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Halton

/ˈhɔːltən/
noun
1.
a unitary authority in NW England, in N Cheshire. Pop: 118 400 (2003 est). Area: 75 sq km (29 sq miles)
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  • John of Gaunt, the king's father, was a frequent visitor at halton Castle, which he used as a hunting-lodge.

    Cheshire Charles E. Kelsey
  • But that was no reason why he should not talk to Mrs. halton.

    Daisy's Aunt E. F. (Edward Frederic) Benson
  • Absalom Shade, of Galt, member for halton, was of the same opinion.

  • Elmhirst; she often talked of the old halton and Somersby days.

  • Aunt Rachel wrote to Granma that they would be glad to have me come over to halton for a visit.

    Tramping on Life Harry Kemp
  • I'm not saying your son can't succeed you at halton in due course.

    Second String Anthony Hope
  • About Mrs. halton running after me, that is absolutely all rot.

    Daisy's Aunt E. F. (Edward Frederic) Benson
  • His instant re-election by the county of halton was of course secured.

    Toronto of Old Henry Scadding
  • All the present party was to meet again at halton in the evening.

    Second String Anthony Hope
  • halton was the house, and Mr. and Mrs. Rawnsley the people, whom Dr. Tennyson most loved to visit.

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