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Yorkshire

[ yawrk-sheer, -sher ]
/ ˈyɔrk ʃɪər, -ʃər /
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noun
Also called York, Yorks [yawrks]. /yɔrks/. a former county in N England, now part of Humberside, North Yorkshire, South Yorkshire, Cleveland, and Durham.
one of an English breed of white hogs having erect ears.
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Yorkshire
/ (ˈjɔːkˌʃɪə, -ʃə) /

noun
a historic county of N England: the largest English county, formerly divided administratively into East, West, and North Ridings. In 1974 it was much reduced in size and divided into the new counties of North, West, and South Yorkshire: in 1996 the East Riding of Yorkshire was reinstated as a unitary authority and parts of the NE were returned to North Yorkshire for geographical and ceremonial purposes
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