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North Yorkshire

noun

  1. a county in NE England. 3,208 sq. mi. (8,309 sq. km).


North Yorkshire

noun

  1. a county in N England, formed in 1974 from most of the North Riding of Yorkshire and parts of the East and West Ridings: the geographical and ceremonial county includes the unitary authorities of Middlesbrough, Redcar and Cleveland, and part of Stockton on Tees (all within Cleveland until 1996), and York (created in 1997). Administrative centre: Northallerton. Pop (excluding unitary authorities): 576 100 (2003 est). Area (excluding unitary authorities): 8037 sq km (3102 sq miles)


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In the 4th century AD, a Roman priestess was found in North Yorkshire.

He served as an associate dean of undergraduate architecture studies, director of the architecture design studio and resident director of the study abroad program at the Maryland Study Centre at Kiplin Hall in North Yorkshire, England.

And if any one really wishes to study the clouds, let him go to the North Yorkshire and Northumberland coasts in winter.

Subsequently the monument was removed to Bamingham in North Yorkshire.

About the year 1833 a gentleman bought an estate in North Yorkshire, seven miles from any town, and built a house there.

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