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Synonyms for Chesterfield

suave and witty English statesman remembered mostly for letters to his son (1694-1773)

an overstuffed davenport with upright armrests

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a fitted overcoat with a velvet collar

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You can't miss it - it's a stone's throw from the Crooked Spire, which is another absolute must.
There were more medals at the CrooKed Spire Competition, with Kaye and Byrne TAKING gold in the SKILL 2 Duet section and WyKe and JacKson winning the SKILL 3 Duet title.
Billy Montague, secretary and renowned crooked spire critic - "They must've sacked the roofer on that job
The crooked spire of the Church of St Mary and All Saints in Chesterfield is so well-known it's now the Derbyshire town's symbol and gave the football team its nickname - The Spireites.
Mary's church in the centre, renowned for its crooked spire, the combined result of the warping of its oak timbers, and damp-induced rot where the timber spire sits on the masonry tower.
The Legacy Chesterfeld Hotel in Chesterfeld - famous for its Crooked Spire - allows guests to enjoy long walks and appreciate the stunning Peak District, which was the UK's first national park.
Chesterfield, more famous for its crooked spire than for a middle of the Second Division football team, are on their way to Wembley.
A CHESTERFIELD'S Mary and All Saints Church - aka the Church of the Crooked Spire - was built in the late 13th century and is the largest in Derbyshire.
I learned to drive in Chesterfield, city of the crooked spire, back in the late 1970s.