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  1. a town in N England, in Leeds unitary authority, West Yorkshire. Pop: 32 391 (2001)
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Historical Examples of pudsey

  • I telegraphed instructions, and within half an hour Bonar had left Pudsey for Farnborough as a grand piano.

    Punch, or the London Charivari, Vol. 146, February 4, 1914


  • Bishop Pudsey erected a new wall and a hall which bears his name, and Bishop Bek built the hall on the west of the courtyard.

  • Pudsey was accordingly imprisoned, and was not released until he had fulfilled the required conditions.

  • Hatfield repaired and altered Pudsey's upper hall by the addition of east and west windows, and probably a new roof.

  • Paint the Mayor and Corporation of Pudsey, life-size, including chains of office; paint slice of haddock on plate.

    Mr. Pim Passes By

    Alan Alexander Milne