geographical name city N England in South Yorkshire population 499,700

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  • Sheffield —   [ ʃefiːld], Industriestadt in der Metropolitan County South Yorkshire, England, am Ostrand des Penninischen Gebirges und am Don, 529 000 Einwohner; anglikanischer Bischofssitz; Universität (seit 1905), Universität (seit 1992, ehemaliges… …   Universal-Lexikon

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  • Sheffield — (spr. schéffihld), Stadt in der engl. Grafsch. York (West Riding), am Don, (1905) 440.414 E., St. Peter s Church (14. und 15. Jahrh.); Hauptindustrieort für Metallwaren, bes. Messerschmiedewaren, chirurg., mathem. und optische Instrumente,… …   Kleines Konversations-Lexikon

  • Sheffield — manufacturing city in Yorkshire, noted for cutlery and metalwork since at least 14c. The name is from late O.E. Scafeld Open Land by the River Sheaf, an O.E. river name, from sceath boundary …   Etymology dictionary

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  • Sheffield — For other uses, see Sheffield (disambiguation). City of Sheffield   City Metropolitan borough   Top left …   Wikipedia

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