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Hereford and Worcester

[ her-uh-ferd ]
/ ˈhɛr ə fərd /
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noun
a county in W England. 1,516 sq. mi. (3,926 sq. km).
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Hereford and Worcester

noun
a former county of the W Midlands of England, created in 1974 from the historic counties of Herefordshire and (most of) Worcestershire: abolished in 1998 when Herefordshire became an independent unitary authority
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