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a town in N England, in Wakefield unitary authority, West Yorkshire on the River Aire. Pop: 37 525 (2001)
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  • The firm of Frith and castleford was coming to the front in the Chinese trade.

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  • Mr. castleford could not be heard from till the end of the week.

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  • "Oh, and here's a castleford," cried William, paying no attention to the interruption.

    Miss Billy Eleanor H. Porter
  • To see castleford again, and especially in its January dress, was an attraction.

  • castleford was an old place, though the house was comparatively new.

    A Crooked Path Mrs. Alexander
  • From Lady Alice it was an easy transition of thought to the new guest at castleford.

    A Crooked Path Mrs. Alexander
  • I am going back to castleford to-morrow, or I should call again.

    A Crooked Path Mrs. Alexander
  • Never mind, if we've no sensation on the journey, perhaps we'll find one at castleford.

  • As the summer went on, Mildred thought the scenery at castleford seemed to grow more and more beautiful.

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