[ hilz-bur-oh, -buhr-oh ]


  1. a town in W California.

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Example Sentences

In that case, which occurred five weeks before Grams was found dead, 41-year-old freelance photographer Linda Lansen was discovered shot to death at the end of a highway in the Town n’ Country area of Hillsborough.

He had taken the bus to the Hillsborough soccer stadium in Sheffield, England, to watch the semifinal championship game between Nottingham Forest and Liverpool.

Hillsborough County, a big chunk of that crucial corridor in the heart of the Sunshine State, is called.

Hillsborough County goes blue and Romney supporters get glum.

Yesterday, Prime Minister David Cameron called the Hillsborough tragedy and its coverage a double injustice.

Young appeared at all five hearings held in Superior Court in Hillsborough, North Carolina.

Hillsborough ordered the Massachusetts assembly to rescind its circular letter.

It refused, and, acting on Hillsborough's instructions, Bernard dissolved the assembly.

Even if Bertha were not with the Arnolds at Hillsborough, it did not follow that her sweetheart was lost.

He fumbled for his oblong blue card, on which Emily espied the lettering "Hillsborough."

But time was precious and she shortened the commonplaces, breaking away toward Hillsborough.