[not-ing-uh m or, U.S. often -ham]
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Goodwin, an associate professor at Nottingham University, has compiled the first comprehensive study on the rise of Ukip.Is Britain’s Tea Party Turning Politics Upside Down?
April 30, 2014
If you need a reminder, watch Prince of Thieves; he was the only actor in 12th-century Nottingham speaking Californian.Are We in the Midst of a Kevin Costner Comeback?
January 28, 2014
Romney is like the sheriff of Nottingham: all castle, no conviction; which makes Newt Gingrich the earthy Friar Tuck.Romney and Gingrich Set the GOP on a Path Toward Self-Destruction
January 30, 2012
Over 1,100 people have been arrested in London, Birmingham, Manchester, Nottingham, Bristol, and Leicester.Cameron: Rioters Will Pay
August 11, 2011
Provincial cities have not escaped, with violence on the streets of Birmingham, Nottingham, Bristol, and Liverpool.London Riots Rage
August 9, 2011
The foresters did not waste time in Nottingham, but were soon at a distance from its walls.Maid Marian
Thomas Love Peacock
Ride on, my merry men all, and let us get back to Nottingham Town as speedily as we may.
A fair sight was Nottingham Town on the day of the shooting match.
"Then I hold all Nottingham men to be cowards," said the Sheriff.
Truly, thou art a fit tool for this coward Sheriff of Nottingham.
- a city in N central England, administrative centre of Nottinghamshire, on the River Trent: scene of the outbreak of the Civil War (1642); famous for its associations with the Robin Hood legend; two universities. Pop: 249 584 (2001)
- a unitary authority in N central England, in Nottinghamshire. Pop: 273 900 (2003 est). Area: 78 sq km (30 sq miles)
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