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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

Watford a town in Hertfordshire, SE England, used with allusion to the view attributed to Londoners that north of the metropolis there is nothing of any significance to English national or cultural life.

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Watford

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