, but Charlotte Hartley equalised after 42 minutes and Claire Ferguson scored the winner five minutes later.