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Definition funny of Hereford:
Supposedly a city, but actually a village on the welsh borders. Everyone is happy there, because the fumes of the Bulmers Cider factory leave everyone in a permanant state of tipsyness. Very bad traffic. Always. Large population of Welsh and Polish people, Herefordians cant understand either of them :P Also famous for Hereford Cattle. A very nice place to be.
herefordian farmer- alright my love? im from hereford! saaf yuppie- yeah hey, where?
Proud home of the Worlds most Elite Special Fordces; The British SAS (Special Air Service).
One would define Hereford in several different ways. There\'s the obvious: Hereford High School, the school in Northern Baltimore County with one of the best agriculture programs in the state. One would also define it as a way of life: taking pride in your state champ football team, your high overall SAT scores, being a Hereford Bull, joing the firehall and leaving class to go on fire calls, going to cattle shows, sleeping in barns on haystacks, smoking during lunch down at Bunker Hill, The Dip, the Bull Run.. the list will forever go on. Hereford is also a way of life: once you\'re here, you\'re lucky to get out.
I live in Hereford, I run The Dip once a week and sleep with my cattle when I have cattle shows.
The most awesome breed of cattle ever. Red coats with white heads, necks, bellies, tail switches, and occasionally feet. Originated in Herefordshire, England. Known for their excellent marbling quality in the meat and docile disposition.
Songs about Hereford:
05 Hereford Hornpipe/Worcester Hornpipe by Tom Hughes from the Album Geared Up
Cotillo, a Suite of Dance Tunes: I. Lord Hereford's Delight by London Symphony Orchestra from the Album Benjamin: Overture to an Italian Comedy; Cotillon, a Suite of Dance Tunes; North American Square Dance Suite; Symphony
Cotillon (arr. W. Silvester): I. Introduction - Lord Hereford's Delight by The College of New Jersey Wind Ensemble from the Album Wind Tableaux
Go Get the Goal (Hereford United) by Don't Kick the Baby from the Album Go Get the Goal - npower League 2
Harry Hetland's Hereford Heaven by Buffalo Bill Boycott from the Album Best of Buffalo Bill
Hereford by Christian Forshaw from the Album Renouncement
Hereford by The Hot Moonbeams from the Album The Hot Moonbeams Break Even
Books about Hereford:
Hereford United (Pictorial History) by Ron Parrott, Richard Prime and John Williamson (Oct 19, 2014)
Hereford Down by Alan Rogers (Oct 14, 2014)
Bell's Cathedrals: The Cathedral Church of Hereford, A Description Of Its Fabric And A Brief History Of The Episcopal... by A. Hugh (Alfred Hugh) Fisher (Mar 30, 2011)
Hereford Crescent (The Snowdrop Mysteries Book 7) by Susan Alexander (Sep 26, 2013)
Hereford Cathedral: A History by Gerald Aylmer and John Tiller (Feb 5, 2003)
Maps of Medieval Thought: The Hereford Paradigm by Naomi Reed Kline (Aug 31, 2012)
Birth of a Breed:The History of Polled Herefords-America's First Beef Breed (1st Edition) by Orville K. Sweet (Jun 1975)
Wiki information Hereford:
Hereford is a cathedral city, civil parish and county town of Herefordshire, England. It lies on the River Wye, approximately 16 miles east of the border with Wales, 24 miles southwest of Worcester, and 23 miles northwest of Gloucester. With a...
Hereford United Football Club is an English association football club based in the city of Hereford. The club currently plays in the Southern League Premier Division, the seventh tier of English football. Founded in 1924, the club was elected to the...