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Cheshunt

(chĕs`ənt), town (1991 pop. 49,616), Hertfordshire, SE England. A suburb of London, it is a market-gardening center with some electronics industries. Theobalds Park, an 18th-century mansion, is noteworthy.
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Workers travelling 26 miles from Cheshunt to London pay [pounds sterling]3,092 a year, nearly 10% of an annual salary of [pounds sterling]32,244 (stock photo)
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The English midfielder was also spotted at a Marks and Spencer store is Cheshunt, Herts, and a Tesco.
Tesco (LSE: TSCO), a global grocery and general merchandising retailer headquartered in Cheshunt, United Kingdom, is planning to start sales of used cars.
The huddled masses of the Leahybunker are used to their fair share of incoming but the Avro Lancaster that circled the urban wasteland of Cheshunt recently surprised even them.
Steven Brown, Cheshunt vvNo harmonisation I wouldn't have thought there is much chance of the harmonisation of any rules in world racing if the BHA is going to keep going it alone without consultation with others as it has done with their new rule on remounting.
The British Institute of Karate Organisation held their national event at Cheshunt, London, and a quartet of Huddersfield club's fighters came away with medals.
MIDDLESBROUGH'S Sokudo Karate Club won five medals at the 400-entry Shikon International Karate Open in Cheshunt.
At 5pm last Saturday - after what he described as a "nightmare" performance and defeat at the alreadyrelegated Cheshunt - Rovers seemed doomed.
BROMSGROVE slipped up at already relegated Cheshunt to an 83rd minute effort from sub Liam Farrell.
The Martyrs were beaten 2-1 at home by bottom-of-the-table Cheshunt in the BGB League Premier Division and striker Craig Steins admits the team owe manager Garry Shephard one.