Hatfield


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Hatfield

(ˈhætˌfiːld)
n
(Placename) a market town in S central England, in Hertfordshire, with a new town of the same name built on the outskirts: university (1992); site of Hatfield House (1607–11), the seat of the Cecil family. Pop: 32 281 (2001)
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I'm for killin' him -- and didn't he kill old Hatfield jist the same way -- and don't he deserve it?
came on into Hertfordshire, anxiously renewing them at all the turnpikes, and at the inns in Barnet and Hatfield, but without any success-- no such people had been seen to pass through.
Meltham, Green, and Hatfield, and the ineffaceable impression she had wrought upon each of them.
Hatfield the cleverest, Sir Thomas the wickedest, and Mr.
At last he got away, and shaped his course for Hatfield.
At length he went back again, and took the road which leads from Hatfield to St.
I was uncomfortable even at being asked, and that's why I immediately told the person that if I did it, I was going to write about it," Hatfield says.
TODAY'S addition to the Ie's-Human-I-Want-To-Be-An-Alien list is Andy Hatfield of Rotherham.
Again, after a session of sex of the most histrionic kind, Flo Hatfield, the sovereign of Leviathan and Kamala's fictional variation, remarks to Hawkins, her sexual slave: "'La, Andrew, you are the best servant I have ever had.
But Hatfield is bound to get an argument from ADOT&PF maintenance and operations standards engineer Bruce Freitag.
The Rice University football team is having mixed results this season, but head coach Ken Hatfield seems to think he has a winning philosophy when it comes to gay athletes.
Bishop Leonard Fraser Hatfield, former bishop of Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island and author of a book about an Inuit priest, died in September.