Chesterfield


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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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When, however, the dictionary was nearly done, Lord Chesterfield let it be known that he would be pleased to have it dedicated to him.
any King or Queen may make a Lord, but only the Devil himself--and the Graces--can make a Chesterfield.
At the spot where we saw the last of the Dunlop tire it might equally have led to Holdernesse Hall, the stately towers of which rose some miles to our left, or to a low, gray village which lay in front of us and marked the position of the Chesterfield high road.
Then, in the gloom, we saw the two side-lamps of a trap light up in the stable-yard of the inn, and shortly afterwards heard the rattle of hoofs, as it wheeled out into the road and tore off at a furious pace in the direction of Chesterfield.
Reuben Hayes was arrested at Chesterfield, on my information, at eleven o'clock last night.
The man-eatin' Papuans had me once, but they are Chesterfields compared to this crowd.
Chesterfield, on plenty of shortlists for a promotion campaign in League Two, also got off to a flyer with a 2-0 win at Bury.
THE turbulent season at Barry Town took another remarkable twist last night after revelations that manager Gavin Chesterfield was apparently sacked by club owner Stuart Lovering.
JIMMY JUAN scored on his debut to rescue a point for Chesterfield.
JOHN SHERIDAN admitted his Chesterfield side made life difficult for themselves after surviving a late fightback by Shrewsbury.
CHESTERFIELD 1 HEREFORD 2 MARK ALLOTT was the only Chesterfield player to escape criticism from manager John Sheridan as their slide continued.
The honours were shared out more evenly in the boys' events, with only Range and Chesterfield coming away with a double first place success.
CHESTER slipped out of the Johnstones Paint Trophy last night, after playing their part in an end to end thriller with Coca-Cola League One side Chesterfield at Saltergate.
But Henry was denied by an equally impressive stop from Barry Roche, and just a few kicks later, Jody Craddock joined the growing band of shoot-out haters with an effort that comfortably cleared the crossbar and handed Chesterfield their win.
This year is the 800th anniversary of the granting of our Market Charter by King John and to celebrate we are holding our first Chesterfield Markets Festival whichwill run from September 11-19.
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