Middlesex

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From Old English middel +‎ Seaxe, meaning "Middle Saxons".

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Middlesex

  1. A former inland county of England, partly absorbed into the erstwhile County of London in 1889; finally abolished in 1965 and absorbed mainly into Greater London, the south-west corner of the county becoming part of Surrey.

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