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Alföld

[awl-fuh ld] /ˈɔl fəld/
noun
1.
Also called Great Alföld. a vast plain in E Hungary, extending to the border of Ukraine and into Serbia and W Romania.
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  • alfold, like Shalford, Abinger and Newdigate, still has its village stocks.

  • alfold, too, has a great old yew-tree, one of a row of three in the Fold churchyards.

  • Has it ever been noticed that the alfold, Dunsfold, and Hambledon yews stand almost in a mathematically straight line?

  • From alfold to Hambledon is five miles as the crow flies, and Dunsfold is almost exactly half way between the two.

  • Of the three, alfold has hardly begun to grow, Dunsfold straggles, and Chiddingfold sits compact about its sunny green.

  • alfold almost touches the Sussex boundary, and is perhaps the most out-of-the-way little village in Surrey.

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