intercounty

intercounty

(ˌɪntəˈkaʊntɪ)
adj
conducted between or involving two or more counties: intercounty football.
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JOE CANNING claims the intercounty hurling season should be extended rather than condensed in the way it has been over the last two summers.
Brookhaven Industrial Development Agency announced they closed on an agreement that will provide economic incentives to 10 National Medford LLC, whose managing member is Jeffrey Feil of the Feil Organization, for its purchase and leaseback of Intercounty's facility at 10 National Blvd., which total 250,000 s/f and sits on almost 30 acres.
Intercounty Paving Associates LLC, based in Hackettstown, New Jersey, is building the plant at 189 Strykers Road in Warren County.
1811: The first intercounty women's cricket match took place - between Hampshire and Surrey.
After all, London are officially the worst team in intercounty football having finished bottom of Division 4 in the League.
Steve is managing director of Intercounty Truck and Van Ltd and arranged for them to carry out the same presentation at the double launch of the Mercedes-Benz Citan van.
PRICE: Intercounty estate agents 01484 439080 AGENT: pounds 274,950
All the National, UK, AAA and InterCounty titles have a place but to be fair I felt I should have won most of them - and perhaps a few more besides.
Founded in 1911 the Ontario Intercounty Baseball League was at the height of its popularity after World War II, with teams in such towns as Brantford, Galt, London, Guelph, Waterloo, Kitchener, and Stratford.
Jay Lebowitz, the independent retailer who's president of the Intercounty buying group and a key founder of the five-chapter NECO Alliance, received the Patricia Rienzi Legacy Award.
THIS year's North Wales intercounty championship will be contested by just five counties after struggling Anglesey pulled out.