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Watford,

borough and district (1991 pop. 109,503), Hertfordshire, SE England. Watford is mainly residential with many kinds of shops. The city is renowned for its publishing and produces many of England's periodicals. Other industries are engineering, brewing, and chemical manufacture. A technical college and a teacher-training school are in Watford.
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Watford

a town in SE England, in SW Hertfordshire: light industries, services. Pop.: 120 960 (2001)
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The ball was worked to Jonny and he curled an effort wide of Watford's goal inside the opening moments.
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What the managers said Javi Gracia (Watford): "We will respect them a lot.
It was Watford's first win in six attempts and lifted them above Nuno Espirito Santo's men into seventh.
Javi Gracia has masterminded four consecutive wins for Watford - with the 2-1 win over Tottenham a highlight - to put them level on points with table-toppers Liverpool, while United have lost two of their opening games to spark talk of a crisis.
Before the 1984 FA Cup final Watford chairman Elton John walked the length of the pitch to wave at - and applaud - the Everton fans.
At the instigation of the Premier League, the two clubs met for mediation last month with Everton offering to pay Watford PS1 million in compensation, which was rejected.
A LITTLE while back I unleashed a Hornets nest down south when I labelled Watford among top-flight football's pygmy clubs.