Henley-on-Thames(redirected from Henley on Thames)
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n. pl. hen·leys
A collarless knit shirt with long or short sleeves and buttons extending partway down the front.
[After Henley, where such shirts were traditionally worn by crews rowing in the annual regatta held there.]
Hen·ley(hĕn′lē) or Hen·ley-on-Thames (-ŏn-tĕmz′, -ôn-)
A town of south-central England west of London, noted for its annual rowing regatta (established 1839).
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(Placename) a town in S England, in SE Oxfordshire on the River Thames: a riverside resort with an annual regatta. Pop: 10 513 (2001). Often shortened to: Henley
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a city in SE Oxfordshire, in S England: annual rowing regatta. 31,744.Also called Hen′ley.
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