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(məntˈɡʌmərɪˌʃɪə; -ʃə)
(Placename) (until 1974) a county of central Wales, now part of Powys
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(mɒntˈgʌm ə riˌʃɪər, -ʃər, -ˈgʌm ri-)

a historic county in Powys, in central Wales. Also called Montgomery.
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The money, raised by a raffle and prize draw, was presented to Montgomeryshire branch of the Motor Neurone Disease Association (MNDA), which is celebrating its 40th birthday this year.
FORMER Cardiff North MP Craig Williams is the favourite to be the Tory candidate to replace Glyn Davies as Montgomeryshire MP.
Glyn Davies, Conservative MP for Montgomeryshire, has implored Network Rail to hasten its planned repair work.
Also returning home victorious was Montgomeryshire's frisbee team, while Ceredigion topped another novel sport, dodgeball.
Montgomeryshire Conservative MP Glyn Davies has accused the BBC of an "inaccurate" presentation of Emlyn Hooson, who served the same constituency as a Liberal from 1962 to 1979.
The family of Montgomeryshire area officer Tony Williams and son-in-law Dave Manuel has been struck by cancer and the men wanted to help raise cash - and enjoy a fun ride on the footplate of a Ffestiniog Railway steam locomotive.
FOR a moment, your columnist was tempted to ridicule the notion of Montgomeryshire's most eligible bachelor Lembit Opik launching a campaign with his reported new catwalk girlfriend against the weight obsessions of stick-thin models.
The Montgomeryshire County Recreation Association, which recently changed its name to Regeneration Association, was was formed in July 1919.
Undoubtedly the programme-makers have used some artistic licence in attempting to paint Jeremy Thorpe in a rather more sympathetic light to how he has been portrayed in the past, but it seems very unfair that this comes at the cost of a true representation of the late Lord Hooson, who was an MP who fought so hard to protect the interests of Montgomeryshire, and to champion the constituency across the UK.
A trial period has been completed, and Montgomeryshire Wildlife Trust is looking for funding to roll out the scheme to cover 40,000 hectares.
The porch of the Cross Keys just jutted out into Wales, and so a special rate of pounds 1 a year was paid to Montgomeryshire. The other shops and houses pictured were wholly in Shropshire, and thus avoided this extra charge.
The 45-year-old Liberal Democrat lost the Welsh seat of Montgomeryshire, considered a safe seat for the party, by just over 1,000 votes - a swing of 13.16% to the Conservatives.