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(ˈhʌntɪŋdənˌʃɪə; -ʃə)
(Placename) (until 1974) a former county of E England, now part of Cambridgeshire


(ˈhʌn tɪŋ dənˌʃɪər, -ʃər)

a former county in E England, now part of Cambridgeshire. Also called Hun′ting•don.
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Watching on, from behind the stumps, could be Handscomb, whose late father John went to Cambridge University, and also played for Huntingdonshire in the old Second XI Championship throughout the 1960s.
The park has been closed since the incident and will re-open today following a licence and public safety inspection by Huntingdonshire District Council.
But Huntingdonshire District Council, which grants the zoo's licence, said "all the conditions on that report were fully complied with".
Cambridgeshire police said the tiger was not harmed and a joint investigation with Huntingdonshire District Council is ongoing.
Huntingdonshire District Council, in charge of the zoo's exotic animals licence, are investigating.
The draw was less than kind though as waiting in the next round was a Huntingdonshire triple skipped by world No 1 and current world singles champion, Nick Brett.
Huntingdonshire councillor Ms Duffy has pledged to heal factional fighting in the party.
The missing tickets were bought in Leeds, Worcester, Tameside, near Manchester, and Huntingdonshire.
Which county did Huntingdonshire become part of in 1974?
The winners will face Hampshire or Huntingdonshire in the final in the afternoon.
Said Mr Sykes: "Online sales have been fine and we have gone into a couple of stores in Cambridgeshire through a buying group for builders' merchants and has drafted in distributors in Huntingdonshire and St Ives, Cornwall.
CRICKET Spitfire 60+ County Championship Semi-final: Cambridgeshire and Huntingdonshire 152-8 (D Swan 3-32), Northumberland and Durham 153-2 (D Jones 82no, D Nevins 37).

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