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A borough of north-central England northeast of Manchester, noted for its well-preserved Victorian architecture.


(Placename) a town in N England, in Kirklees unitary authority, West Yorkshire, on the River Colne: former textile centre, now with varied manufacturing and services; university 1992. Pop: 146 234 (2001)


(ˈhʌd ərzˌfild)

a town in West Yorkshire, in N central England. 148,500.
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Passing on, the policeman halted before the Harrogate group and said: "Samuel Harrogate, I arrest you in the name of the law for embezzlement of the funds of the Hull and Huddersfield Bank.
I am going to Manchester, Liverpool, Leeds, Hull, Huddersfield, Glasgow, Chicago--in short, to enlightened, energetic, civilized society
Brian Dickson, who went to the University of Huddersfield and until recently lived in the town, has brewed a brand new dark ale called Northern Industry which will be sold with tracks from 11 top new acts from the north of England on a CD with the same name.
Warrington are appearing in their 31st Challenge Cup semi-final, having won 15 and lost 15, while Huddersfield have won 10 and lost 9 of their previous 19 appearances at the last four stage.
370: Rawthorpe - Huddersfield - Salendine - Lindley - Hospital - Huddersfield - Rawthorpe.
Huddersfield Dragons' Jimmy Swinden (purple shirt) was a hat trick hero in the win over Ben Rhydding | 141115KDRAG_01 ANDY CATCHPOOL
MUSIC Gledholt Methodist Church, |Edgerton Grove Road: Huddersfield Voices rehearse tonight, 7.
Huddersfield Dragons skipper Pete Lee is left on the |ground during the clash with Leeds at Lockwood Park
HOCKEY HUDDERSFIELD Dragons men's team are setting out their stall to make an instant return to the North Hockey League.