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Hereford

[ hur-ferd, her-uh- her-uh-ferd hur-ferd ]

noun

  1. one of an English breed of red beef cattle having a white face and white body markings.
  2. one of an American breed of red hogs having white markings.
  3. a city in Hereford and Worcester, in western England: known for its cathedral.
  4. a town in northern Texas.


Hereford

/ ˈhɛrɪfəd /

noun

  1. a city in W England, in Herefordshire on the River Wye: trading centre for agricultural produce; cathedral (begun 1079). Pop: 56 373 (2001)
  2. a hardy breed of beef cattle characterized by a red body, red and white head, and white markings


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But further operations against Scotland were postponed till Hereford and the other prisoners of note could be ransomed home.

A quiet, unpretentious old border town is Hereford, pleasantly located on the banks of the always beautiful Wye.

Our run from Hereford up the Wye Valley to the sea, we agreed was one of our red-letter days.

The precise terms proposed were presently found on the dead body of Hereford at Boroughbridge.

You will see in the papers, that the Bishop of Hereford is dead.

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heredo-familialHereford and Worcester