Middlesex

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Middlesex,

former county adjoining London, SE England. In 1965 the county was principally reorganized into the Greater London boroughs of Barnet, Brent, Ealing, Enfield, Haringey, Harrow, Hillingdon, Hounslow, and Richmond upon Thames.

Middlesex,

borough (1990 pop. 13,055), Middlesex co., N central N.J.; inc. 1913. The borough has diversified manufacturing industries that include the production of adhesives, plastics, and chemicals.

Middlesex

a former county of SE England: became mostly part of N and W Greater London in 1965
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Prescott's grandfather, Colonel Sir William Prescott, was a man of diverse talents-a barrister, fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, chairman of the Metropolitan Water Board, Grand Deacon of the United Grand Lodge of England, High Sheriff of three counties, chairman of Middlesex County Council, Conservative MP for North Tottenham.
Middlesex County Council ceased around 40 years ago, but Middlesex county (in London) is still there.

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