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(Placename) an inland county of central England: the smallest of the historical English counties, it became part of Leicestershire in 1974 but was reinstated as an independent unitary authority in 1997: mainly agricultural. Administrative centre: Oakham. Pop: 35 700 (2003 est). Area: 394 sq km (152 sq miles)


(ˈrʌt lənd)

1. a city in W Vermont. 18,436.
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Green Mountain State, Vermont, VT - a state in New England
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On the No 47 Bus route between locations in the County of Rutland to destinations in Peterborough.
10 Chelmsford A village and civil parish in the county of Rutland in the East Midlands of England.
But if you're looking for a speedy commute then perhaps head to the tiny county of Rutland in the East Midlands where the morning rushhour motors along at an average of 40.