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Nottinghamshire (ˈnɒtɪŋəmˌʃɪə Pronunciation for Nottinghamshire ; -ʃə) 

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noun

  1. an inland county of central England: generally low-lying, with part of the S Pennines and the remnant of Sherwood Forest in the east. Nottingham became an independent unitary authority in 1998. Administrative centre: Nottingham. Pop (excluding Nottingham): 755 400 (2003 est). Area (excluding Nottingham): 2086 sq km (805 sq miles) Notts

Example Sentences Including 'Nottinghamshire'

At Derby: Derbyshire 5-346 (Hassan Adnan 140, C Bassano 92no) v Nottinghamshire.
The Australian (2004)
At Trent Bridge: Scottish Saltires 143 (S MacGill 4-18) lost to Nottinghamshire Outlaws 7-144 (A Singh 67) by 3 wickets.
The Australian (2004)
Certainly not when the buzz is that county cricket beckons, with Sussex and Nottinghamshire eyeing him.
India Today (1997)
I guessed he was from Nottinghamshire , the sort of bloke who'd written DH Lawrence on his schoolbooks instead of Mansfield Town.
Dexter Petley WHITE LIES (2003)
Lawrence was the son of a Nottinghamshire miner and suffered from tuberculosis for most of his life.
Eric Newby A BOOK OF LANDS AND PEOPLES (2003)
Nottinghamshire police have launched an appeal for witnesses to the attack.
Liverpool Daily Post and Echo (2004)
Shortly following his mother's death, he had gone to a monastery in Nottinghamshire for a week of yogic transcendental meditation.
Aldiss, Brian Somewhere East of Life

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