Chelmsford


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Chelmsford,

city (1991 pop. 91,109), county seat of Essex, SE England. It is a market center (especially for cattle) for the surrounding agricultural district. Manufactures include electrical equipment, radios, ball bearings, rope, and agricultural equipment. Other industries are milling and malting. A Roman town on this site was excavated in 1849. The first wireless telegraph broadcasting service began there in 1920.

Chelmsford

(chĕmz`fərd, chĕlmz`–), town (1990 pop. 32,383), Middlesex co., NE Mass.; inc. 1655. Once a lumber and textile town, Chelmsford is largely residential with light industries.

Chelmsford

a city in SE England, administrative centre of Essex: electronics, retail; university (1992). Pop.: 99 962 (2001)
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There was no respite for Chelmsford after the break and following a Rose free kick on 74 minutes Paul Cochlin extended the lead.
11-2 Chelmsford, Havant &W, 10 AFC Wimbledon, 12 Hampton, 14 Bromley, Braintree, Eastleigh, Newport, 16 Fisher, 18 Bath City, 20 Bishop's S, 25 Worcester, 33 St Albans, Team Bath, Welling, Maidenhead, 40 Hayes & Y, Dorchester, Thurrock, 50 Basingstoke, Weston-s-M, 100 Bognor.
Celebrity Big Brother star Preston, who performed with his band The Ordinary Boys at Chelmsford yesterday said he thought the ex-Smiths singer's voice was "the best it has been in his life".
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