How to use Rotherham in a sentence
In the wake of Rotherham, all we have are questions, questions, questions.
Eighteen months later, despite the initial resistence, the Rotherham center seems alive and thriving.
Rotherham had demonstrated outright hostility to his previous efforts to reform school-lunch nutrition.
I would give the world that I had not sent Dick to Mr. Rotherham's this morning.
Rotherham—vicar—poor St. James—gone; yes—Mr.—Rotherham—vicar.
Rotherham renders it: "Much avails a righteous man's supplication, working inwardly."George Muller of Bristol | Arthur T. Pierson
Then there were Atwood, and the surgeons, Mr. Rotherham, and two or three of the cabin attendants.
His grapes also took the first prize at Rotherham, at a competition open to all England.Lives of the Engineers | Samuel Smiles
British Dictionary definitions for Rotherham
an industrial town in N England, in Rotherham unitary authority, South Yorkshire. Pop: 117 262 (2001)
a unitary authority in N England, in South Yorkshire. Pop: 251 500 (2003 est). Area: 283 sq km (109 sq miles)
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