Lichfield

[ lich-feeld ]
/ ˈlɪtʃˌfild /

noun

a town in SE Staffordshire, in central England, N of Birmingham: birthplace of Samuel Johnson.

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Lichfield
/ (ˈlɪtʃˌfiːld) /

noun

a city in central England, in SE Staffordshire: cathedral with three spires (13th-14th century); birthplace of Samuel Johnson, during whose lifetime the Lichfield Group (a literary circle) flourished. Pop: 28 435 (2001)
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