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Hatfield

[hat-feeld] /ˈhætˌfild/
noun
1.
a town in central Hertfordshire, in SE England: incorporated into (Welwyn Hatfield) 1974.
Also called Bishop's Hatfield.
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  • Day two of the Queen's East Midlands Diamond Jubilee tour will continue tomorrow with visits to Stevenage and Hatfield.

    Kate's Big Push Tom Sykes June 13, 2012
  • Quinn Hatfield of Hatfield's in Los Angeles, where he works with his also-slender pastry-chef wife, agrees.

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Hatfield

/ˈhætˌfiːld/
noun
1.
a market town in S central England, in Hertfordshire, with a new town of the same name built on the outskirts: university (1992); site of Hatfield House (1607–11), the seat of the Cecil family. Pop: 32 281 (2001)
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