Bedfordshire

Bedfordshire is British slang for bed or bedtime.
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Bedfordshire

administrative, geographic, and historic county of the southeastern Midlands of England. The county town (seat) is Bedford. The administrative county ...
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Bedfordshire

Bedfordshire is British slang for bed or bedtime.
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Bedfordshire

[European Parliament constituency] ==Boundaries== On its creation in 1979, it consisted of the parliamentary constituencies of Bedford, Mid Bedfordshire, South Bedfordshire, Hemel Hempstead, Hitchin, Luton East and Luton West. When it was abolished in 1984, the subsequent seats were based on the parliamentary constituencies created by the 1...
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Bedfordshire

Bedfordshire or Bedford,county (1991 pop. 514,200), 473 sq mi (1,225 sq km), central England. It is also called Beds. The county seat is Bedford. The terrain is generally flat, with low chalk hills in the south. The region, drained by the Ouse River, is fertile, and more than four fifths of the area...
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Bedfordshire

County of south central England (since April 1997 Luton has been a separate unitary authority). Area 1,192 sq km/460 sq mi Towns and cities Bedford (administrative headquarters), Dunstable Physical the Great Ouse River and its tributary, the Ivel; the county is low lying with the Chiltern Hil...
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Bedfordshire

[UK Parliament constituency] Bedfordshire was a United Kingdom Parliamentary constituency, which elected two Members of Parliament from 1295 until 1885, when it was divided into two constituencies under the Redistribution of Seats Act 1885. ==History== The constituency consisted of the historic county of Bedfordshire. (Although Bedfordshire...
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Bedfordshire

The highest elevation point is {convert|243|m|ft|0} on Dunstable Downs in the Chilterns. The traditional nickname for people from Bedfordshire is `Bedfordshire Bulldogs` or `Clangers`, the latter deriving from a local dish comprising a suet crust pastry filled with meat in one end and jam in the other. It is the fourteenth most densely populat...
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