- 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
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Quinn Hatfield of Hatfield's in Los Angeles, where he works with his also-slender pastry-chef wife, agrees.How Top Chefs Stay Thin
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But it was not until after his death that Hatfield came into possession of his family.England, Picturesque and Descriptive
Elizabeth went away, and resided afterward at a place called Hatfield.Queen Elizabeth
Hatfield was a liberal supporter of Durham College at Oxford.
About the year 1350 Bishop Hatfield enlarged and altered Bek's hall.
We heard nothing of him neither in Hertford nor in Hatfield.The Motor Pirate
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- 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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