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West Sussex

noun

  1. a county in SE England. 778 sq. mi. (2,015 sq. km).


West Sussex

noun

  1. a county of SE England, comprising part of the former county of Sussex: mainly low-lying, with the South Downs in the S. Administrative centre: Chichester. Pop: 758 600 (2003 est). Area: 1989 sq km (768 sq miles)


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Heyshott is a hamlet in a sequestered corner of West Sussex, not many miles from the Hampshire border.

As a centre for the exploration of West Sussex Chichester is much better than one of the smaller towns.

The timber generally is very fine, as is almost always the case in the enclosed parklands of West Sussex.

The primitive taste of West Sussex, at any rate, cannot require them.

It is, however, an excellent guide to the beers of West Sussex.

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