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Cheshire County Jail in Keene, N.H., looks more like a small college campus or a tech start-up than a house of detention.
Phone services at Cheshire are also outsourced to private companies.
Cheshire is supposed to be a “short-term” facility, with 60 percent of its prisoners awaiting trial.
But at Cheshire, prisoners rarely, if ever, leave their pod.
In The Explorer Gene, science writer Tom Cheshire presents a fascinating cross-section of Piccard family history.
A similar circumstance has occurred on the seashore at Hoy Lake, Cheshire, where several "fairy pipes" have been found.
In Cheshire and Lancashire the word is in common use to this day, and invariably means starved for want of food.
Lancashire and Cheshire had benefited much by Irish yarn, 4,000 hands being employed in weaving it at Manchester alone.Ireland Under the Tudors, Vol. II (of 3)|Richard Bagwell
In Cheshire, more time and attention is devoted to the perfect extraction of the whey than in almost any other district.Domestic Animals|Richard L. Allen
One is irresistibly reminded of the Cheshire cat in Alice in Wonderland, whose smile remained long after the cat had vanished.