Cheshire

Cheshire (ə or ə; archaically the County Palatine of Chester; abbreviated Ches.) is a ceremonial county in North West England, in the United Kingdom. The western edge of the county forms part of England`s border with Wales. Cheshire`s county town is the city of Chester, although the largest town is Warrington, which historically was in Lancash.....
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Cheshire

administrative, geographic, and historic county of northwestern England, bordering Wales to the west, fronting the Dee and Mersey estuaries to the ...
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Cheshire

Cheshire (chesh'ur) , county (1991 pop. 937,300), 901 sq mi (2,334 sq km), W central England. The county seat is Chester. The terrain is generally low, flat, and fertile. Its chief rivers are the Mersey and the Dee, which separates Cheshire from Wales. The Wirral peninsula divides the estuaries ...
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Cheshire

County of northwest England, which has contained the unitary authorities Halton and Warrington since April 1998. Area 2,320 sq km/896 sq mi. Towns and cities Chester (administrative headquarters), Crewe, Congleton, Macclesfield Physical chiefly a fertile plain, with the Pennines in the east; ...
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Cheshire

county, extreme southwestern New Hampshire, U.S. It consists largely of a hill-and-valley region bounded to the south by Massachusetts and to the ...
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