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Herts

(hɑːts)
abbreviation for
(Placename) Hertfordshire
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Emergency services raced to the scene in Stevenage, Herts. Medics declared a major incident with the injured treated at three different hospitals.
The 58-year-old was jailed for 12 years for a catalogue of assaults against five girls aged between five and 15 in Hemel Hempstead and Berkhamsted, Herts.
Last week, Justin Reid, from Herts, asked what bulbs he could plant now that would flower for an event in the garden in September.
La Monegasque UK Ltd, The Priory, High Street, Ware, Herts SG12 9AL.
GATESHEAD College secured another national title with a 1-0 victory over West Herts College in the English Schools Under-18 National Cup final at Fleetwood Town.
Playing at second pair, Ogan and Cowper kept their nerve to out-hit and out-think the powerful Herts firsts Holly Bagshaw and Amanda Elliot in straight sets before surviving a first-set scare against the gritty Herts thirds.
Anane defied a painful knee injury as she and former British No.1 Louise Kilshaw beat their fellow third pair in straight sets and took a set from the powerful Herts firsts Holly Bagshaw and Amanda Elliot.
Wymer, 22, of Arundel Drive, Borehamwood, Herts, and Robbins, 21, of High Street, Codicote in Hitchin, Herts, meanwhile appeared to be laughing and joking.
Skipper Marc Symington, Michael Craigs and David Rutherford took a wicket apiece to complete the job of bowling out Herts shortly after lunch on the second day, with the visitors posting a first innings total of 228.